Lancaster Farm Fresh CSA Contents

1 Head Green Cabbage – Certified Organic – Windy Hollow Organics
6 Ears Bi-Color Sweet Corn – Organically Grown – Family Cow Farm
3 Red Tomatoes – Certified Organic – Green Valley Organics
1 Bag Yellow Wax Beans – Certified Organic – Countryside Organics
1 Bunch Fresh Yellow Onions – Certified Organic – Crystal Springs Organics
1 Head Cheddar Cauliflower – Certified Organic – Echo Valley Organics
1 Bunch Yellow Chard – Certified Organic – Maple Lawn Organics

This week I found out that corn is one of the most difficult crops to grow organically. I had no idea, but our corn sure was delicious.
And I have a random corn question…How do you eat your corn? Around the cob, or typewriter style? Eric and I have noticed that people from the South eat around the cob, but everyone from the Northeast eats down the cob. It’s kind of weird and fascinating!

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11 Responses to Lancaster Farm Fresh CSA Contents

  1. Allison says:

    is that first picture cheddar cauli? looks awesome. you make veggies look so sexy haha. i eat my corn typewriter style and never miss a single kernel

  2. susan says:

    You don’t like tomatoes?…

  3. I always start eating around the cob, until I get sick of bits in my teeth then I just cut the kernels off with a knife. Lately I’ve been putting corn on the grill and when it’s brown and yummy I squeeze a lime over it and sprinkle with salt and chili powder. toooo good!

  4. tasty moog says:

    lol, i eat it typewriter style and i am from ma.

  5. tasty moog says:

    lately i have been putting fresh chopped basil in my earth balance and slathering that on the corn. yummy!

  6. Kelly says:

    Not gonna lie, all the little wormies in the corn this week freaked me out, despite the warning. I was peeling the corn really slowly and whenever I saw a worm hole in the husk I just hacked that part of the cob off so that I didn’t have to see the inside. What a wimp! It was good though- really delicious raw in a salad :)

  7. Kelly says:

    Oh and I’m from Virginia originally and eat it typewriter style 😉

  8. I eat it around the cob.

    And I was soooooo grossed out by what I found when I was shucking the corn this week. Ugh. This is why I usually buy the corn already shucked! That whole ear of corn went in the garbage!!

  9. Nicole says:

    I’m a life long Pennsylvanian and I eat around the cob, but I believe I used to eat it typewriter style.
    I used my corn this week to make corn stock and a light summery vegan corn chowder, which we’ve been enjoying with just about every meal.

  10. Jessica says:

    Beautiful pics!

    I think I do a weird combo of typewriter & around… I’ll have to pay attention next time! :)

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