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Everyone’s a Winner with Mini-Lettuce

2021-04-14T16:50:28+00:00April 14, 2021|

If you only ever shopped at big supermarkets, you might be excused for thinking that there are only a few types of lettuce: iceberg, romaine, green leaf and red leaf. Produce departments with a little more diversity might have Oak or Butter leaf types. Over the years, the market for whole head lettuce has dropped as packaged, washed salad mixes have become popular. But while that has been happening, lettuce breeders have also developed [MORE ...]

Spring Vegetable-Mushroom Quesadillas

2021-04-14T16:42:05+00:00April 14, 2021|

There are all kinds of fun gourmet mushrooms available right now in stores and at farmers markets.  Lately I've been combining asparagus, spring onions, peas and spinach with Trumpet Mushrooms in stir fries and sautes.  The Trumpets have a nice meaty texture and great flavor, without the additional water that many mushrooms produce when cooked.  This makes a good choice for quesadillas or tacos, which can get soggy if the filling has too much [MORE ...]

Box Contents 4/14/21 – 4/16/21

2021-04-12T20:44:36+00:00April 12, 2021|

Here are your tentative weekly CSA contents! We post these every Monday, but please bear in mind the contents may change slightly, as things are always in flux on the farm. The list that Pablito shares in the Wednesday newsletter is what you will actually receive. Happy eating! Small: Arugula, Asparagus, Carrots, Little Gem Lettuce, Mandarins, Snap Peas Medium: Apples, Arugula, Asparagus, Carrots, Little Gem Lettuce, Mandarins, Spring Onions, Snap Peas, English Peas, Spinach, [MORE ...]

April Abundance

2021-04-07T18:09:47+00:00April 7, 2021|

April is always a busy month across the farm fields of California, and Terra Firma is no exception.  It marks the real start of planting season for the summer crops that will fill up our CSA boxes in July, August and September:  Green Beans, Corn, Zucchini, Melons and Watermelons, Peppers and of course Tomatoes. But April is not always a busy harvest month here.  After a very wet winter, April can be a time [MORE ...]

Box Contents 4/7/21-4/9/21

2021-04-05T22:07:05+00:00April 5, 2021|

Here are your tentative weekly CSA contents! We post these every Monday, but please bear in mind the contents may change slightly, as things are always in flux on the farm. The list that Pablito shares in the Wednesday newsletter is what you will actually receive. Happy eating! Small: Asparagus, Cilantro, Green Garlic, Lettuce, Mandarins, Sugar Snap Peas Medium: Asparagus, Carrots, Cilantro, Green Garlic, Lettuce, Mandarins, Sugar Snap Peas, English Peas, Spinach, Meyer Lemons [MORE ...]

Spring Onion Asparagus & Spinach Omelette

2021-03-31T18:07:19+00:00March 31, 2021|

This is an omelette recipe, but you can also cook these vegetables quickly together in the same way and serve them on a simple risotto or polenta.  This recipe is for two large (3 egg) omelettes.  You can prep and cook the vegetables ahead of time if you like. Separate the greens and shank of 1 large or 2 smaller Spring Onions. Trim the base of the shank, remove any tough skin, and then [MORE ...]

Diving Headfirst into April

2021-03-31T17:39:17+00:00March 31, 2021|

Thanks to everyone who answered the survey I posted in last week's newsletter asking about summer vacation.  We got over 250 responses, which is a really great sample size at almost a quarter of our active subscribers.  What we learned is that just about everyone is planning on taking a month's vacation this summer.  So, based on the information we garnered in the survey, we have made the momentous decision to do the same:  [MORE ...]

Box Contents 3/31/21-4/2/21

2021-03-30T14:40:58+00:00March 30, 2021|

Here are your tentative weekly CSA contents! We post these every Monday, but please bear in mind the contents may change slightly, as things are always in flux on the farm. The list that Pablito shares in the Wednesday newsletter is what you will actually receive. Happy eating! Small: Asparagus, Carrots, Lettuce, Navel Oranges, Spinach, Squash Medium: Asparagus, Carrots, Lettuce, Spring Onions, Navel Oranges, Spinach, Squash Large: Apples, Asparagus, Carrots, Lettuce, Spring Onions, Navel [MORE ...]

