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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

A Peek Inside the Mystery Box from Namu and County Line Harvest

Posted By on Tue, Sep 28, 2010 at 4:11 PM

  • Tamara Palmer
We're quite pleased with our mystery box from Marin farm County Line Harvest's Rogue Market, which is now served up alongside the fetching brunch at Namu (439 Balboa at Sixth Ave.) every Sunday from noon to 2 p.m. For $25, we got approximately $45 worth of produce; this week's haul included fresh flowers, dates, lacinato kale, cucumbers, mixed peppers, spinach, mixed basil, yellow wax broad beans, Early Girl and cherry tomatoes, carrots, and beets.

Namu even tossed in a container of spicy red gojuchang-based marinade. We know the restaurant's intention is to use it for meat but we have been using its sesame-forward heat as the secret element in sauces for just about everything these past few days. If the Sunday market continues to grow and stay steady, the farm says they'd like to deliver year-round. Come early and take your chances on a box (they sold out in 30 minutes this week), or be smart and e-mail an advance your order to, including the Sunday date and quantity you're interested in purchasing.

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