I put this together for my own research and thought it would be useful for others. Some of the information is incomplete -- as above, the information is based upon living in Somerville, MA (Davis Sq).
Red Fire Farm - 10-15lbs/week
Waltham Fields Community Farm - SOLD OUT 2008
Stone Soup Farm (new in 2008) - 20 weeks
The Food Project - 4-18lbs
Three Sisters Farm
Drumlin Farm - "1-2 shopping bags worth" (2 adults + 2 children)
Brookfield Farm - 5-18 lbs. (14 lbs. avg.)
The Farm School - half-bushel box
I'm looking for an XML/RSS link for the Top Chef Q & A podcast that is posted to CHOW.com every week. I'd really like to listen to it on my MP3 player on my way to work (via standard "podcast" technology that downloads automatically), and not have to sit at my computer to listen or manually download the MP3 everyweek. Where/what is the URL to make this work?
(Also, is there a page that lists ONLY the weekly Top Chef Q&A posts? This would be nice to keep up with the weekly interviews and make sure I don't miss one.)
I've eaten at the SHP in Belmont center and was very happy. They offer both a traditional white crust and an excellent whole-wheat alternative, and the menu seems to try as much as possible to include locally-sourced ingredients. The pizza options were fairly innovative and the menu, while simple (pizza, salad), offered lots of enticing choices.
Additionally, we recently got pizza dough from the new Needham location for some home cooking. The dough was exceptionally soft and easy to work with, rolling quite thin (both white and W.W.). We put a few of them on the grill (!) and the others on a pizza stone in a 550F oven for ~8 minutes. With some fresh Maplebrook mozzarella (an outstanding fresh moz. from VT that's in Roche Bros. and Whole Foods), you've got the makings of some outstanding home pizza.
[UPDATE:] So fare, I've had *NO* luck finding Torijo's at:
I'm considering purchasing a Tojiro-DP Gyutou (see it at http://www.korin.com/product.php?pid=...), but want to handle it before I purchase (online, or elsewhere). Are there any knive shops or kitchen/restaurant supply stores that carry this brand in the Boston area?