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Creme de la Crop

Creme de la Crop

Beautifully Designed, Inspired By Nature

In 2002 Creme de la Crop started growing organic produce for the community on their seventy-acre, family farm. That passion continues through our Community Supported Agriculture Program. Now the operation provides a wide range of locally produced and small-batch goods, in an on-site farm store. Handcrafted Candles, Skincare, and Soaps are made in-house with the finest ingredients available. We simply share with you what we love.

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Creme de la Crop

Beautifully Designed, Inspired By Nature

In 2002 Creme de la Crop started growing organic produce for the community on their seventy-acre, family farm. That passion continues through our Community Supported Agriculture Program. Now the operation provides a wide range of locally produced and small-batch goods, in an on-site farm store. Handcrafted Candles, Skincare, and Soaps are made in-house with the finest ingredients available. We simply share with you what we love.

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Charlestown Farm

Charlestown Farm

We are an on-farm CSA just south of Phoenixville, PA. We started in 2002 with a mission to provide our community with naturally grown, pesticide free food and to create a farm that members could call their own.

We harvest most of the share but also have beautiful U-pick gardens where members can pick flowers, herbs, small fruits, cherry tomatoes, hot peppers, beans and peas.

It is our hope that our farm creates an appreciation for the value of productive farmland in suburban Philadelphia.

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Confessions of a Mother Runner

Confessions of a Mother Runner

Hi, I'm Deborah. Successfully raising a husband and 2 teens in the VA/DC area. I am a lover of all things running and fitness. As a lifelong vegetarian, I’ve always been passionate about healthy living and exercise. Looking for partners in crime, I started my own...

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Minimalist Meal

Minimalist Meal

Hi there, I’m Katherine—curious, passionate, a little dippy perfectionist are some adjectives that could define my passion. I decided to write a culinary blog to meet, share ideas, and my good plans for not only making food but also for travelling. All of my dishes...

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Not Eating Out in NY

Not Eating Out in NY

Author Cathy Erway: "I like to cook. I like to discover new ingredients, dishes, and techniques, and learn to cook them. I don’t always do a good job of it, and I haven’t had any formal culinary training. From September 2006–September 2008, I went AWOL from eating...

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Veggie Desserts: From the Garden to the Cake Stand

Veggie Desserts: From the Garden to the Cake Stand

I’ll happily admit that I have an obsession with putting veggies into desserts. Spinach cake, parsnip spice loaf, chocolate beetroot cupcakes … I could go on and on. In fact, I haven’t baked a dessert without any vegetables in it for a few years. And I don’t hide them, the veggies stand loud and proud in desserts around this house.

I’m a mum to two toddlers (who never go in the same direction), and I try to give them healthy, fresh food. My love of veggie desserts started with the cake for my son’s first birthday. It was to be his first taste of chocolate, and although I wasn’t going to begrudge him that, I wanted it to be a bit better for him. After a few trials, his cake was ready: one layer of chocolate beetroot and one layer of chocolate butternut squash. It wasn’t exactly healthy, but it was a big step up from a shop bought cake. They went down well with everyone and my love of veggie desserts began.

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