Week #23 — Note from the Farmer

Dear CSA Member,

The season is nearing an end with only one week remaining after this delivery. We wanted to remind you that the last CSA delivery will be Tuesday, November 13th. This week your shares will be full of all that the late season has to offer. You will be receiving garlic, popcorn, carrots sage and more. We just planted our garlic crop for 2019. The seed is the garlic that was grown this year. Each head is split into cloves and the cloves planted. Each clove will become a garlic head next season. The cloves overwinter in the field to sprout in the spring. The cycle continues.

The 2019 CSA season is open for signups. You can order your share for the 2019 CSA season by logging into your member account.

Use coupon code CSA15 at check out for $15 off your full vegetable share and a FREE 1lb. jar of honey.


Use code CSA7 for $8.00 your half, fall, spring or alternate vegetable share (ONLY if your CSA location offers these shares)

OFFER ENDS 11/10/18 AT 1 PM

Marketplace Items are still available but stock is limited!

Coffee, Honey, Maple Syrup, Stoneledge Farm Yarn and Wool Products, Cook Books, Dry Beans, Mushrooms in Bulk, Veggies in bulk (Great for freezing, Seed Oils, Sriracha Sauce and more! Place an order for great gift giving this year!

Our marketplace items sell out quickly this time of year. Please order soon if you are interested.

Login to your member account to place your order.


10% off all Marketplace items while supplies last!

Use coupon code MARKET

Order before 1pm the day before your delivery to receive your order this coming week. Mushroom marketplace orders need to be placed the Friday before your delivery by 12pm.

Popcorn: Popcorn for the first time this season! Follow the steps in this video and you will have a delicious bowl of popcorn to enjoy!

Popping Popcorn Directions

Daikon Radishes: This particular type of radish taste best when cooked. They make delicious Fries!

Daikon Fries or try these other great recipes below…

Diakon Curry Sweet Pickled Daikon Radish Radish Kimchi

Turnips: Purple globe turnips this week! They have a really vibrant purple to show off.

Turnip and Potato Patties Pancetta and Sesame-coated Turnips

Kale: You can use this type of kale in place of most recipes calling for kale.

Potato and Kale Soup Portuguese Kale Soup


Eat Me UP!– Potatoes, Garlic, Lettuce

Freeze– Carrots, Radishes, Kale, Mustard, Mizuna

Dry: Sage (hang to dry and use as needed) and Popcorn

Enjoy the Harvest,

Candice for everyone at Stoneledge Farm

Note from the Farmer Week #22 — how to use the popcorn, plus recipes for winter squash , daikon radish and kohlrabi

Week #22

Dear CSA member,

The season is slowly winding down. We have two more deliveries after this week. Now is your chance to stock up on Marketplace items for the winter or even vegetables in bulk for your Thanksgiving dinner! The online Marketplace offers honey, maple syrup, coffee, and seed oils. We also offer every week fruit in bulk and veggies in bulk. This week we have kale, collards, turnips, carrots, and celeriac. Items are limited! If you are interested, please order as soon as possible.

To order from the Marketplace, click here

This week you will be getting POPCORN in your share! Along with Daikon radishes. Below are some helpful tips for using your popcorn and Daikon radishes.


Take the kernels from the cob . Do this by twisting both hands on the cob. The kernels will fall off.
Use 1/2 cup of kernels for a large bowl of popcorn or 1 corn cob
Add 1 tbl. of oil to large pot with lid.
Add popcorn and cover. Do not lift cover until all of the popcorn is popped. If you lift the lid too much, the popcorn will not pop.
Add butter, salt or your favorite flavoring and enjoy!

Pumpkin / Winter Squash Pie: For this dish, you can use either pumpkin or winter squash. It is a great recipe! Click here for the recipe.

Daikon radish: Daikon radishes are a milder tasting radish. They become sweeter when they are baked. One of our favorite ways to eat the daikon is by making crispy daikon fries! Enjoy with a meal, snack or as an appetizer!

Kohlrabi: Kohlrabi is slightly crunchy with a little spice to it. It can be eaten raw, made into a grated slaw, or boiled or baked. Click here for some helpful ways to prepare and eat kohlrabi.

-Candice for everyone at Stoneledge Farm