CSA Weekly Recipes

2022 CSA Week 4 Recipes
We’re excited to include our first harvest of strawberries for you this week. We planted our strawberry crop last spring, so the crop has been a year in the making. We hope to have strawberries for the next few weeks. We’re picking everyday, so in a few weeks time we’ll be ready for the plants to finish producing... We are very busy these days, trying to fill up every inch of bed space with new transplants. We had a few days of intense heat which were a challenge for both our crew and our plants, but that has been followed by a nice soaking rain and clouds. We have a lot of transplants that are establishing themselves and should be adding new leaves by next week. We hope you have a great week, and thank you for supporting our farm!
 

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2022 CSA Week 3 Recipes
We have another great selection of spring veggies for you this week. The farm is like a busy bee hive these days. We have a crew of 8 plus us doing lots of weeding and planting. We still have a lot of crops to establish, but we’re happy with our progress so far. Our broccoli crop was a bit stunted from the spring rain, so the initial  heads are small, but we should be able to have nice lateral cuttings once the plants grow larger. These are some of the tastiest carrots and radishes we’ve grown, and the roasted carrot recipe is delicious. Leave some of the tops on before roasting to incorporate some tasty greens into your dish. We love hearing about all the great things you guys make with the produce. Thank you for supporting us and our farm!
 

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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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