Dear CSA Member,
Our favorite time of year! Cool mornings and warm days. The leaves are just begging to change. Before you know it, they will all be painted with beautiful fall colors. We all love this time of year. New this week in your shares is celeriac. This is a Stoneledge Farm staple. Celeriac has such a strong flavor, and multiple ways to use it. We are sure you will love it! Another returning item that everyone will recognize is Boc Choy. Boc Choy, like the lettuces, require cooler growing conditions. Spring and fall are the perfect conditions for the lovely boc choy. We hope you all enjoy this weeks bounty.
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Fruit Share Recipe: Apple Cake
Mushroom Share Recipe: Mushroom Marsala Recipe
Winter Squash: It is that time of year! Winter Squash Soup
Celeriac: This vegetable is harvested for the bulb, and is very flavorful. Great in soups, stews, salads, or we really like it as Gatin. To use just peel the outside skin off. Then chop, or shred for your desired meal.
Potato and Celeriac Gratin
Celeriac Salad (Sellerie Salet)
Boc Choy: This is typically one of the first items you will see in your spring CSA shares. Great for sautéing and makes a great stir fry!
Boc Choy with Ginger and Garlic
Eggplant: A little taste of summer still hanging on!
14 Eggplant Recipes to Take You From Summer to Fall
Winter Squash- Out is a cool dry area, or in the refrigerator.
Potatoes, Onion, Eggplant, Celeriac- In crisper Drawer
Boc Choy, Kale- Damp paper towel in refrigerator.
Herb- Hang to dry, freeze, or in a damp paper towel in refrigerator.
Enjoy the Harvest,
Candice for everyone at Stoneledge Farm