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2019 CSA Week 2 Recipes

Week two is here, and these long spring days have provided us with another bounty of delicious produce. The gardens are starting to take off.  The recipe below and others on the website this week will fill you up on greens without leaving you hungry, despite several being meatless. The tatsoi is delicious to both humans and the flee beetles (tiny bite holes), and obviously pesticide-free. Similarly, the Chinese cabbage has sized up nicely but the early heat this past week has sent the plants into flowering. The brassica family is always a gamble in the spring but the nutritional and flavorful benefits make those crops worth the trouble. Thank you all for supporting us!

2019 CSA Week 1 Recipes

We’re so excited to begin the CSA season! We want to thank all of our returning members and welcome all of our new ones. Once again If you dont know how to store something ask us and we will be happy to help. Here are the recipes to kick off week one of our 2019 CSA Program. We try to make the recipes as healthy as possible but feel free to doctor them up however you would like. This weeks ingrediants include some wonderful spring produce.  We love seeing the food you make so if you ever share something on social media make sure to tag @front9farm.

2018 CSA Week 28 Recipes
From spring to summer to fall and winter, it's been a wonderful 28 weeks providing you folks with local produce. We ended our program with vegetables and recipes which are perfect for the Thanksgiving holiday- dressings, casseroles, tasty dips, and hearty soups. We know you have many options for buying produce and we thank you for supporting us and purchasing from our farm. We will miss seeing all of your smiling faces every week. Make sure to keep an eye out for us this winter. We will be growing different things throughout the winter months and attending different markets and events. If you get the chance to come say hi to us, please do. Hopefully you will all join us again next year. We have many plans to expand what we are doing and the CSA will continue to get better and better. Thank you all for supporting us and our farm!

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