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What’s in the CSA Share — 1/29/19 Eastern Market

We are almost ready to release info on the Spring/Summer season – so watch for that! Please tell your CSA curious friends that they can order 1x shares, and try us out! Perfect for folks who travel or hate to commit.

Here is what we think will be in the share next week, subject to change. Mark is still waiting to hear back on a few items.


PRODUCE – * Indicates it will be in the small share.

MEATS – still to be finalized, but here is what he is looking at depending on availability:

  • whole broiler chicken
  • lamb chops or Polyface Breakfast links (still to be finalized)


cheese – Eberly cheddar

BREAD — Billy Bread rustic

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What’s in the Share – 5/1+2 – Mint, ramps, strawberries, asparagus, mushrooms

Here are your recipes, subject to change. Enjoy! This is a terrific share!

Small Share




  • Eberly colby, Old church milk + yogurt, Promise Land eggs, Trickling Springs butter

BREAD – Prairie Grain assorted

PANTRY – Bombolini Vodka Sauce

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SAVE 5% with CSA Day discount in DC/RVA this weekend only

Farm to Family CSA Celebrates CSA Day
SAVE 5% with CSA Day discount in DC/RVA this weekend only

We are celebrating National CSA Day, tomorrow, 2/25. Please sign up  and save 5% on ALL shares (including payment plans) using code CSA18 (valid thru Sunday 2/25 at 11:59 pm).

The Spring season starts on Tuesday, 3/28 and runs for 24 weeks.

We serve Capitol Hill in Washington, DC and Richmond VA.

DC pickups:

  • Eastern Market
  • 7th/G St, NE – biweekly only
  • 23rd Place/E St NE – biweekly only
  • Home Delivery – biweekly only –  via Schlep eco bikes ($10/time delivery fee.)

RVA Pickups:

  • Farm to Family Market
  • Parkham Rd/Skipwith Elementary/Henrico- biweekly only * pending 10 members
  • N. Chesterfield/Surreywood – biweekly only *pending 10 members
  • Stratford Hills, Pony Pasture, Bon Air, North Hampton – Waitlist to gauge interest
  • * if we do not get 10 members, these pickups will revert to Farm to Family or another active site.

Shares include locally grown or raised produce (veggies and fruit), fruit only (DC only), grass-fed dairy and eggs, grass-fed/pastured meats, and combo full share that features produce, dairy, meat and bread. Member fees for the season (for fuel, labor, admin etc) apply: DC $90 for the season for weekly frequency/$45 for the season for biweekly; RVA $50 for the season for weekly fequency/$25 biweekly and will be charged separately to your card on file. Checks are our preferred payment (Thank You!) and should be made out to Farm to Family.If you believe in the value of the work our local farmers do and would like to help our farms be successful, sign up for our CSA 2/23-2/25, and use the hashtag #farmtofamilycsa #CSAday to share our offer.

We are grateful for your membership, and your support of Farm to Family and the family farms and vendors we work with.


Mark + Suzi Lilly 

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Gift Certificate and Winter Season Sale

Solve last minute gift dilemmas with the gift of local food and take advantage of our Gift Certificate/CSA Share SALE! Give (or receive!) the Gift of Local Food and Support our Farmers! Receive 20% off all Winter season CSA shares and Gift Certificates over $100 with discount coupon code HOL2017 thru 12/31 (Enter code at checkout when prompted.)

Gift certificates can be put towards Spring/Winter shares (when they go up) the current season, or any of our add-ons or Stand Alone items.  Visit our online storefront to purchase winter season shares and Stand Alone items (1x shares, add ons) which can be put in the name of your gifted one (or yourself.)

Our CSA serves the Richmond, VA and Capitol Hill/Washington, DC areas.  Happy gifting!


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What’s in the share/Recipes – 11/28 + 29

Hi members, I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving. We are very grateful to have you all in our lives and as members this season. You are a very important part of the local food system and support the farmers we work with. I’m sure you don’t want to hear about more food, but maybe as Tuesday and Wednesday rolls around, you will be more ready. Recipes will follow, I just wanted to get this preview out so you can plan. Remember this list is subject to change. I will do my best to let you know of any changes.

And we will be taking orders for Christmas Trees and Wreaths! I’ll have info on pricing hopefully up on the website soon along with delivery availability, Mark is still working that out with our tree farmer, Gerald Jones. They are spray free Frasier Firs, very beautiful and fragrant, and well balanced.


  • BREAD – Prairie Grain