CSA Harvest Party

To cook or to write, write or cook…  It’s a tough question indeed!

To  party or to write…  Not tough at all!

Every year, Rare Earth Farm, one of my CSAs, throws a harvest party.  It is (usually) on a beautiful fall day–the kind that beckons you to come to the country.  If that isn’t enough there are pumpkins to carve, foods to taste, fields to room, and old friends to meet up with.

Barn at Rare Earth

Barn at Rare Earth

I meant to do a (real) blog post, but went to the party instead.  If I share the pictures, perhaps you will understand?

Food and Fun

potluck

Potluck!

pickled cherry tomatoes

Harvest bounty!

Fall Decor

Fall Decor

Kids Pinata

Kids Pinata

Feeding the bonfire

Feeding the bonfire

Bonfire

Ablaze!

Pumpkin Carving

Pumpkins on truck

Pumpkins on truck

pumpkin carving

Starting the pumpkins

pumpkin carving

Careful Carving

Carved Pumpkin Lineup

Carved Pumpkin Lineup

carved pumpkin

Creative Carving (no reflection on the food)

Farm Bounty

cornstalks

Spent corn

Carrots in the field

Carrots in the field

butternut squash

Butternut for the next boxes

Leaf Lettuce

Lettuce in the wings

Farm Vistas

hp13-rosemary

Rosemary

 

hp13-wheelbarrow

Wheelbarrow

 

Farm Cat

Farm Cat

hp13-fence

Farm Fence

car leaving

An evening well spent

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27 thoughts on “CSA Harvest Party

  1. gloria

    I love your Fall decor!! funny and beauty I love the pumpkin!
    Love the shots!
    I love fall is my favorite, here we are in spring but believe me I love Fall always!!

    1. Inger

      Thanks Barbara. You know one of my friends just moved to Florida and I can’t wait to hear who she converts to local citrus, etc.

    1. Inger

      This event always has great food Grace. I think everyone is trying to show off what they did with the harvest;-) My daughter carved her pumpkin but I took my pumpkin home uncarved, and I’m hoping it will last until Thanksgiving!

  2. Louise

    This is the perfect example of that wise saying; a picture is worth a thousand words. There are literally tons of reasons to love this post. That pumpkin expressing “disgust” was the kicker!

    Thank you so much for sharing, Inger. It looks like a wonderful time was had by all!!!

    1. Inger

      I can’t wait to hear what you do with some of the different local foods you will be getting! My other CSA brings up oranges in December for special order, so if you have any great ideas…

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