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July 04, 2008

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Lynn D.

I think this is genius, Lindy. My favorite meals are ones when I come up with a great combination of what I have on hand. I suppose you could deconstruct this further if your farm box, say, had collards and fresh corn on the cob. Your dish also puts me in mind of a Faith Willinger (Red, White and Greens) recipe were she makes a soup of thin polenta and kale served with a glug of best olive oil. Couldn't be simpler.

Lindy

Me too. It's one of the things I love about my CSA farmbox- you have all this lovely food that is right out of the ground, and you need to figure out how to put it together. When you do- the results are so often very good- it seems like things which grow together, same time, same place, have a flavor affinity, too. And work well done simply.

Too early for corn here, though, plus.. I have no idea where the bag of polenta came from-don't even remember where I bought it! I'm not about to give up coffee from afar.Or limit myself to PA wine-which I feel I've given a fair chance. (It is improving, though...now that they are growing grapes beyond the concord variety up by Lake Erie- who knows- in a few years...)

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