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I got a wonderful supply of produce this week from Fairview Gardens where I am a member of their CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program. I have become quite the fan of these programs. Not only do they enable you to support your local, organic farmers, but you get the benefit of really tasty and fresh produce. I look forward each week to the email that tells us what they are expecting to harvest that week.

This week my share consisted of: arugula, green beans, zucchini, tomatoes, garlic, basil, dill, mandarins, strawberries and lots of peaches. I’ve already used up the green beans and some of the strawberries, zucchini, arugula and basil. And today I have plans for the peaches. I think something simple like a Peach Crumble - basically pie without the crust. I really like an Alice Waters recipe for a Comice Pear Crisp and I think it can be modified just slightly to make a delicious Peach Crisp. Stay tuned for how it turns out.

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