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Organic Entertaining: Community Supported Agriculture May 24, 2010

Filed under: entertaining,organic — Anne @ 9:24 pm

After moving to the West Coast, my husband and I joined a community supported agriculture non-profit and I’m delighted every week by the vegetable and fruit bounty in our share.  Apart from receiving organic, local produce, the share gives us an opportunity to experiment with new recipes and an excuse to entertain friends to explore the veggies together.  That’s why I decided to add posts about entertaining with organic produce to this blog.

Last week, I made the most of an abundance of gigantic fava beans by roasting them in the oven with olive oil, garlic, chili powder, and salt.  The beans were a great snack alternative to peanuts or pretzels. (I’ll need to take a picture and post it here next time I make them!)


One Response to “Organic Entertaining: Community Supported Agriculture”

  1. lacasabloga Says:

    Sounds like a great snack to endulge in! Would love to see the recipe up on your blog.

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