Pie-in-a-Jar was in our January 2012 Winter shares. Here’s the how-to:
For more than one season.
You give once, but many times;
because, we’ll deliver the Freshest Food
over and over in 2012.
We can also arrange a Christmas hamper of seasonal
Winter produce and local farm products.
We offer downtown bicycle delivery in Kingston Ontario.
Cooler days find me cooking up scandinavian soups such as the parsnip puree – a juurikasviksiakeitto, or root veg puree, pictured above. Adapted from Sundays at Moosewood. I ate it seated with friends, accompanied by fresh baked beet bread and sweet potato hash.
When the first staking of yellow pear toms slowly started to ripen i took this shot. And promptly lost the camera. Found it in the urban shiitake lot yesterevening. Yes! Now lots more cherries are ripe for the picking. Despite the usual string of leaf diseases. Eat up.
Wish you’d signed up for a weekly produce basket? Want to eat the Freshest Food for the rest of the Summer? With our 20 week basket starting this Thursday June 23rd, you can! Get in touch with us now to sign up: Half Share $320-400; Full Share $440-560 > other options available. Basics are similar to our 25 week harvest share – see it