October 08, 2009

fresh green delivery

there is something very nice that i would like to share with you :). i participate in a pilot project which aim is to deliver fresh vegetables directly from the local producer to the final user. this project allows families from milan to buy fresh and ecologic vegetables on wholesale prices and pay only for goods and transport fare (equally divided between all the program members). yesterday the first delivery arrived :) it was so exciting when in the evening a box full of fresh green delicious vegetables arrived! just look at it!


i took some fresh basil (that perfumed the whole house yesterday!), fresh rocket, garlic, onions, broccoli, spinach, cabbage and this beautiful, majestic pumpkin! everything super ecologic and sooo fresh! there was also a small recipes book! everything so lovely! thank you very much viamente for this wonderful service and fresh veggies delivered directly from agrifoppa  (an ecologic food producer from lombardy). the new recipes based on this delicious ingredients are coming very soon!

16 comments:

Betty Manousos:cutand-dry.blogspot.com said...

I 'd be excited too!!
I try to eat ecologic veggies.
This looks fantastic!
hugs hugs

{lorelailette<3} said...

ooooo i love veggies!!!
those look tasty!!!

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Lady SUnflower
P.s thanks for stopping by my blog!

Something White said...

Hi Justyna,
I do love green vegetables and any food anyway! :)
I do write my posts always in 3 languages and also in English; you should just scrol down and then you can read my English story under the 2nd picture!
See you soon again.
Marjolijn

Chocolate Lover said...

Those look wonderful. I love fresh green vegetables. Can't wait to see what you make with them!

Naqvee said...

how tempting raw veggies can look at times, this week im on salt free diet so , I might boil some of these and eat them. xoxo

Kristin said...

Those yummy pics actually kinda make me want to cook. I so love baking more. Ah ha

Home and Lifestyle said...

Hoi Justyna,

Thanks for your compliments on my blog. I saw that the English language lacked the translator, but I adjusted. You can now choose the English language with Google Translate.

I love Italy so much! Since 2005 we went every year to Italy for our holiday, always to Tuscany and the last days of the holiday to Lake Garda.

I hope to see you again on my blog. I am also your follower now.

Dear greetings, Ingrid

Tamara aka Cheapskate Mom said...

Yum! I love fresh grown produce! Thanks for visiting my Button blog! My main blog is even cooler, lol! http://proudtobecheap.blogspot.com/

I'm a new follwer so I can find my way back! I love fresh new recipes and cooking too!

Fahrenheit 350° said...

That is awesome! I love it! You go girl!

This Mama Rocks said...

stopping by from sits to say hello. I love recipe blogs. Your pumpkin soup looks amazing.

♥ Teresa ♥ said...

Those DO look yummy!

Hi! I'm stopping by from SITS. I wanted to share a bit of comment love! ♥

I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Blessings,

Teresa <><

http://toomanyheartbeats.blogspot.com

The Daily Dose said...

Oh I'm so jealous. I wish we had a program like that! To answer your question- yes my messy squash soup was really delicious! I'm actually making it again tonight...hopefully without the mess! :)

MotherhoodFilm said...

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Frugal Vicki said...

Oh my gosh, I can't even imagine! that would be absolutely wonderful! I bet even if you dehydrate or freeze that it would still taste better than store bought!

Bullfrogs & Butterflies Baby said...

we have something similar through my little one's preschool...so convenient and it tastes so much better!

Lu said...

wow - that looks like a great basket to receive - you lucky thing - thanks for stopping by my blog and your lovely commnet - have spent a nice 15minutes browsing yours - it's great - I love your cat!

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