Category Archives: CSA

Joe Miller Shows You What the Hell to Do With Your CSA

Love our local bounty and farmers markets as we do, not everyone around here is a budding Paul Shoemaker or Ray Garcia once they get back to the kitchen. When it comes to picking up a CSA box, no doubt a few hearts race to haphazardly improvise a meal along the same lines one uses to prepare dinner when cleaning out the fridge. Joe’s and Bar Pintxo chef and owner Joe Miller is coming to the rescue on February 25th, as the chef is appearing at Surfas that Saturday from 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. Miller plans to take one weekly CSA supply and demonstrate a full meal based on its contents, as the third part of the restaurant supply store’s “A Sustainable Kitchen” series. Even if you’re fairly confident using your organic beets and cauliflower, there’s little to lose here, as the event is totally free, with limited seating offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.

February 25th, 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. at Surfas8777 Washington Blvd. Culver City.

APIOPA Starts a CSA Program!

Natasha Khanna from Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council browses through fresh organic veggies

Yes we did it…today we started a community supported agriculture program here at the office! With 10 staffers signed up (from different agencies within Special Service for Groups), we committed to working with a local Hmong farmer to purchasing fresh, organic Asian vegetables from him every other week.

More info, pictures and fun if you read more below:

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