For cooks too lazy or landless to grow
their own food, community-supported agriculture is the easiest and most
economical way to ensure you always have fresh produce on hand. CSAs are
Food & Drink
As highlighted in this week's story A Trip From Bountiful, Community Supported Agriculture—or CSA—boxes don't always deliver what's promised. The brochure showed wicker baskets overflowing with nature's bounty, but all you get is an entire box of kale. We want to collect images of real Portland CSA boxes—the good and the bad. Put down the zucchini bread, snap a picture of your box this week ...
Oh, my. Sarah Hart, mistress of Northeast 28th Avenue's delicious Alma Chocolate has emailed with a new potential addiction. Portland has a ton of CSA farm-share programs. But she's launching a CSI—community supported ice cream—program this summer in order the finance the purchase of a $4,000 Pacojet ice cream maker. She says a $150 share gets you a pint of ice cream in flavors like ...