Friday, July 29, 2011

Co-op Produce in Urban D.C.

All that was left for the photo was the label.
Have you ever tried fruit or veggies straight from a farm fresh co-op? Wow, it seems as if that doesn’t exist in cities anymore, so I was incredibly surprised to find farm fresh tomatoes from Lancaster Farm in PA at Whole Foods in D.C. They’re called “Organic Sungold Cherry Tomatoes” so they’re not as red as I’m used to, but don’t let that fool you into thinking they're not sweet and juicy. They are.

The reason you can’t see them in the photo next to this post is because I ate them too fast. In fact, I ate the whole box plain. But as much as I blah blah blah about them, you'll have to go check these out for yourself. And go while their still in season (these are local and don't come year round like the other produce we import)! Scarecrow Hill Organics Sungold Cherry Tomatoes. I know I’m getting these again.

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