Judi has suggestions for Hanukkah and Thanksgiving, plus an easy way to prepare brussel sprouts.
Happy Thanksgiving and thank you everyone for a great year!
Only Judi can suggest such interesting recipes that are so intriguing to try. Check out the beet hummus!
Need ideas what to do with your beets, kale, potatoes and carrots. Judi has some great suggestions.
Judi has some great ideas what to do with all our tomatillos and cabbage. Also easy pickling!
UPDATED LIST — Posted Monday evening
- Green beans – 1 pound
- Tomatoes – 2 (These are probably the last of the tomatoes.)
- Asian eggplant – 2
- Edamame -1 bunch. (Edamame are soybeans. Pluck the pods from the stalk and rinse. Steam the pods for 5 or so minutes. Drain. Sprinkle salt on the warm pods and pop the beans out of the pod.
- Carrots – 4
- Dill -1 bunch
- Broccoli – 2 heads
- Red onions – 2
- Cabbage-1 head (The cabbage will keep in your refrigerator. Great for making sauerkraut in a Mason jar or coleslaw. Recipes for both can be found on the farm website in the recipe section.)
- Potatoes – 2 pounds
- Peppers- 2
- Habanero hot peppers – take as many as you like. (Habaneros are a very hot pepper, and caution is needed when preparing and eating.)
- 1 bag Bartlett pears
- 1 bag nectarines
- 1 box Concord grapes
Dear CSA Member:
Fall weather has been creeping in. It was almost cold this morning. We are bound to have warm days again, but the seasons are changing. The sound of the insects is loud and constant. The sun is shining brightly but just does not have the intensity that we felt during the last month.
The garden is also moving to a new season. There will still be a few of the summer vegetables that we will pick until the patch is finished. The fall vegetables are almost calling to us to be picked. We have dug carrots this week and potatoes. The root crops have been growing from early spring time and are now mature. The carrots still have that delicious real carrot flavor but are a bit sweeter. The cold weather gives many of the vegetables either a brighter color or slightly sweeter flavor.
There are a limited number of 1/2 bushel boxes of green beans available through the CSA Marketplace. If you would like to freeze beans for the winter, this will be the last of the green beans. Green beans will also be in the CSA share this week.
Enjoy the last of the summer vegetables as we move into fall. Thank you to all who were able to visit on Saturday. If you have photos that you would be willing to share, please send them to email@example.com and I will post as many as I can on the farm Facebook page.
Deborah for everyone at Stoneledge Farm.
This week’s recipes include off the beaten track recipes for tomatoes.
Here is Week 24 newsletter. Happy Thanksgiving!
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