October 15 – Week #18

Week #18 2019Week #18 – October 15th – October 18th

Butternut Squash
Onion
Purple Daikon Radish
Beans
Bell Pepper 
Radish Bunch with tops
Purple Top Turnip
Turnip Greens
Baby Bok Choy
Arugula

2019 Regular CSA season continues to Week #20 

2019 Extension CSA – Nov 5th-Dec 6th (no delivery Thanksgiving week)

Ideas for the week –  see below

FALL OPEN HOUSE – Saturday 10/19 1pm-4pm

SAVE $50 ON NEXT SEASON – 2020 CSA SHARES  $475

We will have our Annual Fall Open House on Saturday, October 19th from 1pm-4pm. We will prepare some seasonal dishes for you to sample, tour around the farm, and you can receive a $50 discount when you join and pay in full for next season at the open house.  2020 Season with discount: $475

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If you can’t make it to the Open House, you can still receive the discount, but we would love to see you. As of today, the weather forecasted is 58 and sunny. The leaves along the lake should be beautiful, there are several wineries and breweries in the area, and of course, the newly renovated Watkins Glen State Park for you to check out.

We have set up the online store if you prefer to pay by credit card (fees apply)

Did you have a friend pick up your CSA share this season? Share this special discount with them so they can join for 2020 with the best discount!  Help us increase our membership for next season!!

DETAILS – 2019 Extension CSA Share – 4 more weeks – join now!!  $150

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There are still some shares available – Don’t miss out!!

Keep the goodness going!!  2019 Extension CSA Share – an additional 4 weeks.  This year the dates are November 5th through December 6th. There will be no delivery during the week of Thanksgiving. The Extension continues on after the regular season ends. Veggies that we plan to have included in the Extension Share are butternut squash, garlic, onion, celeriac, kale, carrots, turnip (hakurei & purple top), radish (watermelon, daikon), cabbage, parsley, and greens (kale, arugula, mustard, swiss chard, lettuce). Possibly even some of our famous garlic powder…….. This CSA Extension will help you keep up your fresh veggie eating habits going into the winter months as many of these items will store quite well. The CSA Extension Share helps you and the farm make it through the winter.

The 2019 Extension CSA can be paid by check, cash, or credit card.

Here is a link to the online store. (fees apply)

This extension share is open to 50 shares only — There is no paperwork. However, if you requested to be added to the list, please make your payment to confirm your spot.

IDEAS FOR THE WEEK:  Turnip & Turnip Greens – a special treat – we added new details to Turnip page in the directory. There is too much to type in here. Turnip greens are one of the most nutrient-dense greens that exist. These turnips are grown for winter storage and are slightly different from the earlier in the season salad turnips. These are not typically eaten raw although not unheard of. Purple Daikon – if you haven’t tried the Daikon AuGratin you really should. I haven’t tried it with the purple ones but we do love this recipe. Radish – when you cook radish it reduces the spicy flavor. They are great in salad or stirfry. Be sure to look at the radish page for recipes for the greens and creamy radish dip. Baby Bok Choy – a mild green in the cabbage family eaten as a salad, in smoothies, or cooked (cooks quickly) Arugula – peppery green – salad or cooked (cooks quickly) Butternut—so many choices – stores well into the winter. If you do see a damaged spot the best way to store it is peel, dice, and freeze for later use. This is a great time saver for roasting or soups for a quick dinner. We like to freeze some to reduce prep time on busy nights. We especially like to have it frozen for our butternut mac n cheez.

Thank you for supporting our small farm!!!

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