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What’s in a December CSA?

December 8, 2011

This is the last month of the CSA for this year.  I am amazed at the variety of vegetables that continues even into December!  You can track what was received each month in my Summer Full Share and Fall Half Share for June, July, August, September, October and November.

Here is what we have this week from Lancaster Farm Fresh:

Thursday, December 8 – Full Share 

1 Bag Purple Top Turnips – Certified Organic – Autumn Blend Organics
1 Head Green Butterhead Lettuce – Certified Organic – Coyote Run Organics
1 Bulb Celeriac – Certified Organic – Farmdale Organics
1 Bunch Lacinato Kale – Certified Organic – Farmdale Organics
1 Head Red Romaine Lettuce – Certified Organic – Healthy Harvest Organics
1 Bunch Spinach – Certified Organic – Liberty Acres
1 Bag Tatsoi with Chickweed – Certified Organic – Riverview Organics
2 Leeks – Certified Organic – Soaring Eagle Acres
1 Bag Jerusalem Artichokes – Certified Organic – Lee’s Organics
1 Bag Rutabagas – Certified Organic – White Swan Acres
1 Bag Carrots – Certified Organic – Elm Tree Organics

Thursday, December 8 – Half Share 

1 Head Red Cabbage – Certified Organic – Coyote Run Organics
1 Bunch Lacinato Kale – Certified Organic – Coyote Run Organics
1 Bag Green Butterhead Lettuce – Certified Organic – Coyote Run Organics
1 Bulb Celeriac – Certified Organic – Farmdale Organics
1 Bag Red and Green Mustard – Certified Organic – Maple Lawn Organics
1 Bag Jerusalem Artichokes OR 1 Bag Bok Choy Hearts – Certified Organic – Lee’s Organics or Scarecrow Hill Farm
2 Small Butternut Squash – Certified Organic – Hillside Organics
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