Cabbage Slaw with Ginger-Peanut Dressing

2021-03-24T17:03:04+00:00March 24, 2021|

Marinated, thinly sliced Spring Onions add a fruity bite to this workhorse recipe.  You can add all kinds of elements to this salad, including cooked protein; edamame or peas; sliced or julienned raw or grilled asparagus; and/or fresh herbs. Clean 1 Spring Onion and then separate the stalk from the leaves.  Slice the stalk in half lengthwise if it's bigger than your thumb, then thinly slice to make 1/2 C.  Marinate in the juice [MORE ...]

Summer Vacation 2021?

2021-03-24T17:05:14+00:00March 24, 2021|

Now that last week's blustery storm is just a distant memory, 2021 seems to have turned the seasonal page on winter just as the calendar announces the start of Spring.  People are doing their best Puxatawney Phil impressions: poking their heads outside, blinking their eyes, and venturing out into the warmer weather to enjoy a few activities outdoors. Asparagus is the groundhog of the vegetable world.  After going into hibernation with the first fall [MORE ...]

Box Contents 3/24/21-3/26/21

2021-03-23T14:58:06+00:00March 23, 2021|

Here are your tentative weekly CSA contents! We post these every Monday, but please bear in mind the contents may change slightly, as things are always in flux on the farm. The list that Pablito shares in the Wednesday newsletter is what you will actually receive. Happy eating! Small: Asparagus, Carrots, Lettuce, Spring Onions, Navel Oranges, Spinach, Green Cabbage Medium: Asparagus, Carrots, Lettuce, Spring Onions, Navel Oranges, Spinach, Green Garlic, Green Cabbage Large: Asparagus, [MORE ...]

Leek, Sweet Potato, and Lemon Gratin

2021-03-17T18:00:20+00:00March 17, 2021|

Several years ago, I found a recipe by Mark Bittman where he roasted thinly sliced whole lemons along with leeks and chicken thighs.  I was skeptical, but I tried it.  The lemon peels caramelize as they roast, while also slow-releasing their juices to be absorbed slowly by the vegetables.  The result is amazing.  Just remember to remove all the seeds from the lemons, as those will retain their intense, unpleasant bitterness. This recipe substitutes [MORE ...]

Contact Tracing for Weeds

2021-03-17T17:41:08+00:00March 17, 2021|

Walking through Terra Firma's field of Snap and English peas, all you can see is lush vegetation and an abundance of white flowers -- exactly what a farmer wants to see. But bend down to inspect the just-forming pea-pods, and you see something else. There, underneath the canopy, is a sprawling weed, growing almost flat on the ground. It has sprouted and grown up directly under the pea plants, and like them, it is [MORE ...]

Box Contents 3/17/21-3/19/21

2021-03-15T20:22:44+00:00March 15, 2021|

Here are your tentative weekly CSA contents! We post these every Monday, but please bear in mind the contents may change slightly, as things are always in flux on the farm. The list that Pablito shares in the Wednesday newsletter is what you will actually receive. Happy eating! Small: Apples, Broccoli, Carrots, Leeks, Lettuce, Navel Oranges, Sweet Potatoes Medium: Apples, Carrots, Leeks, Lettuce, Spring Onions,  Navel Oranges, Sweet Potatoes, Spinach, Meyer Lemons Large: Apples, [MORE ...]

The 2021 Garlic Season starts today

2021-03-10T20:16:31+00:00March 10, 2021|

We have always grown garlic at Terra Firma, even before our farm received its name. Garlic grows all over the world, and is fairly ubiquitous among international cuisines. There are varieties that grow better in areas with very cold winters, and others that thrive in the tropics.  For us at Terra Firma, Garlic is an "overwintering" crop, planted in the fall and harvested right at the start of summer. Garlic doesn't produce seeds like [MORE ...]

Gratineed Green Garlic & Leek Soup

2021-03-10T18:54:04+00:00March 10, 2021|

A perfect recipe for a cold, stormy night this is chock full of flavorful leeks (or spring onions) and green garlic, topped with melted cheese and crunchy bread.  Make sure to use oven-proof bowls, and take care when serving as they will be very hot! Trim the roots off 1 bunch of Green Garlic, and remove any outer layer that is soft or browning.  Check the plants for dirt and wash between the leaves [MORE ...]

Box Contents 3/10/21 – 3/12/21

2021-03-08T21:25:52+00:00March 8, 2021|

Here are your tentative weekly CSA contents! We post these every Monday, but please bear in mind the contents may change slightly, as things are always in flux on the farm. The list that Pablito shares in the Wednesday newsletter is what you will actually receive. Happy eating! Small: Carrots, Green Garlic, Lettuce, Spring Onions, Spinach, Navel Oranges, Radish Medium: Carrots, Green Garlic, Oro Blanco Grapefruit, Leeks, Lettuce, Spring Onions, Spinach, Navel Oranges, Radish [MORE ...]

