CSA Weekly Recipes

2019 CSA Week 26 Recipes

We survived the unseasonable cold, though we weren’t too happy about it! Luckily we were able to cover all the important plants and empty the high tunnels of their remaining eggplant and peppers before they froze. All the plants are slowing down, especially now that we’re below 10 hours of daylength, but there’s still plently of work to do and we’ll actually begin to plant some crops in our low & high tunnels for early CSA harvest NEXT year, including garlic, onions, carrots, and spring greens. Two more weeks to go- next week, then we skip the week of Thanksgiving, and the following week is the last for the season. Thank you for supporting us and our farm.

2019 CSA Week 25 Recipes

We don’t need to tell you that the weather has been fridged lately. We Have everything covered up for the winter. Hopefully there will be a few more sunny days in the future to help our winter crops get more established before it gets too dark for anything to grow. In this week’s share we have more delicious root crops, as well as some beautiful mustard greens. Mustard greens have lots of health benefits and can taste great raw. They are also very tasty when lightly sauteed like the recipe below. Only three more weeks to go. Thank you for supporting us and our farm.

2019 CSA Week 24 Recipes

It is about to get very cold this week so we have been busy covering everything up. We are hoping to keep our tomatoes going for the rest of the year. Our winter greens are coming on strong. You guys have already started getting those and will get more the last four weeks of the CSA. In the bag we included one bell pepper and the rest are hot so try not to mix them up. We hope you all have a wonderful week. Thank you for supporting us and our farm.

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