Lancaster Farm Fresh CSA Week 15

Another week, another CSA pick up. We got a few things I had never heard of, which is always exciting!

2 Red Bell Peppers – Certified Organic – Maple Arch Farm

1 Bunch Tatsoi – Certified Organic – Hillside Organics

2 Heads Baby Bok Choy – Certified Organic – Millwood Springs Organics

6 Ears Sweet Corn – Certified Organic – Pine Hill Organics

1 Bag Hungarian Peppers – Certified Organic – Soaring Eagle Acres

1 Bag Sweet Onions – Certified Organic – Soaring Eagle Acres

1 Squash – Certified Organic – Autumn Blend Organics

Hungarian peppers and tasoi? Those were two I had never heard of. The peppers seems to be similar to banana peppers, but with more flavor. Tatsoi is a member of the brassica family and from what I have read it tastes like a milder version of mustard greens.

Monthly Wrap Up
This also marks the end of August. I hate to say it, but I am kind of happy to see summer go. It was way too hot to even enjoy most of the days, and from what I have read Philly had the hottest summer on record. Coldest winter then hottest summer? What have I gotten myself in to…

For me, Lauren, August was definitely an interesting month. I made some pretty life changing goals which I hope to talk about in the next few days. On the workout front I had an awesome month and I ran OVER 100 MILES! I really can’t believe that I broke the 100 miler barrier. I recently added up all my monthly totals and I never even got close in previous months. The half marathon is in 3 weeks and I am still feeling strong, especially after my 15 miler this past weekend.

Eric had a great cycling month as well. He successfully rode his bike to work every day, a first! His monthly mileage totaled over 670. Maybe he can break 1,000 miles next month?

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7 Responses to Lancaster Farm Fresh CSA Week 15

  1. beautiful produce as always!
    That is so cool that you ran over 100 miles last month!! It makes the 2 miles I ran yesterday seem so lame :)
    I really admire runners- I feel like half of it must be just getting motivated to DO it! Really cool about Eric’s month in cycling, too! I haven’t ridden (?) my bike since I moved to IL- I need to get with it!

  2. Scargosun says:

    We got these really colorful and cute baby red, yellow and green peppers in ours and I am not sure exactly what to do with them. :)

  3. mihl says:

    Hungarian peppers are very common here in Germany. They come in yellow and red. Funny that those are called Hungarian peppers in English – there are hundreds of different peppers in Hungary. They make awesome stuffed peppers!

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