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Goodbye Spring and Hello Summer!  You will notice a little taste of summer in your CSA shares this week.  The first harvest of...

Week 4, Tuesday June 26, 2018

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September 16, 2017

Butternut Winter Squash- 1

1 bunch- Spinach

1 bunch- Leeks

1 bunch- Carrots

1 bunch- Mint

2 lbs.- Red Potatoes

1- Celeriac

Ancho Peppers


Optional Shares this week

Mushroom Share: Grown by Bulich Mushroom Farm



Fruit Share: Grown by Fix Brother and Klein Kill Orchard

1 bag- Prune Plums

1 bag- Fuji Apples


The weather has been cooperating nicely for us.  It almost feels like another round of summer!  This week we have been busy transplanting crops for the late fall season such as lettuces, kohlrabi, bok choi and more.  We also have harvested our winter squash.  With the warm sunny days, we have been having it made for a great week to harvest the winter squash.  Check out our winter squash harvest on Facebook or Instagram.  


Butternut Winter Squash will be in your share this week.  Along with Celeriac and Potatoes.  Try these great recipes below.  


Butternut Squash:  Peel your butternut squash with a vegetable peeler and slice in half, and scoop out the seed.  

Try this Maple Pecan Butternut Squash recipe.  

This tastes even better with a drizzle or Pumpkin Seed Oil, or Butternut Squash Seed oil.  Maple Syrup, Pumpkin, and Butternut Squash seed oil are all available through the online marketplace


Celeriac: Celeriac is a root crop that is used a lot in soups or stocks.  Very strong celery flavor but, it is not the root of celery.  This crop is grown specifically for its root.  

You can also try this delicious Potato and Celery Root (Celeriac) Gratin Recipe

To Peel Celeriac…

  1. Cut off the top just under the stalks creating a wide flat surface to stand the Celeriac upright on a cutting board.

  2. Slide your chef’s knife down the side of the root until all the skin has been removed. 

  3. You can slice or dice the celeriac according to your recipe. 


Prune Plum Recipe: Italian Plum Torte





Candice for Everyone at Stoneledge Farm



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