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Coffee CSA

As I mentioned in the last post, we recently signed up for the North River Roasters “CSCR” – community-supported coffee roasting.  Basically, we now get coffee on a CSA subscription model. NRR is a local social venture in Poughkeepsie that will eventually … Continue reading

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What’s There to Eat?

The most obvious place to start for figuring out the rules of our localism challenge is food.  First, there are plenty of resources out there about how to maintain a locavore diet.  Second, the Hudson Valley is flush with local agriculture. … Continue reading

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Target Practice

From left to right is homemade pesto, beet-infused vodka, pickles, pickles, pickles, watermelon infused vodka and peach/nectarine puree. Basically, when I can’t cook something, it goes in a jar – one way or another! The pesto is pretty basic. There’s … Continue reading

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How to Deal with Your CSA Share

While I was dealing with some of our CSA bounty today, I thought it would be a good idea to share some of the things we have that help us deal with all of the veggies. Maybe you know about … Continue reading

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CSA Bounty: June 15

I can’t believe this is the third pickup we’ve had from the Poughkeepsie Farm Project CSA! The greens keep coming! This week’s haul brought us: broccoli radicchio rainbow chard kale potatoes beets (and extra beet greens – people don’t want … Continue reading

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CSA Bounty: June 8

This week from the Poughkeepsie Farm Project CSA, we got: broccoli radishes kohlrabi lettuce scallions beets potatoes escarole frisee collards We still hand’t used last week’s broccoli, so I pan-roasted all of it with some olive oil, crushed red pepper, … Continue reading

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CSA Bounty: June 1

We were excited to become members of the Poughkeepsie Farm Project (PFP) when we moved up here. Having the convenience of The Park Slope Food Coop meant that we didn’t participate in CSAs back in Brooklyn and we signed up … Continue reading

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