It’s finally here. The last CSA delivery of the year.

The one that makes me realize that wow–I’ve had it easy for the last six months. I’ve had fresh, seasonal produce brought to me and I haven’t had to think about it. All I had to do was decide what to make for dinner. For the next six months, I’ll have the opposite problem. Opening up an empty fridge or running to the grocery store with no ideas in mind, buying up random bits here and there with no specific plan, then trying to fit it all together.

CSA Series {Week 25} | Things I Made Today

So I’m planning on making the best of the last CSA. And if only I didn’t spend the entire weekend sick, I would have already made a dent in some of this list. Here’s to a full recovery by tomorrow.

Mixed Greens


Purple Top Turnip



Beauty Heart Radish

Green Cabbage

Red Cabbage

Butternut Squash

Russet Potatoes


  • 12 / 18 / 17 / 9:21 am

    You can stay seasonal by going to the Dane County Late Winter Market at the Madison Senior Center on Saturdays from January 6 to April 7, 8am -12 N.

    writes Deborah DeaconReply
    • 12 / 18 / 17 / 11:14 am

      So true, and I usually try to! Thanks for the reminder :)

      writes VickyReply

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