CSA Share this week
- Romano Flat Pole Beans
- Purple Top Turnip
- Turnip Greens
- Potato-Adirondack Red
- Butternut Squash
- Mini Sweet Peppers
- Hot peppers
CSA Shares continue until WEEK #20!! That means only 3 more weeks of the regular season. Membership is growing for the CSA Extension Share – don’t miss out — claim yours now
CSA Extension Share: The CSA Extension Share continues for 4 more weeks after the regular season. All delivery locations are encouraged and available. Photos of the extension share last season is below. These shares are limited to the first 30 paid members. The deliveries begin immediately after the regular season on November 2nd and end December 3rd. For the convenience of everyone, there are no deliveries during the week of Thanksgiving. The sale of CSA Extension Shares aids us financially for the winter months. Please reserve your share today. You can purchase below with a credit card or PayPal. Payment can also be paid by check or cash at your CSA delivery. $150
Quick Tips & Recipe ideas: It is definitely feeling like fall these days. It is officially roasting and soup season. Romano Flat Beans: you can use as you would regular beans; here is a great resource with may options steam, boil, braise and recipes How to Cook Romano Beans Butternut Squash: this squash is so versatile; roast, mashed, puree, soup, baked, bread, pies; you should be able to find a recipe to please any palate; store in a cool dry spot (55); you can also roast the seeds as you would pumpkin; Turnip Greens: we don’t often get to send these home; they were so beautiful and big we couldn’t let them go to the compost pile; turnip greens are a super food and packed with nutrients; recipe Spicy Skillet Turnip Greens; if braising or sautéing salt can help to remove any bitterness or Asian style the soy sauce will do the trick; like with any greens cooking will shrink them considerably; braised in some broth with plenty of garlic, onions, and red pepper flakes, splash of hot sauce; Purple Top Turnips: boiled, mashed, roasted; alternative for potato cubed in soup; 25 turnip recipes to get you started; spiced turnip & apples, turnip fries – for these recipes Turnip-Vegetable Directory Kale: added to soups, pesto, greens & beans; we eat our stems too they just cook a little longer before adding the chopped leaves; white bean and kale soup; do you prefer your soup with sausage? https://food52.com/recipes/33605-white-bean-and-kale-soup-with-sausage Garlic: Have you ever roasted garlic? So delicious The temperatures are going down it is roasting season How to roast garlic Peppers: mini sweets and bell eaten raw or cooked; hot peppers can be diced and added to soups and stews, sliced and pickled; can be seeded, sliced or diced and frozen without blanching so you can add a little heat when you need it later Potato- Adirondack Reds: all-purpose, scrub but don’t need to peel; boiled, roasted, salad, pan frying; they will turn pinkish when boiled but retain vibrant color in roasting; Parsley: we like to chop and add ours to mashed potato
Link to main directory : Vegetable Directory or click on the listed veggies above
For more information about your weekly veggies, you can find storage and usage tips on the Vegetable Directory. This can be found from the menu on the website or the link above. We also have Pinterest boards for all veggies.
This is what our members enjoyed last season. Possibilities: garlic, potato, onion, peppers, rutabaga, storage turnip, storage radish, butternut, cabbage, celeriac, kale, collard greens, lettuce, arugula, mustard greens, hakurei turnip, radish, bok choy, broccoli, spinach, leeks
NOV 3 – DEC 2 (No deliveries Thanksgiving week – 4 weeks) ($150+ processing fees)
Thank you for supporting our small farm!
Starting next week – $50 discount on 2022 CSA membership for current CSA members. The discount is offered until 10/31/21. Are you joining the extension share? As a super supporter, you can receive the $50 discount until 12/3/21.
It is a muddy, misty morning on the farm today. We haven’t made much more progress on the new cold frame hoop house. The focus this past week has been to clear out old plant debris and remove ground cover and get the cover crops planted. We need to get it planted so we have some growth before the deep freeze. This will we incorporated into the soil in the spring for organic matter and to help with weed suppression. Joe and Marcus made quite a bit of progress on that and cleared out the summer squash, cucumber, and tomato beds. Joe was able to work the soil and get the cover crop planted on some of those areas before the big rain the past few days. The plan is to work on the hoophouse on Wednesday this week and work toward getting the arches up. Fingers crossed that all goes smooth! Do you have last weeks share to finish? Last week we made an Asian style dish with the stir fry sauce recipe in last weeks update -serve with rice or noodles. To be honest, we make a version of this dish about once a week with whatever is in season. I am sure that one of you creative chefs out there can make a soup with this weeks share. Let me know!….
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