What's in the Share
The week of October 15, 2012
The contents of the share fluctuate over the week. Please check back often for updates!
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Butternut Squash - 1 piece
Green Kale - 1 bunch
Escarole - 1 head
Radicchio - 1 head
Broccoli - 2 pieces
Fennel - 2-3 pieces
Dill OR Cilantro - 1 bunch
Spinach - 1 large .75lb bag
Bonus! Garlic seconds - 1 or 2 small pieces. Some garlic is missing a clove or two. We are using up the slightly damaged garlic which still has many good quality cloves. The brown discoloration on some of the cloves is just on the surface and is cosmetic, although you may want to cut it off before using.
FRUIT SHARE - LONG ISLAND SITES
Tuesday - 1 mixed bag Empire and Mutsu Apples
Wednesday - 1 mixed bag Empire and Mutsu Apples
Thursday/Friday - 1 mixed bag Empire and Mutsu Apples
Notes on the Share
More delicious fall greens (the spinach is delightful lightly sauteed), plus fennel and fall broccoli! Check our recipe section for more cooking ideas. And try the escarole and fennel salad recipe below which is absolutely fantastic!
News From the Farm
Our Harvest Festival was a huge success. Thank you to everyone who came out to the farm for the day!
A special thank you to Barbara Garriel (www.barbaragarriel.com) for the great music and kids entertainment, and our wonderful chef/bloggers Alexa Weitzman (www.sustainablepantry.com) and Sonya and Gaby Gropman (www.germanjewishcuisine.com). Also thanks to Stacey Ornstein of Allergic to Salad (www.allergictosalad.com) for running the fabulous kids cooking workshop and Kathryn Casey Quigley of North Fork Education Initiative (www.northforked.org) for bringing the kids crafts!
Connect with your Farm
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 BLOG with pictures and videos of our farming practices! Or find RECIPES and join the community on our FACEBOOK page!
If you have questions or concerns about your share, please do not hesitate to contact us. That is one of the benefits of knowing where your food comes from! Your farmers are happy to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org at any time, for any reason.