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November 5 – CSA Extension #1

CSA EXT#1 2019Week #1 – CSA Extension

Butternut Squash
White Daikon Radish
Collard Greens
Kennebec Potato
Green Tomato - surprise bonus
2019 Extension CSA (11/ 5 – 12/ 6 no delivery Thanksgiving week) 

Your CSA Extension share will help you keep you eating healthy through the winter.

QUICK TIPS – Check the vegetable directory and our Pinterest Board for ideas. Collard Greens-excellent cooking green and sturdy enough to make gluten-free wraps. Videos are on the directory. Butternut Squash – They will store quite well at room temp and if you do happen to notice a bad spot occur, it freezes great. Just peel, dice, freeze. This is a great timesaver for soup and roasting too. Did you know that if you are roasting in slices, chunks or halved that you do not need to peel it? Butternut squash skin is edible when roasted. Green Tomato – these are not the summer tomatoes that you may be used to. However, they are a treat. Try fried green tomato or a mini green tomato pie (similar recipe to apple but using the green tomato) Daikon Radish -yes, they did great this year! Full of health benefits and we are always trying to find you new recipes – spicy roasted fries; fried daikon cakes, au gratin, salads, and slaws- see directory page for recipes. Kennebec Potato – thin-skinned white potato, used for baking, mashing, roasting, fantastic for frying – fries, hashbrowns, potato skins, chips, and Hasselback potatoes. They also hold their shape when cooked for potato salads, curries, soups, and stews.  Stores well in a cool dry location out of sunlight.

CSA EXTENSION Delivery Schedule Changes – 

SAVE $25 until 3/1/20 – 2020 CSA SHARES $500 with full payment – Payment plans also available (no discount)

Thank you for supporting our small farm!!!







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