Our CSA bounty from last week (pictured above) included: salad greens, turnip greens, radishes, young garlic (like green onions), incredibly yummy pasta sauce, and watercress. As the produce changes with the seasons, so changes what we receive. It's a great way to stay in tune with what nature delivers to us in our own locales.
About the only way to eat more locally is to grow it ourselves, which the DH does so well! Here are a few garden pictures.
The thing that is cool about our garden is how much produce we get from a tiny little lot in town! I think it's very pretty, too, how the DH mixes the food plants among the flowers. It's just lovely.
Lettuce from our Feb. 14th scattering of seeds on snow
If you'd like to find a farmer's market or CSA near you, check out http://www.localharvest.org/.