Spring Gets a Headstart in 2021

2021-03-03T18:59:21+00:00March 3, 2021|

There is always something to do at Terra Firma if it's not raining, and we all know it hasn't been raining much this winter.  So we've been busy and the farm is already getting pretty "full". From April through October, you could say our farm planting schedule is written in stone.  It is very rare that we miss a planting of any of our crops during the dry season.  But from November through March, [MORE ...]

Beet Napoleons with Goat Cheese and Leeks

2021-03-04T17:08:39+00:00March 3, 2021|

This simple but labor-intensive recipe makes a good household or family project.  The beets get infused with citrus flavors and combined with creamy chevre.  It's a gorgeous appetizer but also makes a nice lunch if served with a side-salad and some bread.  Most recipes have you cut the beets in identical shapes with a cookie cutter, but I just make the Napoleons different sizes depending on the size of the Beet slices. Even if [MORE ...]

Box Contents 3/3/21 – 3/5/21

2021-03-01T20:47:42+00:00March 1, 2021|

Box Contents 3/3/21 – 3/5/21 Here are your tentative weekly CSA contents! We post these every Monday, but please bear in mind the contents may change slightly, as things are always in flux on the farm. The list that Pablito shares in the Wednesday newsletter is what you will actually receive. Happy eating! Small: Apples, Beets, Carrots, Leeks, Lettuce, Meyer Lemons,  Navel Oranges, Butternut Squash Medium: Beets, Broccoli, Carrots, Leeks, Lettuce, Meyer Lemons, Spring [MORE ...]

Sweet Potato-Black Bean Tacos with Cabbage Slaw

2021-02-24T19:11:24+00:00February 24, 2021|

This is a fast, filling and nutritious meal for the whole household.  Roast the sweet potatoes with a spicy rub, then combine with black beans and top with the citrusy slaw.  You can use canned black beans for this recipe in a pinch, or soak and cook your own from scratch. Heat the oven to 400. In a bowl, mix together 1 t. chili powder, 1/2 t. garlic powder, and 1/2 t. cumin powder [MORE ...]

It’s Been a Long Year…

2021-02-24T18:23:35+00:00February 24, 2021|

When Covid 19 arrived in California around this time last year, our local area was the epicenter for a brief moment, with infected passengers from cruise ships in Asia disembarking at Travis Airforce Base causing a small outbreak at the hospital where they were taken.  For the rest of the year, the virus pretty much left Terra Firma alone.  Despite dire warnings, there were very few cases among agricultural workers in Yolo and Solano [MORE ...]

Box Contents 2/24/21 – 2/26/21

2021-02-22T19:44:28+00:00February 22, 2021|

Box Contents 2/24/21 – 2/26/21 Here are your tentative weekly CSA contents! We post these every Monday, but please bear in mind the contents may change slightly, as things are always in flux on the farm. The list that Pablito shares in the Wednesday newsletter is what you will actually receive. Happy eating! Small: Cabbage, Carrots, Red Butter Lettuce, Mandarins, Navel Oranges, Sweet Potatoes, Baby Spinach. Medium: Cabbage, Carrots, Leeks, Meyer Lemons, Red Butter [MORE ...]

Butternut Bread with Lemon Icing

2021-02-17T18:14:45+00:00February 17, 2021|

No need to make Banana Bread when you've got a Butternut Squash in your box.  You can also use this batter to make muffins if you prefer single-serving sized portions.  This recipe is healthy enough to serve with breakfast (maybe without the icing), but fancy enough to serve after dinner. Cut one Butternut Squash and place face down on a baking sheet. (Covering the sheet with parchment paper will save on clean-up time later).  [MORE ...]

A Texas-Sized Message on Climate Change and Agriculture

2021-02-17T17:58:36+00:00February 17, 2021|

Just a few months ago during the historic heatwave that gripped our state, I remember reading that officials at the Independent System Operator (ISO) that controls the power grid in California had "never foreseen" such massive electricity demand. "Historically", coastal regions never experienced extreme heat at the same time as inland areas. The geographical extent of the heat, combined with the reduction in output from solar panels due to wildfire smoke, led to extensive [MORE ...]

