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July 18, 2005



A friend of mine was to dinner last night and told me about a crabcake eggs benedict that he used to order when he lived in Memphis. (He lives in Maryland now, and Marylanders take their crab and crabcakes too seriously to treat that way, more's the pity.) I think that I am probably immoderate enough that I would just use the last two yolks to make hollandaise. Perhaps if I can find some nice crabmeat this weekend, I will try that. The souffles sound amazing.


I love this site so much (and your daughter's as well; I've been a fan of hers for... probably a year or two now)!

I have a kinda goofy question for you, which you may or may not be able to answer but I thought I'd give it a go...

Now, I live in a different part of the country, but I thought I'd ask how a person gets "farm boxes". I've been intrigued with both your mention of them and your daughter's, since I don't know anyone here who gets them.

Does someone drop them off, or do you pick them up? We have a farmer's market downtown each week and that's great, but I'd like to know more about how that all works, if you have time. ; )


Hannah- thank you! I think it differs in different areas. Here in Pittsburgh, we pick up our boxes at a community drop off- usually some person's porch, near where you live. We have two crates with our name on, and drop off the empty crate when we pick up our vegs.
There are community supported agriculture projects near most areas. Check out
this site for a list.


Oh bless you! I'll be calling a couple of these to see what's available. Hooray! :D My tastebuds thank you!!!

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