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I recently became a member of Arganica, a “food club” that offers year-round access to locally-sourced, artisanal and organic foods delivered right to your door. (I like that last part the best…)

Unlike a typical CSA share, Arganica lets you choose what you receive each week instead of just giving you a box filled with random fruits and vegetables. However, since I bought my membership through a special Groupon deal, one of my benefits is a free produce crate, which is… a box filled with random fruits and vegetables.

So now I’ve got a fridge full of carrots, strawberries, broccoli, apples, oranges, beets, onions and more. And I’ve got to figure out what to do with them all before they go bad.

I’ve already bookmarked recipes for a carrot-cumin salad, broccoli soup and a strawberry crumble…

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I’ve been going crazy for peaches so far this summer. The ones I’ve been getting lately from Whole Foods have just been amazing, so juicy and flavorful.

The July/August issue of Everyday Food magazine has an easy recipe for peach crumble pie, so I decided to give it a try. It looked like just the thing that someone would’ve baked on a farm long ago in the days of yore (although it’s doubtful that someone would’ve used a leftover frozen pie crust).

I went to the farmer’s market with Brian to get some fresh, local peaches and ended up with a bunch of other stuff, too.

These came from a farm in Orrtanna, PA, close to where we were yesterday...

Mini heirloom tomatoes...

More heirlooms...

They might look like raspberries, but they're actually wine berries...

Fresh chocolate milk from Clear Spring Creamery...

Keep reading…

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