My first winter CSA delivery

I purchased shares in the Kawartha Ecological Growers‘ CSA (community shared agriculture) this winter.

Our first pick-ups were yesterday. So at about 4:45, I wandered over to Ceili Cottage, and went over to the far side of the bar to see what I had in store.

A number of standard items were part of the list:

  • carrots,
  • potatoes,
  • onions,
  • celeriac,
  • a Hubbard squash,
  • kale,
  • popcorn on the cob, and
  • baby bok choi.

In addition, I could spend up to $25 of money (extra would be carried over to the next pick-up) on a number of optional items. I chose some

  • leeks,
  • garlic,
  • a package of stewing goat, and
  • eggs.

They had a variety of meat items, and some beautiful preserves and jams available, as well as parsnips and other veggies.

I was tempted to start eating things last night, but I wanted to take some pictures of the food first.

Because it’s beautiful food.

Another composition, another treatment, another blog item.

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