Box Contents 2/17/21-2/19/21

2021-02-15T19:49:55+00:00February 15, 2021|

Box Contents 2/17/21 – 2/19/21 Here are your tentative weekly CSA contents! We post these every Monday, but please bear in mind the contents may change slightly, as things are always in flux on the farm. The list that Pablito shares in the Wednesday newsletter is what you will actually receive. Happy eating! Small: Broccoli, Carrots,Leeks, Meyer Lemons, Mandarins, Red Butter Lettuce, Butternut Squash Medium: Broccoli, Carrots, Melogold Grapefruit, Kale, Leeks, Meyer Lemons, Mandarins, [MORE ...]

Brocamole

2021-02-10T17:40:35+00:00February 10, 2021|

Posting this a week too late to make the Superbowl, but it is a healthy and very tasty Dip to keep in your fridge for snacktime.  Terra Firma Carrots and Watermelon Radishes make great appurtenances for scooping it up and into your mouth.  To make it Vegan/Dairy free, eliminate the yogurt, double the amount of avocado, and add lemon juice to taste. Cut up broccoli florets and peeled stems to make 1 C.  Place [MORE ...]

Got to Run, the Spinach just Emailed me

2021-02-10T17:05:08+00:00February 10, 2021|

With travel and holiday gatherings out of the picture, I got to spend a chunk of time earlier this winter with my nose in a book and my feet up next to the woodstove.  One book I read was a science fiction novel about a planet where -- you'll have to bear with me here  -- certain insects were infected with a human-created nanovirus that allowed them to evolve over a thousand years into [MORE ...]

Box Contents 2/10/21 – 2/12/21

2021-02-08T22:26:37+00:00February 8, 2021|

Box Contents 2/10/21 – 2/12/21 Here are your tentative weekly CSA contents! We post these every Monday, but please bear in mind the contents may change slightly, as things are always in flux on the farm. The list that Pablito shares in the Wednesday newsletter is what you will actually receive. Happy eating! Small: Broccoli, Carrots, Kale,  Meyer Lemons, Navel Oranges, Lettuce, Red Spring Onions Medium: Apples, Broccoli, Carrots,  Cilantro, Rainbow Chard,  Meyer Lemons, [MORE ...]

Vegetarian Soft-Tofu Jjigae

2021-02-03T17:59:56+00:00February 3, 2021|

This is a traditional Korean soup that can be made with a variety of ingredients but relies on Kim Chi and Radish for its basic flavor. It calls for a few specialized ingredients -- they can all be found at most natural foods retailers now but also in specialty Asian food stores.   Make the broth:  Heat 4 C. water in a pot.  Add 3-4 dried shitake or other wild mushrooms, the washed leaves from [MORE ...]

Mid-Winter Update

2021-02-03T17:23:47+00:00February 3, 2021|

Every season offers its own particular challenges at our farm.  Some are new while others are familiar.  Each of them ends up affecting the contents of your box eventually.  Winter is no exception. In past years, we have had hard freezes in December that killed or damaged any number of our crops in the field, including one year where we lost the mandarin crop halfway through harvest, but not the rest of the citrus.  [MORE ...]

Box Contents 2/3/21 – 2/5/21

2021-02-01T22:09:31+00:00February 1, 2021|

Box Contents 2/3/21 - 2/5/21 Here are your tentative weekly CSA contents! We post these every Monday, but please bear in mind the contents may change slightly, as things are always in flux on the farm. The list that Pablito shares in the Wednesday newsletter is what you will actually receive. Happy eating! Small: Cabbage, Carrots, Rainbow Chard, Meyer Lemons, Little Gem Lettuce, Sweet Potatoes, Navel Oranges, Radish Medium: Cabbage, Carrots, Kale, Leeks, Meyer [MORE ...]

The OSHA/Covid Conundrum

2021-01-27T19:29:49+00:00January 27, 2021|

We're approaching the one year anniversary of the first time that most of us ever heard the term "Covid-19". Like many of you, I have spent probably hundreds of hours "doom scrolling" through media coverage of the virus and the pandemic. I consider myself fairly well-educated about it. But I have always been concerned that this virus was simply too difficult to understand, even for a college-educated, science-oriented person like myself. And it hasn't [MORE ...]

