“If he can afford the price of the ticket, the nomad comes and goes with the seasons of his desire."

Tuesday, August 24, 2010



Arriving in our CSA from Big Train Farm this week was the most luscious array of heirlooms- covering the entire spectrum of the rainbow. Although the bounty mainly consisted of deliciously plump tomatoes ranging from purple to yellow, there were a few accompaniments such as Delicata squash, shallots-a-plenty and one amazing looking watermelon. During our summer hiatus we gave up on blogging and put on our thinking caps and oven mitts in order to make full use of the just a few too many pounds of local organic produce we were blessed to have on our table each week.

We know, we know....."but documentation of this would have made for some good blog posts". 
We admit it. There's just no good excuse here. We know next year to get a half share as opposed to a whole so we have time to write.

http://www.golocalprov.com/lifestyle/grow-local-big-train-farm-tomatoes/ (Check out this local write-up discussing the tomatoes we have been blessed with this month!)

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