Reviews for: Calliope Farm
By: Rose MacGregor (Jan 25, 2013)
Calliope was my first experience with a CSA. Ive been a member about 16 months. I love that there is food year-round and the variety is amazing. There are lots of things I have never eaten before in addition to plenty of staple things like greens, lettuces, cucumber, tomatoes, etc. Lisa always gives me pointers on how to cook things if I'm ever unsure. I have volunteered some time on the farm as well and she is very good at explaining about nutrients and the planting cycle. She really knows her stuff. She does everything by hand, very little equipment is used. Since becoming a member I have a new appreciation for organic local veggies and all the work that goes into farming. I don't think I could ever go back to buying at local grocers- the freshness and taste is unbeatable.
By: Liz (Sep 1, 2010)
I've been eating delicious local veggies from Calliope Farm for the past two seasons and I have always been impressed by their quality, taste, and variety. Pat and Lisa have introduced me to "Rat Tail Radishes" which are wonderful crunchy and spicey addition to any salad, and to many winter grown greens. Their sun gold tomatoes are as sweet as candy! Best of all the are one of the few Certified Naturaly Grown famers in Wicomico County!
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Rose MacGregor says: (Jan 25, 2013)
So many new things! Did you try the ground cherries? They taste like a cross between a tomato and a pineapple.