Box Contents 1/27/21 – 1/29/21

2021-01-25T21:44:32+00:00January 25, 2021|

Box Contents 1/27/21 - 1/29/21 Here are your tentative weekly CSA contents! We post these every Monday, but please bear in mind the contents may change slightly, as things are always in flux on the farm. The list that Pablito shares in the Wednesday newsletter is what you will actually receive. Happy eating! Small: Red Beets, Carrots, Cilantro, Leeks, Little Gem Lettuce, Mandarins, Apples, Winter Squash Medium: Red Beets, Carrots, Rainbow Chard, Leeks, Meyer [MORE ...]

Resetting the Immigration Debate

2021-01-20T18:19:17+00:00January 20, 2021|

By the time you read this, we will have a new President.  And in a break from the policies of his predecessor our new President Joe Biden today is announcing proposed legislation to provide a path to citizenship for millions of undocumented immigrants currently in the U.S.  Many, if not most, are now and have always been "essential workers".  In particular, they feed our country:  tend, harvest and process our crops.  They prepare our [MORE ...]

Cooking Basics: Mirapoix

2021-01-20T18:17:54+00:00January 20, 2021|

With TFF's last Celery of the winter season in your boxes today, it's your last chance to make an all-TFF Mirapoix.  This vegetable medley is not a dish on its own, but rather is an essential part of hundreds of soups and stews, a preparation of aromatic vegetables that provides a solid foundation for the rest of the ingredients.  It takes some time to make it properly, as the vegetables must be sauteed together [MORE ...]

Box Contents 1/20/21-1/22/21

2021-01-19T02:41:57+00:00January 18, 2021|

Box Contents 1/20/21-1/22/21 Here are your tentative weekly CSA contents! We post these every Monday, but please bear in mind the contents may change slightly, as things are always in flux on the farm. The list that Pablito shares in the Wednesday newsletter is what you will actually receive. Happy eating! Small: Carrots, Celery, Leeks, Meyer Lemons, Navel Oranges, Spinach,   Lettuce, Medium: Carrots, Celery, Dino Kale, Leeks, Meyer Lemons, Navel Oranges, Potatoes, Spinach, Lettuce, [MORE ...]

Spinach and Lentil Saute

2021-01-13T19:03:38+00:00January 13, 2021|

This is a delicious, quick and filling dinner.  This recipe is minimally spiced, but it can easily be modified by into an Indian Curry by adding more spices, or into a soup by adding more broth. Clean and dice 1 or 2 Leeks to make 2 C.  Rinse 2-3 carrots and dice.  Mince 2 cloves of garlic. Soak 1/2 lb. of Spinach leaves in a bath of cold water.  Drain and repeat until the [MORE ...]

Some Positive News this Week

2021-01-13T18:41:39+00:00January 13, 2021|

Amidst all the bad news we've had since the start of 2021, I thought it might highlight a few positive trends that are unlikely to see much coverage in the press or on social media. First and foremost:  the vast majority of workers on farms in California got almost an 8% raise this year.  That the third raise in three years of more than 5%.  This raise is due mostly to California's annual mandated [MORE ...]

Box Contents 1/13/21-1/15/21

2021-01-11T21:13:28+00:00January 11, 2021|

Here are your tentative weekly CSA contents! We post these every Monday, but please bear in mind the contents may change slightly, as things are always in flux on the farm. The list that Pablito shares in the Wednesday newsletter is what you will actually receive. Happy eating! Small: Broccoli, Carrots, Lettuce, Mandarins, Spinach,  Sweet Potatoes, Navel Oranges Medium: Broccoli, Carrots, Leeks, Lettuce, Meyer Lemons, Mandarins, Dino Kale, Spinach, Sweet Potatoes Large: Broccoli, Carrots, [MORE ...]

Lettuce Rolls with Tofu

2021-01-06T19:02:55+00:00January 6, 2021|

This recipe is a "mix and match", "assemble yourself" project that makes for a fun vegetarian/vegan family appetizer or a full meal for two people. Break one 12 oz. block of extra firm tofu into "crumbles".  Season with 1 T. soy sauce and 1 t. sesame oil or hot chili oil and let sit for half an hour. Clean 1 leek and thinly slice it in rounds. Prepare the sides: Using a very sharp [MORE ...]

Losing a Local Hero

2021-01-06T18:18:27+00:00January 6, 2021|

2020 was a year of enormous loss and tragedy for our country.  In December, we lost a local and state hero, lifetime farming advocate, and TFF subscriber:  Richard Rominger.  Rich was a Winters farmer who became a leader representing California agriculture first as State Secretary of Agriculture during Jerry Brown's first term, and then later at the federal level as a Deputy Secretary of Agriculture under Bill Clinton.  Later in his life, he became [MORE ...]

