CSA 2012 - Week #26 - Final Week

What's in the Share

The week of November 26, 2012 - Final Week of the Season

The contents of the share fluctuate over the week. Please check back often for updates!

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Yellow Potatoes - 1 quart
Beets - 1 piece
Carrots - 2 lbs
Baby Sweet Potatoes - 4 lbs
Green Cabbage - 1 head

Notes on the Share

This is our final week of CSA for the 2012 season.  If you want to make this week's share last you into the holiday season, you're in luck!  They can all be stored well under the correct conditions.  The Beets, Cabbage and Carrots can be stored in the fridge in a plastic bag for about a month.  The Potatoes can be stored in a cool, dark place (not in the fridge) and the Sweet Potatoes should be kept in a cool (not cold) dark place.  

News From the Farm

We've come to the end of another growing season here on the East End of Long Island.  Overall, it was good season for us.  The warm, dry summer was just what our crops needed, and we lost very little to disease (like in past rainy years).  We want to thank you for your membership this season and we hope you will join us again in 2013.  We will be sending out a notice as soon as our renewal application is available on our website in the next few weeks.  Have a very happy and healthy Holiday Season! - Maggie, Matt, James & Galen

Winter CSA Shares STILL AVAILABLE! - We have winter share pick-ups in Jamesport and Port Washington.  Click here to sign up!

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 at any time, for any reason. 


Braised Cabbage with Caraway
Roasted Beets - courtesy of Ina Garten