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CSA Boxed Share 8.4.09

Despite the rainy, depressing weather, yesterday’s box share brightened up my day. Tomatoes are one of my favorite vegetables, so I was stoked when I found two containers of cherry tomatoes, along with regular tomatoes, corn, cabbage, basil, shallots, zucchini, garlic, potatoes and onions.

Now, until my garbage tomato starts bearing fruit—no doubt it’s been delayed by the unseasonably cool summer—I’ll have to make do with these tomatoes. Okay, so after the split with my friend I got some potatoes, shallots, corn, onions, zucchini and of course tomatoes. Sweet!

 

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Sara - August 3, 2009 10:19 PM

Corn? I didn't think the farm even grew corn. Actually this has been the worst farm season so far. We did get squash, tomatoes, eggplant,onions,shallots potatoes,cherry tomatoes,herbs,peppers and flowers. I have more cabbage in the frig than I know what to do with.Same with the squash.

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