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awesome CSA cookbook/resource!!!!

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I just got this awesome book. hopefully it will help with all the exciting things I’ll get and need to eat from the CSA.

it’s called –
From Asparagus to Zucchini: A Guide to Cooking Farm-Fresh, Seasonal Produce and it gets rave reviews for being the most essential tool for anyone who belongs to a CSA. you can get it directly from those that made the book.
visit them at
it’s super easy to order the book from their site, it links to paypal.

it took about 2 weeks to arrive. it is just outstanding. it has great resources in it. starts with great articles/excerpts regarding CSA’s, eating locally and seasonally, etc. then each section is a different veggie or herb. when you get to a section, it lists the item, info about it, cooking tips, storage tips and then recipes. in the back is info about food preservation, farmers markets and tons of great resource listings.


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  1. I love this cookbook! My sister in law gave it to me for my birthday last year, and it has been a terrific resource. Every recipe I’ve tried so far has tasted great, though I have had a problem or two with execution.

    Thanks for your blog. I made a Waldorf salad with goat cheese dressing for dinner tonight along with the Kohlrabi Cakes with Minted Yogurt from A to Z. The Cakes were more like a hash, but it still tasted great. Look forward to reading more!

    • Hi Elise, so glad you have the book and love it too! I definitely am going to try those kohlrabi cakes next time I come across some kohlrabi. glad you like the waldorf salad!!! I so love fruit in green salads


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