Week #14 — Note from the Farmer

Dear CSA Member,

Farm Visit!
Saturday, September 1st here on the farm.
145 Garcia Lane, Leeds NY 12451.

Bring your family and friends for a day on the farm. It is a great day to come to the farm and see how your vegetables are grown, and meet your farmers. We have the grill hot with pork, Story’s Sweet Corn along with a Stoneledge Farm vegetable chili made by Kim and Mickael of Paradis to Go. There will be Stoneledge Farm Coffee, and water. Also attending that day is Heather Ridge Farm with grass fed meats, candles and more, and Lewis Waite Farm. There will be farm field walks, wagon rides, children activities, and you can even pick a bouquet a flowers to take home.

We ask that members bring a dish to share so that lunch is a giant potluck get together. If possible, please bring your place settings, utensils, and cup. No pets, please.

%10 off the white cannellini beans when you use coupon code BEAN at checkout.

Butternut Squash: Should be used up quickly. Again, due to all the rain they will not hold as long as normal. There are many ways you can cook this squash, boiled, baked, sautéed. Anyway you choose it will be delicious! Try these great recipes.
Butternut Squash Stuffed with Quinoa and Mushrooms
Sautéed Butternut Squash with Garlic, Ginger & Spices

Tomatillos: Great is Mexican or Spanish cooking! Make them Spicy, Make them sweet. Either way you prefer!
Baked Shrimp With Tomatillos

Edamame Beans: Rich in fiber, antioxidants and vitimin K. Commonly found in Asian, Japanese cuisine’s.
How to prepare fresh Edamame
10-Minute Restaurant-Style Steamed Edamame

Cilantro: Easy One Skillet Creamy Cilantro Lime Chicken
91 Bold and Savory Cilantro Recipes

Storage: Cabbage,Tomatillos, Onions, Soy Beans – In crisper

Eat Me UP!- Tomatillos, Cilantro, Onions, Soy Beans
Zero Waste! Freeze, or Can!- Butternut Squash, Cabbage, Eggplant
Have questions on how to preserve some these items?
Email the farm info@stoneledge.farm
Blanching Steps

Enjoy the Harvest,
Candice for everyone at Stoneledge Farm