Beef Roasts, Leaf Lettuce, Onions, Cauliflower, and More   I can’t believe it is already December.  Where has this year gone! This week we continue to be blessed with unusually mild weather.  There, I said it.  Now we are doomed.  Anyhow, as it stands we continue to have outdoor produce, including cauliflower, broccoli, and bok…

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CSA Package Contents: –       1 half gallon apple cider –       1 quarter peck Mutsu apples –       1 lb nitrate free bacon –       1 dozen eggs –       1.5 lbs white spelt flour –       1 large bok choy –       1 bunch leeks –       1 bag mustard greens –       2 lbs butter, salted or unsalted –       1 pumpkin…

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Next week our delivery schedule is not as usual due to Thanksgiving.  Please double check your pickup times at the links below. West Side Pickup Locations:  http://wp.freshforkmarket.com/thanksgiving-pick-up-locations-west/ East Side Pickup Locations: http://wp.freshforkmarket.com/thanksgiving-pick-up-locations-east/ Also, if you are out of town this week, we do have two options for you: 1) We will have pickups available between 10…

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Whole chicken, Chorizo, Sweet Potatoes, Lettuce and more It’s time for our second winter CSA package.  It IS this week.  The schedule is a little goofy at first to get us on schedule for the holidays.  We have a pickup this week, then off next week, then special delivery times the week of Thanksgiving (we’ll…

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For the first week of the winter CSA package we have have truly a showcase product – a beautiful, well marbled Berkshire Boston Butt Roast (bone-in, shoulder roast).  This tasty roast is between 5 and 6 lbs and great for shredded pork, a crock pot meal, to use in the smoker, or even to make…

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The Summer CSA was again a huge success. Our producers stepped up to the plate to help accommodate more customers, offer a better selection, and more new products. They did just that. I’m still working on tallying up the number of different products, number of producers, and dollars spent with local farmers, but it is…

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