The Springdell Show and Tell proudly presents the 12th and final Springdell Farms Winter CSA share box of the 2014-2015 season. To review in the “Tell” portion of the Springdell Show and Tell, below lists what the share box consisted of, and the different ways we used the items:
- 2 1/2 gallons of skim milk from High Lawn Farm, Lee, MA (Sarah got 1 qt half & half and 1 1/2 gallon low fat milk)
- Mushroom Ragout
- enjoyed as-is
- 1 bunch of radishes
- Maine tomatoes
- 1 bag of mixed mushrooms (buttons and shiitakes)
- russet potatoes
- 1 bunch (plus extra) of flat leaf parsley
- 1 baguette from Nashoba Brook Bakery, (Sarah got a bag of spinach instead)
- 1/2 dozen eggs
- 1 pound of sweet Italian pork sausage
- 1 pound of bacon
- 1 bag of mung bean sprouts from Nature’s Wonder, Whately, MA
- Florida oranges
- 1 bag of spring mix
- In Salads with Our Favorite Raspberry Vinaigrette, cottage cheese and alfalfa sprouts
- Mixed greens salads with sprouts
- 1 box of alfalfa sprouts from Jonathan’s Sprouts, Rochester, MA
- 1 jar of honey (produced by Fred from the hives of local orchards- Fred tends to Springdell’s bees)
To our Fellow Springdellians (and the many others that have joined us over the past few months) we want to say thank you! Thank you for checking this site out, for sharing in the culinary adventure, and for making suggestions and for sharing ideas and inspirations of your own. Most of all, thank you to Springdell and all of our local Farmers for making this delicious fresh, and honest food available to us throughout what was one of the toughest winters going!
For those that have shared in this Winter CSA, we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! For those that have yet to try the Winter CSA, we hope you have been inspired to perhaps consider giving it a try. Now is a great time to sign up for next winter!
Though the Winter CSA has come to an end for the season, the journey is far from over. We will be back tomorrow as we embark on the next chapter of the Springdell Show and Tell here on CSA365! See you then and until tomorrow, sweet and savory dreams!