Week #13 — Note from the Farmer

Dear CSA Member,

Don’t forget about the farm visit!
Saturday, September 1st here on the farm.
145 Garcia Lane, Leeds NY 12451.
11:30-3pm

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, James Mikmaus with his observation bee hive, 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.

Make a getaway out of it and enjoy the Catskills!
Use this link and plan your trip today.
See you in September!


LAST WEEK TO ORDER CORN
Story’s sweet corn is available on the Marketplace for one more week. Story’s sweet corn Non-GMO and conventionally grown. It is not organic. There is a limited amount available each week. The order deadline is Friday, August 31 by 1 pm for week #14 delivery. If you need help logging in the marketplace, please let me know.


MARKETPLACE SPECIAL

10% off the white cannellini beans when you use coupon code BEAN at checkout.
Login to your member account to place your order.
Order Deadlines: Mushroom’s and Sweet Corn the Friday before your CSA delivery by 12pm.
All other marketplace orders Monday by 1pm.


Potato Leek Soup Week! Click here for a great recipe!

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

Celery: The LAST week for this tasty celery. Do you still have last weeks? It is Very easy to freeze! And great for winter soups and stews. Click here for step by step freezing recipe.

Tomatoes: Due to all the rain it is best to use your tomatoes right up. Try some of these recipes below.
Black Bean and Tomato Quinoa
Pasta with Roasted Tomatoes and Garlic
Quick Tomato Sauce

Fennel: Fennel is a highly aromatic vegetable mostly used in Mediterranean cooking. The bulb and stems are both edible.
What is Fennel, and How Do I use It?
53 Fresh Fennel Recipes That Make Us Fall for it All Over Again
Chickpea and Fennel Ratatouille
Roasted Fennel with Parmesan

STORAGE
 Leafy Greens- In damp paper towel in the refrigerator.
Tomatoes- Preserve or eat fresh right away.
Onions, Celery- Crisper draw

Eat Me UP!
Onions

Zero Waste!
Freeze, or Can!- Freeze- Greens, Tomatoes, Sweet Peppers

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

Week #10 — Note from the Farmer

Dear CSA Member,

The weather forecast has been very unsettling these past few weeks and again this coming week. We are always keeping our eye on the sky. We are indeed ready for some normal summer weather (aren’t we all!?) This week we will be picking tomatoes again for your CSA shares. We have plum tomatoes available through the online marketplace great for canning and making sauce. If you are interested, please order as soon as possible. With all the rain in the forecast, it is hard to tell how long these tomatoes will last. Login to your member account to place your order. (limited availability)


Sweet corn has been added to the marketplace today for week #11’s delivery. Story’s sweet corn is available on the Marketplace for 4 weeks only. Story’s sweet corn Non-GMO and conventionally grown. It is not organic. There is a limited amount available each week. The order deadline is Friday, August 10th by 1 pm for week #11 delivery. If you need help logging in the marketplace, please let me know.


Don’t forget; We invite you to our annual Fall Farm Festival. Saturday, September 1st here on the farm. 145 Garcia Lane, Leeds NY 12451. Bring your family for a great day on the farm. It is a great day to come to the farm and see how your vegetables are grown, meet your farmers, and walk the fields. We have the grill hot and will have pork as well as grilled Sweet Corn by Kim and Mickael of Paradis to Go http://paradistogo.com Kim will also make a batch of Stoneledge Farm Vegetable Chili. There will be fresh fruit, Stoneledge Farm Coffee, and water. 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.

Make a getaway out of it and enjoy the Catskills! Use this link and plan your trip today.


MARKETPLACE

Fruit and vegetables available in bulk weekly. Check back often for updates. Local Mushrooms, Local Honey, Maple Syrup, Organic Dry Beans, Organic Sriracha Sauce and more.
Login to your member account to place your order.
Order Deadlines: Mushroom’s and Sweet Corn the Friday before your CSA delivery by 12pm.
All other marketplace orders Monday by 1pm.


Tag #stoneledge.farm in your Instagram or Facebook photos and receive 5% off coupon to the marketplace. Send a screenshot of your post to info@stoneledge.farm to receive your coupon. 1 coupon per member per week! (example- share photo, meal photo, picking up your CSA shares)


This week’s recipes! You can find more on our website!

Celery: Stoneledge Farm Celery! Not your average store celery. This is a beautiful dark green and extremely flavorful celery. Easy to freeze for winter soups and stews or enjoy raw with not butter or in a summer salad.

Eggplant: It’s that time of year! How many ways can you make Eggplant? Our favorite is the Italian way! Yum!
BA’s Best Eggplant Parmesan Eggplant Jumbot Crunchy Broiled Eggplant
15 Easy Eggplant Recipes

Lacinato Kale: A long dark green leaf variety of kale. A staple in Italian cuisine. You can sauté, steam and it makes great Kale chips!
Kale Chips Sauteed Kale with Smoked Paprika
Kale Tabbouleh

Tomatoes: So many varieties! Share your favorite tomato recipe! We love tomatoe, mozzarella, basil and balsamic!
Mozzarella and Tomato with Balsamic Vinegar

Hot Peppers: Can be strung up, and hung to dry and use at a later time. Once they are dry you can crush them and use them as needed when cooking.

Mushroom Share – Portobello– Great on the grill this time of year! Or, have you ever tried making a pizza??! 10-minute portobello pizzas

Storage: Leafy Greens- In a plastic bag in the refrigerator.
Tomatoes- Preserve or eat fresh right away.
Peppers- Crisper draw
Onions- Crisper draw
Eggplant- Crisper draw

Eat Me UP!- Onions,
Zero Waste! Freeze, or Can!- Tomatoes, Basil, Celery, Kale, Spinach, Eggplant, Peppers, Tomatoes
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