CSA Fall 2019 Week 7

In your share this week:
Swiss chard, romaine lettuce, cilantro, red leaf lettuce, onions, sweet peppers, ‘Hakurei’ turnips, ‘Red Dragon’ radish, kohlrabi (large share pictured).

Use first (will keep about a week): cilantro, red lettuce
Store a little longer (about 2 weeks): chard, turnip tops, romaine
Store very well (a month or more): onions, peppers, turnips, radishes, kohlrabi

While your produce is super fresh, it has not been washed!
Please take care to always wash your vegetables well before enjoying.

Happy Week 7 of the Fall CSA!

Wow! It is hard to believe the Fall CSA is more than half way over. These shorter, ten week seasons really fly by. If you love local leafy greens and beautiful root veggies in the middle of winter, now would be a good time to secure your share of the Winter CSA season. The winter season is also ten weeks long, and runs from 12/4/19-2/5/20. Our growing space is most limited in the winter months, so we only have so many CSA shares to offer. Grab yours today! Don’t forget, sign up before December 1st for 10% off any 2020 CSA shares purchased (this offer is only available if you sign up by phone or in person).

A beautiful rainbow of veggies in your box this week!

Whatever you do, we hope you enjoy it, and sincerely appreciate your support of our small (but mighty) family farm!

CSA Fall 2019 Week 6


In your share this week:
‘Red Russian’ kale, tatsoi, red leaf lettuce, Swiss chard, purple top turnips, ‘Hakurei’ turnips, rainbow carrots, white button mushrooms (large share pictured).

Use first (will keep about a week): mushrooms, red lettuce
Store a little longer (about 2 weeks): kale, tatsoi, chard, turnip & carrot tops
Store very well (a month or more): carrots, turnips

While your produce is super fresh, it has not been washed!
Please take care to always wash your vegetables well before enjoying.

Happy Week 6 of the Fall CSA!

Wow! It is hard to believe the Fall CSA is more than half way over. These shorter, ten week seasons really fly by. If you love local leafy greens and beautiful root veggies in the middle of winter, now would be a good time to secure your share of the Winter CSA season. The winter season is also ten weeks long, and runs from 12/4/19-2/5/20. Our growing space is most limited in the winter months, so we only have so many CSA shares to offer. Grab yours today! Don’t forget, sign up before December 1st for 10% off any 2020 CSA shares purchased.

Looking for some ideas for your carrot tops? They’re edible!
Carrot Top Vegetable Broth
Roasted Carrots with Carrot Top Pesto

We also recommend:
Creamy Turnip Soup
Country Turnip Greens Recipe
Stuffed Mushrooms a la Pioneer Woman

Whatever you do with your share this week, we hope you enjoy it, and sincerely appreciate your support of our small (but mighty) family farm!

CSA Fall 2019 Week 5

In your share this week:
Fennel, salad mix, cilantro, red lettuce, green lettuce, arugula, joi choi, carrots, radishes (large share pictured).
Use first (will keep about a week): arugula, cilantro, red lettuce
Store a little longer (about 2 weeks): green lettuce, salad mix, joi choi, fennel
Store very well (a month or more): carrots, radishes
While your produce is super fresh, it has not been washed!
 Please take care to always wash your vegetables well before enjoying.  
Happy Week 5 of the Fall CSA!
Wow! It is hard to believe the Fall CSA is half way over. These shorter, ten week seasons really fly by. If you love local leafy greens and beautiful root veggies in the middle of winter, now would be a good time to secure your share of the Winter CSA season. The winter season is also ten weeks long, and runs from 12/4/19-2/5/20. Our growing space is most limited in the winter months, so we only have so many CSA shares to offer. Grab yours today!
Ok, now, let’s talk about carrots! These little beauties are one of our new favorite varieties, an early producer called ‘Mokum’, and are extraordinarily sweet. We would advocate that you skip peeling them (so fresh and tender!), and you could probably skip cooking them, too — they’re delicious as is!
Whatever you do with your share this week, we hope you enjoy it, and sincerely appreciate your support of our small (but mighty) family farm!