Giving Thanks for Good Food
For many people, this Thursday and Friday mark Thanksgiving Day and Native American Heritage Day. It’s an often-complicated weekend that has different significance to different people—many times including family, food, travel and reflections of history and the things we have.
For my family, it’s a chance to reunite, spend quality time, make good food, and take care of one another. I’m so excited to spend time with my family and share with them the food that my friends and I grow and harvest here at Red Dog Farm. One thing I’m especially grateful for is to live in this unique community. Chimacum and its surrounding area is a great example of a place where you can find everything you need, locally, for a great holiday meal. From vegetables, to meat, to dairy, to bread, to wine, beer and spirits—we have it all and more right here at home. You can use this hearty CSA share to impress your loved ones at the dinner table. (One of my favorite comfort dishes for this time of year is Fennel-Potato Au Gratin.)