CSA Weekly Recipes

2021 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 include one recipe on this flyer, but we also have four more recipes on our website (front9farm.com/recipes) that use all of the produce in the share. 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.This week’s share has a lot of great spring vegetables. Thank you all for supporting us and our farm!

2020 CSA Week 28 Recipes

It is hard to believe it is the last week of our 2020 CSA season! We will miss seeing your smiling faces and hearing about all the wonderful dishes you have made with our produce. We have really enjoyed getting to know all of you this season, and we’ve been really encouraged by your eagerness to support us as local producers. Please make sure to follow us on social media and maybe come see us at a farmers’ market this winter. We hope you all have a great Thanksgiving are able to share many delicious meals with your families. This last week we include some great recipes for your Thanksgiving feast- a savory dressing recipe, a simple pepper dip, and a great tomato & ground cherry jam that would go great on a charcutery board. Thank you all so much for participating in our CSA this year. Without your support we would not be able to do what we love. Thank you all again. Stay healthy we hope to see you next year!

2020 CSA Week 27 Recipes

We have another great week of produce for you as we start to wind down the season. We only have one more week to go in the 2020 CSA. We were able to include small amount of a variety of crops that squeezed a final bit of production out for us in the last month. We were able to included cherry tomatoes one last time this week, as well as some tasty green tomatoes, which make an excellent chili. The past few weeks we’ve been busy transitioning our high tunnels into winter & spring production which we hope will last into the first few weeks of our 2021 CSA program. Each year we improve our techniques and our handle on production so we’re able to extend our season in both the spring and fall. We hope you enjoy the vegetables this week!

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