Why ever leave the house...

We have had the organic delivery and the local CSA (Community supported Agriculture) pick up before. There are plenty of them now in and around most major cities. Well, we signed up again. This time with Spud. I like Spud because they offer a ton more variety, on the fly adjustments (cause I don't want an eggplant) and many other grocery store items like milk and cheese and stuff. Plus, they are totally online! For those who don't know, I am online a lot as well...
So in addition to the fantastic fruit and veggie box, we got some dairy and meats. Well, with the dairy box comes a little dry ice. James likes dry ice cause he can turn his orange juice into a witches brew. It was very exciting at our house when the delivery came. Even the cats enjoyed all the new smells and potential "stuff for us" contained in the bins.
So yeah, here is another way to make eating organic that much easier. Don't worry, I will wash the veggies. Nothing gets past Maggie.

6 comments:

Flor Larios Art said...

mmm...all of that look so fresh!

Karen Gill hidingplacebeadery.etsy.com said...

Yum, what a great idea!

Tea said...

Yum! You know, your Maggie looks like she could be twins with my Mina! Any idea what kind of cat she is? I've been trying to find out for years ;)

Licia said...

We adopted Maggie as a rescue so really, it's rather unknown. But if I were to venture a guess I think she has a mix of Russian Blue in her. Her fur is very fine, she is a very light shedder (yay) and her glint silver in the sunshine. She runs fast and is very smart and personable. Another "blue" cat is the Korat, but I think they are a much more rare breed.

Tea said...

I adopted my cat too. I've always thought she was a mix but I've seen other cats that look identical. (She also has very fine, soft hair, and is very smart) Thanks Licia!

Joyce said...

Nice! The OJ looks good :)