Box Contents 1/6/21-1/8/21

2021-01-04T21:29:37+00:00January 4, 2021|

Here are your tentative weekly CSA contents! We post these every Monday, but please bear in mind the contents may change slightly, as things are always in flux on the farm. The list that Pablito shares in the Wednesday newsletter is what you will actually receive. Happy eating! Small: Broccoli, Carrots, Leeks, Lettuce, Meyer Lemons, Mandarins, Watermelon Radish, Spinach Medium: Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Leeks, Lettuce, Meyer Lemons, Mandarins, Watermelon Radish, Spinach, Butternut Squash Large: [MORE ...]

A Different Kind of Holiday Season

2020-12-22T17:58:12+00:00December 22, 2020|

For most people, the 2020 holiday season is playing out very differently than it does most years. Thousands of people -- whether patients or providers -- will be spending it in crowded hospitals away from their loved ones. Many others are out of work, struggling to pay the rent. Most people have drastically altered their normal plans for festivities and get-togethers, and will have to make due with gifts sent by mail, phone calls, [MORE ...]

Box Contents 12/22/2020-12/24/2020

2020-12-21T23:00:16+00:00December 21, 2020|

Here are your tentative weekly CSA contents! We post these every Monday, but please bear in mind the contents may change slightly, as things are always in flux on the farm. The list that Pablito shares in the Wednesday newsletter is what you will actually receive. Happy eating! Small: Broccoli, Carrots, Celery,  Meyer Lemons, Mandarins, Potato, Spinach Medium: Broccoli, Carrots, Celery, Leeks, Meyer Lemons, Mandarins, Pomegranate, Potato, Little Gem Lettuce, Spinach Large: Broccoli, Cabbage, [MORE ...]

Spaghetti Squash with Spinach & Beet Greens

2020-12-16T18:48:29+00:00December 16, 2020|

This recipe tosses Spaghetti Squash with a flavorful and juicy sauteed greens. Cut one Spaghetti Squash in half the short way.  Scoop out the seeds and seed pulp and discard.  Stand the two halves cut-side down on a baking sheet.  Bake at 350 until they are very tender. Remove the squash and allow to cool. Meanwhile, soak 1/2 lb. of spinach and the greens from 1 bunch of beets, stems removed. (If you want [MORE ...]

When will Farmworkers get the vaccine?

2020-12-16T21:24:14+00:00December 16, 2020|

The big news this week may have been the delivery of the first Covid vaccines, but we were also excited to get our first real rain at the farm. The rain wasn't much -- just over an inch -- but it was enough to settle the deep dust, clear the air, and provide sufficient water that we were able to turn off our irrigation pumps for the first time since March. This is the [MORE ...]

Box Contents 12/16/2020-12/18/2020

2020-12-15T15:59:52+00:00December 15, 2020|

Here are your tentative weekly CSA contents! We post these every Monday, but please bear in mind the contents may change slightly, as things are always in flux on the farm. The list that Pablito shares in the Wednesday newsletter is what you will actually receive. Happy eating! Small: Broccoli, Carrots, Leeks, Baby Lettuce, Mandarins, Spaghetti Squash, Sweet Potatoes Medium: Broccoli, Carrots, Leeks, Meyer Lemons, Baby Lettuce, Mandarins, Spinach, Spaghetti Squash, Sweet Potatoes, Red [MORE ...]

CSA Holiday Announcements

2020-12-11T20:59:33+00:00December 11, 2020|

Holiday Delivery Schedule Week of Christmas: Tuesday 12/22 - Pickup for Friday CSA members Wednesday 12/23 - Normal pickup for Wednesday CSA members Thursday 12/24 - Normal pickup for Thursday CSA members Week of New Year's: No CSA box deliveries (Wed 12/30, Thu 12/31, Fri 1/1) Your box will automatically be put on hold for this week. CSA deliveries will resume as normal on Wednesday, January 6th. CSA Store Orders: Do not order through [MORE ...]

Countdown to 2021: Important Schedule Update

2020-12-09T19:00:50+00:00December 9, 2020|

There's just a few weeks left in 2020, and I think we're all looking forward to giving it a shove out the door and into history. With most TFF subscribers and employees telling us they are planning on sheltering-in-place for the year-end holidays, we are cutting our annual "vacation" back by a week. We'll be taking just one week off from deliveries this year: the week of Dec. 28th. We will be making just [MORE ...]

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