CSA Haul: 2010-10-31

New this week: local free-range hen, purple-topped turnips, broccoli, beets.

 

District-specific 2010 elected offices & incumbents for DeKalb, Georgia

DeKalb County sealFirst, get your own, personalized ballot for this election on Tuesday, November 2!

Second, peruse the research below for places to research the contested races and ballot questions which depend on WHERE YOU LIVE in DeKalb County, GA.

Third, if you're interested, I also wrote a detailed blog post on election research tools, as well-as a post like this one for county-wide elected offices.

Finally, please let me know if I've missed any district-specific elected offices, or if you have any good resources for these races (videos of debates, etc.).

County-wide 2010 elected offices & incumbents for DeKalb, Georgia

Georgia state sealFirst, get your own, personalized ballot for this election on Tuesday, November 2!

Second, peruse the research below for places to learn more about the contested races and ballot questions on which EVERYONE in DeKalb County, GA votes, regardless of where they live in the county.

Next, if you're interested, I also wrote a detailed blog post on election research tools, as well-as a post like this one for district-specific elected offices.

Finally, please let me know if I've missed any county-wide contest races or elected offices, or if you have any good resources for these races (videos of debates, etc.).

CSA Haul: 2010-10-24

Small Farms CSA on Wordpress New this week: nothing new, but the we're SUPER excited about the sweet potatoes!

 

CSA Haul: 2010-10-17

New this week: edamame (soy beans), daikon radishes, napa cabbage, sweet turnips.

Joe says we'll be getting the first of our massive frozen hens in the next week or two.  And that, despite the switcheroo of Joe moving to Gaia Gardens, this CSA will keep going strong. Small Farms CSA subscriptions will begin again (after finishing this November) and start distributing around April of next year.

CSA Haul: 2010-10-10

Small Farms CSA on Wordpress New this week: watermelon radishes.

Joe recommends these sliced REALLY thinly and put on sandwiches (perhaps with a bit of butter and salt).

Apparently, root vegetables, like radishes, can keep for fairly long once separated from their greens. Who knew?