Final CSA Pick–up for the year

It was a sad day today when I realized that it was my last CSA pick up at the Ann Arbor Farmer’s Market. I’ve been pleased with my experience with the Our Family Farm, LLC Community Supported Agriculture program. I haven’t been able to eat all of the food in a timely fashion, but I like the fact that I know exactly how many people have handled my food.

I’ve been planning a big wrap-up post to summarize my experience and draw conclusions if it was good value for money. Watch for that post. I’m sure that you are all thrilled that I have to stop making lists of food and actually blog about something meaningful instead. 😉

Anyhow, here’s my last take.

1- 1 dozen eggs
2- 1 sweet lightning squash
3- 1 butternut squash
4- 2 decorative gourds
5- 1 head of lettuce
6- 1 baggie of arugula
7- 2 ears of decorative Indian corn
8- 10+ radishes
9- 4 carrots
10- 1 bunch of curly kale
11- 1 bok choi
12- 1 giant stalk of Brussels sprouts
13- 2 apples leftover from a Halloween party (not kidding here!)
14- 1 cabbage
15- 2 crowns of broccolli
16- 1 quart of potatoes
17- 1 bunch of turnips

I think that’s all of it. I’m not sure though. I did pass over an additional two decorative pumpkins.