IMPORTANT - Check the checklist every time you pick up: Even if you know that you are supposed to be getting something, it is very important for you to find your name on the checklist and confirm that we sent that item for you. This helps find and prevent mistakes. Call the farm right away if something is isn't right. This community commitment helps keep things running smoothly.
Online Farm store:
Our farm store is now open. Take a look each week to see what is available. New items will be added each Thursday. I expect cherries to become available very soon.
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Braise Farm Dinner:
You can still buy your tickets for the
Braise farm dinner out here at
LotFotL Community Farm this Saturday, July 16th. Come eat A 4 course dinner on the farm with veggies, honey bees, pigs, flowers, weeds, farm cats and more...Ohh and of course the farmer will be there too! To order tickets
We want to make sure that our kids know about the farm too. Find fun pictures, games, stories, or color pages for kids.
Use this NEW link to schedule your vacation hold. Click Here. Or you can find a link on the CSA tab on our website.
Flavor Cycle CSA share delivery service: Call
Flavor Cycle to learn more about having your share delivered via bicycle courier. This is an as needed service provided by Flavor cycle. Prices and availability will vary. Call
Forgotten Shares Policy: The farm is not in a position to replace forgotten shares. Sometimes, if you call in time, you get lucky and your share can be saved.
You can find your site's contact information when you sign into your account page or on our website .
Website Delivery Calendar: This calendar keeps track of delivery dates for each subscription. Click here or visit www.lotfotl.com.
For more recipes for all of your veggies, check out our Pinterest page.
Recipe Free Cooking Tips
After years of eating out of a CSA box, I have found that learning how to alter or cook without a recipe can be really handy. This video has a couple of great tips for soup making.
Making Minestrone Soup- No recipe included!
Not only is chard giving, it's forgiving too. It's much more heat-resistant than spinach, grows well under most weather and soil conditions, and is disease resistant and bug resistant too. After harvesting, the inner leaves come back quickly.
Tender young chard leaves can be eaten raw, adding a beet-like flavor to salads and sandwiches. Larger stalks and leaves can be blanched in boiling water, or sauteed up in a matter of minutes. Toss the cooked chard into pasta with olive oil and garlic, add to omelets and frittatas, or use instead of spinach in your favorite recipe. Check out this delicious
recipe for crust free chard spanakopita.
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