Lancaster Farm Fresh CSA Week 24

The CSA is slowly starting to wrap up. November is our last month for this year.

We swapped our radishes for these mini bell peppers!

1 Head White Cauliflower – certified organic – Green Valley Organics

1 Head Baby Oak Leaf Lettuce – certified organic – Back 40 Ranch

1 Bunch Red Mustard Greens – certified organic – Maple Lawn Organics

1½ lbs. Orange Carrots – certified organic – Elm Tree Organics

1 Leek – certified organic – Shady Brook Organics

1 Head Cabbage – certified organic – Windy Hollow Organics

Uhh yeah, slightly large cabbage.

For dinner Eric immediately got to work on dominating the cabbage and made raw-ish wraps. Every vegetable in the wrap is from our CSA.

I wanted some warmth to my dinner and made Crispy Chickpea Bites. They were really simple, easy and quick to make, and went perfectly in my Ezekiel tortilla.

And just for fun…if you have ever doubted the term copycat, I give you proof!
Kitta Marie usually finds very unique places to sleep. Her new place, inside drawers, on top of our clothes.

We knew it was only a matter of time until Grissom starting sleeping there as well. Luckily he didn’t find out for a few days, but last night we saw this.

Oh and he knows exactly what he is doing.

Then the showdown happened.

Kitta was NOT pleased.


4 responses to “Lancaster Farm Fresh CSA Week 24

  1. hahaha. My cats are totally like that. Then they sleep all curled up together.

  2. bahaha love the showdown pics. I’m sure there will me many of those if I adopt the kitten! My CSA share ended this past week and I am already sad. Do you guys know of anything going on for a winter vegetable share??

  3. Kitties and veggies, my favorite things! 😉 Seriously though, pictures of veggies like yours make me love being vegan.

    Happy MoFo!

  4. Those crispy chickpea bites look amazing! I’m definitely going to give those a try.

    And my cats do the same thing! My cat, Melvin, will find a new spot, and it’s only a matter of time before my other cat, Harvey, decides to take it over. There’s usually a lot of hissing and swatting involved, too.

    Love your blog! You’ve inspired me to get off my butt and get serious about running!

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