CSA Week 12… & i’m kind of a big deal

Okay so yesterday was kind of a big deal. And if I really want to let my ego expand… So am I.
 
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Remember how I said last week I was making some big changes in blog life and real life?
 
Well… yesterday was momentous in those changes.
 
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Yesterday…. One of my freelance articles was officially published… By someone other than me. 
 
It’s true I’ve guest posted for other blogs like Seattle Seedling, My Fiance Likes It So It Must Be Good, Cooking My Way Through My CSA, isavirtue, and most recently, The 21st Century Housewife. And ya know what? I’m damn proud of the posts I’ve written for these fine ladies and the connections I’ve made from them. I value them. Dearly.
 
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That being said, getting my work out there through an actual publication is a huge step toward making a living as a freelance writer. Urban Diner is a Vancouver-based online magazine dedicated to bringing food and restaurant lovers the freshest information on what’s happening in and around British Columbia. And I wrote for it! Ha!
 
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The article itself is actually a series of 4 restaurant reviews based on tapas style eating in Victoria. If I could keep getting paid to eat out at fine establishments like I did over the term of this project, I’d be a happy girl… and a fat one at that! 
 
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To see the first installment of this series go to Urbandiner.ca or straight to my article: Victoria Tapas: A Review in 4 Parts… Not Unlike Your Meal. And don’t be afraid to leave a comment while you’re there! I’d love to hear from you.
 
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Now, onto another big deal… Spring time CSA! Saanich Organics really impressed this week, my friends! It’s the most Spring like box we’ve received so far this year and let me tell you – inspiration is flowing!
 
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This week we got:
  • 1 Head Endive. Oh yes!
  • 1 Bunch Green Garlic.
  • 1 Long English Cuke via SunTrio Farm.
  • 1 Massive Handful of fragrant mint.
  • 2 or 3 Pac Choi.
  • Pea Shoots.
  • Fresh Rhubarb.
  • 2 Bell Peppers via Suntrio Farm.
  • 1 Full Packet dried basil.
  • Frozen Strawberries.
Do you have a dream? Wanna share it? What are you doing to make it come true?
Suggestions for my CSA ingredients?
 

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Comments

  1. says

    Congratulations! I’m headed over to read the article now, since I saw it last night WAY too late on FB.

    My dream? Get paid to do my hobbies: Gardening, animal keeping and making soap. So far? ZIP. Unless we count payment in smiles. Then I’m fucking rich.

    • says

      I toats agree Lindsey. If I could get paid to garden and animal keep and drink wine (or bourbon as of late), i’d be a happy girl. how many more bars of soap do i need to buy to make you self-sufficient? haha.

      p.s. don’t discount those smiles lady ;)

  2. says

    Oh my gosh! That is SO freaking amazing! Congratulations, what a huge accomplishment!!!! Ahh!! So excited for you!

  3. says

    Congrats!! How exciting!! My dream… wow… maybe catering, or freelance food photography (as I improve, of course) and teaching someday as well. :) Your CSA looks beautiful, so much to work with! Thanks so much for sharing with Hearth and Soul!

  4. says

    Congratulations! That is awesome news!! I love your review of The Superior – it’s definitely on my list for my trip to Victoria (which I hope will be soon!). And thank you for the mention – it’s so lovely knowing you and working with you!

    Your CSA box looks fantastic – I’d make rhubarb crumble or rhubarb crisp from that gorgeous rhubarb I think :-)

  5. says

    Wow, what a gorgeous CSA bag. I’m interning at a farm this month and going to the farmer’s market every weekend, and I haven’t seen any peppers in my area yet! I’m excited for those summer vegetables!

  6. says

    Congratulations Kristy!
    Your on your way and looking forward to following your journey. Thanks for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope you have a great week!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

  7. says

    Congratulations on being published! Those fruits and vegetables look great! I love the color on that pepper. Thanks for sharing at Showcase Your Talent Thursday. I hope to see you at the next party!

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