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2020 CSA Week 20 Recipes

Fall is here and we are down to the last 9 weeks. The last 9 weeks of the program are some of the best because we have so much variety. We are able to keep our summer crops growing in the greenhouse and the cooler season crops do well outside. We also dont have to worry about losing crops to pest as much. We are still hanging on to summer a little bit with a lot of great salsa ingredients in the bag this week. The recipe on the flyer this week is for a roasted salsa with tomatillos. We make a lot of salsa throughout the summer and we find that roasting the vegetables, especially the tomatillos, adds a nice depth of flavor to the salsa. We hope you all are having a great week!

2020 CSA Week 19 Recipes

We’re still busy bees here at the farm and we’re also enjoying this nice weather as we get the rest of our plants in the ground and start to cover everything. We have lots of great produce and meals for you this week! Our green bean crop is producing well and there are lots of green beans in the share this week. We have a great recipe for those and for the green onions. The green onion-jalapeno bread on the blog this week takes a little preparation time, but it’s definitely worth it! It pairs well with soups or with the pesto that we made from the green onion tops. We also took our last cutting of basil this week, which is always a harbinger of fall. Enjoy the produce and thank you for supporting us!

2020 CSA Week 16 Recipes

This week’s share has great variety- vegetables with a little of every flavor and texture. The butterkin squash in the share this week is a newer variety- a cross between a pumpkin and a butternut. It has vibrant orange flesh and sweet taste. We really enjoyed the shredded squash recipe this week. If you are running out of things to do with tomatoes we recommend the dip recipe below. It can be served hot or cold and is very addicting. We’ve hired more help to get us through fall, and we’re continuing to spend the first half of our weeks planting all the vegetables that thrive once the heat of summer has passed.  Don’t forget to tag us on social media with all your food creations. It’s nice motivation for us during our long days in the field.