CSA 2011 - Week #26

What's in the Box - November 22, 23 & 24


The contents of the box may change this week.  Please check back daily for an updated list. You can click on a crop below for recipes and storage information. 

Red Kale OR Collards - 1 bag
Sweet Potatoes - 1 bag
Leeks -OR- Carrots - 1 bunch
Russet Potatoes (baking variety) - 1 bag
Rutabaga* - several pieces depending on size
Romanesco Broccoli - 1 head - Tuesday ONLY
Tatsoi, Frilly Red Mizuna or Baby Red Mustard (all delicious steamed or raw in a salad) - 1 bunch/bag - Wednesday ONLY

*Some of the rutabaga are very small.  We apologize.  Our first planting did not germinate and we had to wait until after the hurriane to seed our second planting.

notes on the share

Happy Thanksgiving!  Your farmers are looking forward to enjoying some time off with their families for the holiday.  But we'll be back to work first thing next week to get ready for the final delivery of the season! 

Renew your Membership for 2012! >> Sign up online now!
We are now accepting renewal applications for our 2012 CSA Season.  Current members are given a priority sign-up period through December 31st.  After that, we will open up our application process to new members.  Many of our sites fill up quickly, so be sure to renew soon to secure your place in the program.

News from the Farm

All will be quiet around the farm for the Thanksgiving holiday.  Farmer Matt will be writing you a special letter reflecting on this past season to be posted in next week's final CSA newsletter.  So stay tuned....


There are still some spaces left in our Winter Share for pick-up at the farm in Jamesport.  See our CSA Winter Share Page for more information.

Explore our Website
We welcome you to explore our website to learn more about our farm and the wonderful things you can do with your weekly share. Check out our CROP GUIDE to find tips on maximizing the life of your veggies, and our RECIPE section to search for ways to cook up your box!


Pureed Rutabaga with Pan-Fried Leeks
Lemon Glazed Sweet Potatoes