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2018 CSA Week 22 Recipes
This week’s share includes several tasty members of the allium family- leeks and bunching onions. Both of these crops are primarily desired for their tender white parts, but the greens are delicious in their own right, and can be used in pestos, in soup stocks, or fried as crispy garnishes. We added some variety to the leafy green rotation by including radish greens, which are tasty sauted, or in a pesto, or in a soup, such as in the recipe on the blog this week. Thank you for supporting our farm, and have a wonderful week!
2018 CSA Week 21 Recipes
Fall is finally here. Even though the weather is a bit colder we have plenty of wonderful veggies for the rest of the year. The cold weather will make the leafy greens produce more sugar and taste even more delicious than they already do. Butternut is a favorite winter squash among many CSA members and we have it again for you this week. We have some big projects coming up on the farm. There are a few more crops to transplant and then we will be installing hoops and covering a large portion of the garden, about 1/3rd of an acre, in greenhoiuse film and row cover. We plan to keep many cold-tolerant crops going throughout the winter months. Check our instagram and facebook this winter to see what winter markets we will be attending.
2018 CSA Week 20 Recipes
We took a week off and did not cook the recipes this week do to our farm dinner. We were very busy this week and the recipes are a lot of work. We hope everyone can understand. We will have recipes every week for the rest of the year.

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