Our registration forms are now available in PDF format for PVF East (all the pick up locations from Vienna east: Arlington, Falls Church, Alexandria, Fairfax, Bethesda) and PVF West (Herndon, Leesburg, Ashburn, Reston and Purcellville). For information on share sizes and prices, click here. For information on PVF West delivery sites, please contact ellen -at-Continue reading “PVF Sign-ups Available”
We will open our 2007 registration on February 15. Forms and information will be on the PVF website, so remember to check back in late February. Summer shares start on June 5 and go for 16 weeks. Mini shares will be $250, regular shares $425, robust $600. We also have an eight week fall shareContinue reading “CSA Update!”
The new CSA season is upon us and with one week of vegetables behind us, the PVF site is kicking back into full gear. The first week’s newsletters are online and I upgraded WordPress (the engine behind the site news… this only matters to the techies in the audience). I’ll be doing some tweaking ofContinue reading “A new season”
CSA shares for 2006 are all sold out! Registration for 2007 starts in mid-February. You can get our vegetables this season at the farmers markets and the roadside stands. For those of you that got registered in time, those veggies are coming next week!
Thank you for your interest in the CSA this year. We have now sold all of our shares from the Vienna farm. However, the Clifford Ave location in Alexandria is still open. We have many spaces left from the Purcellville farm. Shares for 2007 will be available in mid-February, 2007 from this website.
The wait is over! The 2006 CSA registration is now available for the Vienna farm. The Loudoun brochure will be available in a day or two. You can also download the 2006 CSA Brochure. Get your forms back soon to make sure you qualify for the early bird discount and reserve your spot! Interest isContinue reading “2006 Registration available”
The autumn shares have begun! Hopefully everyone enjoyed all the great veggies from the summer share and are ready to start making soups, stews, and baked butternut squash recipes. Mmmm… For me, it’s all about the kale. Bring it on. I’ve gotten a bit more caught up on the newsletter archives and recipes. Also, ifContinue reading “Autumn check-in”
Some good hints on cooking vegetables appear in last week’s “In the Bag”: Blanche: To briefly immerse in boiling water, then plunge into cold water to stop the cooking. Greens will retain their bright color. Braise: To brown meats and vegetables in a small amount of fat, then cook, tightly covered, in a small amountContinue reading “Cooking Vegetables”
Hopefully you’ve enjoyed your first three weeks of veggies. Lots of greens, but there are lots of great ways to prepare them, too. The newsletter archive is up-to-date, though I have a bit of catching up to do on the recipe database. With time. Note that since there are several similar versions of “In theContinue reading “Welcome back!”
Please note that the Vienna farm sign-ups have closed, unless you’ll be picking up at the Doveville Lane loation in Fairfax. The Purcellville farm sign-up is still open. The response this year has been excellent! If you want, you can write to us to be put on the mailing list for next year.