It’s almost time! It may be fall, with cooler weather settling in and the leaves falling, but that doesn’t mean access to fresh, local produce and other locally produced foods has to end.
In Easton, we’re lucky to have Eating Out of the Box available to us. This is a weekly service along the lines of a CSA (community-supported agriculture) that does not require a subscription. Each week, you peruse the offerings that will most likely be made available and decide if you want to participate. Boxes are available for pickup (or delivery for a small fee) one night each week.
What kinds of produce are available in the cold winter months? Last year’s boxes usually contained a variety of greens, Asian pears, potatoes and more.
There is a small or large box option available. As the season gets into full swing, a la carte items like fresh baguettes, meat, dairy products, eggs and more can be purchased as well.