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Photo: Claire Lower (Shutterstock) A few months ago, I accidentally signed up for a farm box delivery service. This wouldn’t be such a big deal, except I buy a lot of food for work, and having too much perishable food in the fridge at any given moment gives me a small amount of anxiety. I cannot figure out how to cancel the subscription entirely, but I have found a way to “skip” weekly shipments. It’s not a perfect solution, as I am prone to forgetfulness; I inevitably missed one, and an unwanted box of produce showed up on my stoop. The box had kale, apples, celery, and beets, as well as a half gallon of milk. I gave the celery to a vegan, creamed the kale , and ate the apples, but—due to the fact that my sister was visiting and we were eating out a lot—the beets sat in the fridge a little longer than I would have liked. Their greens wilted and the beets themselves got soft in spots, but they were still quite edible. I cut them into wedges, tossed them in bacon fat, and chucked them in a 400℉ air fryer for about half an hour to get them nice and charred on the edges. I was all set to eat a pile of semi-burnt beets for dinner, when I remembered I had a quarter of a tub of sour cream and about an ounce of goat cheese, both of which were on the edge […]