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December 23, 2003

Comments

Arthur

I love this CSA Farm Share. Great experience. I forgot to mention this on my survey: if possible, PLEASE PLANT PICKLING CUCUMBERS NEXT YEAR! They are perfect for salads and pickling of course, so if you have any discretionary vegetables to add please throw this in. Thanks.

PS Collards people - Stay strong we need this tasty leafy green......

Don

Speaking of fund raising (which I guess is what the 5K dance questions were about?), where can I buy a hat like Rob is wearing in photo 2003: #6?

bev sauer

I really enjoyed the food and the "experience" of Claggett farm this summer and hope that you will keep me on your list.

Because I have family on the Eastern Shore, I knew this was a difficult and trying summer, but I thought you did really well with the crop variety and quantity....

I especially liked the watermelons, flowers, fresh greens of all sorts (though collard is low on my list). I'm also an okra-lover, but I think you need to know how to cook it properly to like it.

Overall, Claggett Farm kept me out of the grocery stores and cooking good food... thank you all.. I really miss it now that i'm forced back to too-long-in-the-storage-bin veggies at the local grocery stores (even the upscale greens don't keep like CF's)...

And special thanks to Kolya--it takes a lot of dedication to do the work of the farm and I want him to know how much I appreciated it.

bev

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