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CSA 2016: Week 17

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A view from 63rd Street Farm!

Cure Organic Farm – Week 17

Corn, Tomatoes, Cherry Tomatoes, Peppers, Cucumber, Scallions (or are they baby leeks?), Carrots, Kale
Corn, Tomatoes, Cherry Tomatoes, Peppers, Cucumber, Scallions (or are they baby leeks?), Carrots, Kale

63rd Street Farm – Week 17

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Head Lettuce, Spicy Greens, Kale, Radishes, Scallions, Cayenne, Sweet Peppers, Anaheim Pepper, Cucumber, Cilantro, Tomatoes

What I’ve Eaten

  • SautΓ©ed Kale with fish sauce. I have had this for breakfast every day since I listened to the breakfast episode of Gastropod, a science/history focused food blog, and I’ve been looking forward to making this each and every morning. I’ve been struggling with eating all the kale/dark leafy greens from my shares and have resorted to freezing a large amount of the kale. No longer!
  • Fried potatoes. To compliment the kale!
  • Last of the fennel soup from a few weeks back.
  • Tomatoes on toast. For second breakfast.
  • Finished up the veggie stir fry.
  • Salads with lettuce, peppers, carrots and beets.
  • And, of course, salsa. Because it’s one of my favorite snack foods πŸ™‚

The ‘rents were back in town on Friday after trekking through five sates. Friday night we headed up to Longmont Oktoberfest!

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There were large trees,

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delicious soup,

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and lots of people. Lots and lots of people. The Wailers played that night and by the time we left you could not even attempt to get close to the stage!

After enjoying various brews we set off to find dessert and happened upon this giant Twix bar.

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No one needs that. That’s crazy.

On Sunday the B’s and I headed out for a fall foliage ride with the hope of enjoying some lovely views along Guanella pass. Clearly everyone and their mother, and their mother-in-law and their cousin’s wife’s best friend, had the same idea. It was like RMNP on fee-free day. But the views and foliage were still delightful. On the other side of the pass we found a small brewery in Bailey, CO (elv. 7,739 ft) and since they had outdoor, puppy-friendly seating, we stopped to enjoy a local beer. And this was the only picture I ended up taking that day; I’m not sad about it πŸ™‚

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Taking a break at Mad Jack’s Mountain Brewery.

Perhaps Brian can share his fall pictures this week.

-Lyndsy

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