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2022 CSA Week 28 Recipes

We’ve made it to the end of our 2022 CSA season! We’ve strived to grow the best produce we are capable of, and we can honestly say that we put our all into this 2022 season. We’ve improved year over year, as many of our returning members have witnessed, and we hope you’ve created many delicious meals with the help of our produce throughout the season. The vegetables we included work well in a Thanksgiving spread, or you could chop everything together and make a very hearty soup. All of the leafy vegetable tops can be dehydrated and then added as a green addition to soups and stews in the depths of winter. Thank you for sticking with us through spring, summer, and fall. We wish you all a wonderful holiday season! Thank you for supporting our farm!

2022 CSA Week 27 Recipes

We’ve reached the second to last week of our CSA program, and we’re finishing the season out with a mix of cold hardy vegetables. Also, the small sweet peppers included in the bag are a mix of green and colored, though if you leave the green peppers in a bag in your fridge, they will most likely ripen and sweeten over a week or two. We’re finally beginning to cover all of our winter crops due to the hard frost in the forcast for next week. We’ll harvest these cold hardy crops from December through next spring, and you can shop our winter selection at the Boyert’s Farmers Market in Medina, or at the Countryside Farmers Market in Peninsula, both occuring on select Saturdays. Have a great week!

2022 CSA Week 26 Recipes

We are thankful for recent warm sunny weather. It’s allowed us to focus on transplanting and has allowed plants to continue sizing up. Typically, when we have hard frosts or snow at this time of year, we’re performing harvest triage where we must either cover or cut all crops of value. We love that our CSA program allows us to continue to connect with you all even though the outdoor market season has ended. We still have great produce this time of year, with great flavors and textures now that the heat of summer has passed. We hope you enjoy this week’s produce!

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