In your CSA share this week:
- Bok Choy
- Asian Greens Mix
- Mustard Greens
- Red Russian Kale
- Green Giant (komatsuna)
Veggie Notes: Wash your veggies prior to use. Your greens were not washed at the farm this week. Your greens will store better and last longer if you rinse them just prior to using.
Quick Tips: Greens cook quickly and shrink in volume. Do not overcook aim for bright green and slightly wilted. Radishes can be spicy – cook them and they mellow but keep the crunch – add to a stir-fry. Quick stir fry sauce recipe
Komatsuna has a fresh, sweet taste and a crunchy texture. It is a very versatile vegetable and can be eaten raw, pickled, stir-fried, boiled, used fresh in salads, or added to soups. It is popular in soups as it can stay firm after being simmered. It is an excellent source of calcium, vitamin A, and vitamin C.
Mustard Greens– spicy – mellow when cooked – not recommended for smoothies
Storage and usage tips and recipes can be found in the Vegetable Directory
Weekly recipes by Dean Lane Food & Farmstead
You can enjoy their delicious food at The Barnstormer Winery on Tuesdays, June-August 5-8PM; The Olney Place on select Fridays in July & August, and at their new dining room on the farm for dinners on Friday & Saturday and brunch on Sundays. https://www.deanlane.net/
Member Tip – If printing at home, choose 2 pages per sheet. They will print in the same size as your notebook.
We invited White Dog Art & Photography to join us for some fun to celebrate the start of the season. She has a new studio in Penn Yan for classes and parties!!
Recipe links from event:
- Bok Choy Salad with Sriracha Peanut Dressing
- Creamy Radish Dip
- Arugula Walnut Pesto
- Green Giant Pesto
CSA MEMBER FARM EVENTS:
- Glorious Garlic Harvest – Saturday, July 22nd 10-1
- Potato Harvest – Saturday, August 19th 10-1
- TBD – Saturday, September 16th 1-3
- Fall Gratitude Gathering – Saturday, October 14th 1-3
RSVP for most events is required. You are welcome to bring your family and friends but please leave pets at home.