Best of Boston 2022 - Best CSA
HOLY SH*T, you guys! We were named Best of Boston for Best CSA!
Wowweeee are we excited. It's a nod to all of our partners - farmers, growers, and producers - and to this amazing community of supporters. It's also a well deserved high-five to our intensely dedicated, hard-working team. A huge thank you to everyone who makes this possible. Shucks, you're just the best.
From the folks at Boston Magazine:
"Attention, proud commitment-phobes and control freaks: If you’ve previously held back from buying CSA shares because you didn’t want to get stuck in a fixed subscription term — or with mystery boxes of useless items — know you can skip weekly home deliveries from Family Dinner any time. Or just treat it like a grocery-ordering service, with single, customizable shipments of everything from butter to blueberries to ground bison from small New England farms that share your fiercely independent streak."
Support your local farmers and purveyors from your couch!
TAILORED TO YOU
We accomodate all diets, allergies and aversions
Skip or cancel your order at any time
We clean, sanitize and reuse packaging to eliminate waste!
“When the share arrives, it's like Christmas morning! I love unpacking all the beautiful food that is clearly packed and transported with such great care.” - Katelin
“I've been a customer for years. Family Dinner is a fabulous service with such fun people! My kids can't wait to see what the treat of the week is when we get our delivery!” - Terry
“Besides the simple facts that these guys provide all the amazing LOCAL snacks, they are supporting some great businesses and just ROCK as humans. Sign up… you won’t be disappointed.” - Crista
"You can't please everyone, you're not pizza." Those words, uttered by some infinitely eloquent sage (was it Lao Tzu? Brené Brown? I can't recall), couldn't be more true.
The world seems intensely hectic, a pandemic-laden carnival ride we can't seem to get off of or get reprieve from. And as it spins faster and faster, there is also no reprieve from the demands on our time or attention. We pour the same amount of ourselves into an ever-increasing amount of cups, and somehow always feel like we're letting people down, not doing enough.