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2021 CSA Week 20 Recipes

We’re officially into fall, and edging towards the final bit of the season when the day length, light levels, and temperatures are still enough for  plants to continue their growth, so we’re rushing to get all of our plants in the ground before they go dormant through winter. The days are getting shorter and soon enough we will be wishing the sun was a little higher in the sky. This week’s share is filled with some great ingredients.  The broccoli soup recipe was a little indulgent, but very delicious. If you are going to make the soup make sure to get a good cheddar or similar cheese that works well in creamy soups. Thank you all for your support we look forward to providing you some great produce this fall!

2021 CSA Week 19 Recipes

We’re really excited about the share we have put together this week. Honeynut is the winter squash in the bag, and we have been waiting to share this wonderful squash with our wonderful csa members. The flavor is exceptionally sweet and nutty, so we used it in a recipe with very minimal ingredients. The Persian stew is perfect for these cooler nights. You could add a kabob of chicken, lamb, or beef. just marinade with olive oil, garlic, salt, and pepper, and grill. If you aren’t enjoying the cooler weather just know that it’s slowing down many of the  insects that have been causing us issues throughout peak season. Our tomatoes are on the decline, so enjoy them while they last! have a great week!

2021 CSA Week 18 Recipes
It is soup season and we have a wonderful roasted tomato soup recipe this week. Ours was gone soon after we made it, and Annabelle loved it the most so we will have to make it again and  freeze some for winter. Our ground cherry plants are really starting to produce, so we included them this week, with manymore weeks to come. To eat them you pinch off the husk and eat the berry inside. We included highly nutritious sprouting broccoli greens, which can be used similar to collard greens, and are great sauteed with pasta (check out this week’s blog recipe), slow cooked with onions, or in a savory soup. We hope you have a great week and thank you for supporting our farm!