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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...

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1 head- Romanesco 

1 bunch- Lacinato Kale

2- Jalapeño Peppers (VERY HOT use with CAUTION)

1 bunch- Swiss Chard

1 bunch- Chioggia Beets

1 bunch- Scallions

1 bunch- Specialty Radish

1 bunch- Sage



Optional Shares this week

Mushroom Share

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Fruit Share: (Grown by Tousey Farm & Fix Brother Orchard) 

1 basket- of Concord Grapes

1 bag - Seckel Pears & Cortland Apples 



Dear CSA Member, 


Happy Fall!  It is the first day of fall and it is 85 degrees!  The weather has been hot and dry these past few days and will be 87 on Sunday!  We have been preparing for the fall season’s harvests along with cleaning out the fields from summer.  Below are some tips on some of the items you will be receiving in your CSA share this week.  


Sage:  A Southern Europe and Mediterranean herb.  Pairs well with poultry. 


Kale:  It is that time of year again.  All the Kale is growing beautifully.  This week in your share you will be getting Lacinato Kale also know as “dinosaur kale”.  Check out this great link for Kale that was sent in from one of our CSA members.  Keep this link handy for the remainder of the season!  Click Here


Specialty Radishes:  This week you will be getting some specialty radishes.  It is the first picking of the fall radishes. The radishes have beautiful greens you can make a small salad with.  It tastes great with a sweet dressing.  


Chioggia Beets:  Italian Heirloom variety beet.  When sliced open you will notice beautiful stripes of red and light pink. 


Fruit Share Members:  This week you will be getting Concord Grapes, Seckel Pears, and Cortland Apples. 

*Concord Grapes- Grown by Tousey Farm  Delicious sweet grape.  Concords are a slip skin grape.  You squeeze the grape and the pulp will slip out.  All parts of the grapes are good for you. You can eat the skin, pulp, and the seed if you choose.  Try this Concord Grape Muffin Recipe. 

*Seckel Pears - Grown by Fix Brothers Farm(small sweet pear.)  Let them sit out for a couple days to soften slightly. 



-Candice for Everyone at Stoneledge Farm

Stoneledge Farm LLC

Mailing Address Only:

359 Ross Ruland Road

South Cairo, NY  12482


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