CSA Weekly Recipes

2022 CSA Week 2 Recipes
We have some great recipies to test your culinary skills this week. The chinese cabbage was a big hit last year, and we are happy to include it in the bag this week. We love to saute it, but if you love fermented foods it would make great kimchi.  We included white beets which look a little rough on the exterior, but they have a smooth sweet interior.  We also included what might be the last of the leeks for spring. Be sure to use the full greens of both the leeks and the red bunching onions.  If you follow us on social media you know that some of our summer crops are ahead of schedule, and will be here before you know it. Dont forget to tag us when you are showing off your culinary skills on social media. We really enjoyed seeing and hearing about all the meals made from last week’s bags.
 

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2022 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. If you’re new to our program, here are some things that you should know- We try to use minimal packaging so any leafy produce should be stored in plasticware or plastic bags to keep it humid.  If you dont know how to store something ask us and we will be happy to help. We love seeing the food you make so if you ever share something on social media make sure to tag @front9farm. We have a great share to start the season. The leeks and carrots have been grown throughout the winter and should taste nice and sweet. Thank you all for supporting us and our farm!
 

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2021 CSA Week 28 Recipes
We’ve made it to the end of our 2021 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 2021 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 this season. We included the last of our tomatoes in the share this week. Our blog has 2 really tasty recipes which use green tomatoes. Any additional green tomatoes can be left in a paper bag to ripen (breathing their own gases will help them ripen). The larger ones have the most potential, though it may take a few weeks. The celery greens can also be dehydrated in either the oven on low or in a dehydrator, then stored in a jar for winter use, and the same goes for the carrot greens, which will be a nice 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!
 

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