Saturday, November 17, 2007

box no. 23 | contents

  • Red Cabbage
  • Brussels Sprouts
  • Kohlrabi
  • Potatoes
  • Beets
  • Spinach
  • Winterbor Kale
  • Red Russian Kale
  • Chard
  • Delicata Squash
  • Butternut Squash
  • Popcorn
Tomorrow my husband and I will be hosting a benefit brunch at our home for the Angelic Organics Learning Center (AOLC). The cooking is generously provided by the chefs from Sunday Dinner. I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce you to the Learning Center and familiarize you with their mission and the great work that they do for the community and our future food system. The AOLC is the nonprofit sister to the Angelic Organics Farm. Farmer Bob eloquently explained the difference between the two enterprises in this week’s newsletter:
The Farm – where we cultivate & harvest vegetables
The Learning Center – where we cultivate people through relationships & educational opportunities
The Angelic Organics Learning Center helps urban and rural people build local food systems. They offer opportunities to grow healthy food and a better quality of life, connect with farmers and the land, and learn agricultural and leadership skills. The Learning Center, a nonprofit organization, reaches more than 4,000 people each year through its programs at partner farms and urban growing sites in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. For more information or to get involved, please visit www.learngrowconnect.org or call 815.389.8455.


Click here to download a pdf of the Angelic Organics Farm News for box no. 23.

4 comments:

Derric Peterson said...

Thanks you for the recepts. Really vitaminic!

Anonymous said...

I enjoy your blog. FYI the links to AOLC are busted (missing a p).

Essay said...

very nice. do you plan to open a restaurant?

J.Noelle said...

No, I'm definitely a home cook only. I can't imagine the pressures and demands of opening and running a restaurant. I'll leave that to the professionals.