For Farmers Only

We know how crazy your life can get during high farm season. We offer a special electronic PDF file version of Bounty from the Box just for farmers, from which you can copy and paste all of the crop info and over 200 recipes for your CSA newsletters, blogs, and social media for a one-time $35.00 fee for unlimited usage.

The PDF contains comprehensive info on nutrition, history, selection, storage, cooking techniques, freezing, and serving suggestions on over 90 fruits, vegetables, and herbs, plus over 200 recipes to choose from (you can download sample crop chapters here (see the sidebar on the lower right corner). The PDF can save you valuable research time and aggravation when you’re scrambling to put your CSA newsletters, marketing materials, and blog posts together at the last minute.

If you purchase the PDF, we will also list your farm on our CSA Farm Directory for no extra charge, as well as promote you on our social media and website. We also offer wholesale discounts on print books (including 40% wholesale discounts if you want to purchase print books to sell at your farm stand) and 15% discount promo codes for your CSA members who order directly from our website. Mi Ae is also available for writing guest blog posts or offering recipe ideas.

Due to potential electronic piracy issues and its large file size, the PDF is not available for download directly from this website. Please contact Mi Ae and she will send you further details on payment, terms and conditions of using the PDF, and other ordering information. Thank you and we hope to hear from you soon!

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Upcoming Events

Events for 2018

Thanks for a great 2017 season! Please check back for upcoming events in 2018—I hope to cook up appearances in Texas, the East Coast, Southwest, southern California, and the Pacific NW. Let me know if you'd like me to appear in your town or city!

Praise

Tom Douglas, Seattle Chef and Restaurateur

“As a restaurateur who also happens to own a farm and happens to be married to the Farmer-in-Chief, Jackie, it’s my belief that there’s really nothing more important than knowing where your food comes from. Whether you...

Joely Zerby, Farmer, Ever Green Farm CSA, Rock Stream, NY

“It is an amazing resource. Also, our members won't ask me a zillion questions when my brain is hot and fried. I deal with most of the members directly and also grow everything with my husband. They tend to turn to me for...

Marisa Harder-Chapman, founder of For the Love of Dandelions

“I think every CSA should come with a how-to manual, and yours looks spot on.”

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For appearance, book signing, and media request inquiries, please contact:
Mi Ae Lipe
Phone: 206-349-2038
Email: miae@bountyfromthebox.com

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Reviews & Articles

Article on Mi Ae in 57 Degrees Magazine

Click here to read an article on author Mi Ae and her new cookbook, Bounty from the Box: The CSA Farm Cookbook. The article can be found on pages 57 - 59.

Guest Blogs by Mi Ae

From the CSA Blog

Doing Thanksgiving Differently During the Pandemic

If you trust infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci’s advice about COVID-19, you may know that he’s advised Americans to have smaller Thanksgiving celebrations this year, acknowledging that his three adult daughters will not be flying home for the holiday this...

The Mystical Deliciousness of Mushrooms—with a Recipe

Although the time of irresistible spring morels has passed, there is a whole world of mushrooms coming along in the next few months—think summer chanterelles, boletes, and coral. Come September and October, fall fungi will mushroom (no apologies for the bad pun) into...