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Dear CSA Member, 

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-Celeriac

2- Sweet Potatoes

1 bunch- Curly Kale

1 bunch- Red Ace Beets

4 - Shallots

1 bunch- Radishes 

1 bunch- Arugula

1 bunch- Mizuna

1 bunch- Mustard Greens

 

 

Optional Shares this week

 

Mushroom Share: Grown by Bulich Mushroom Farm

Crimini

 

Fruit Share: Grown by Fix Brother and Klein Kill Orchard

1 bag- Anjou Pears and Golden Delicious Apples

 

Dear CSA Member, 

 

The weather has been unpredictable these past few weeks.  It has gone from 80 degrees one week to frost the next.  We are now heading back into another warm trend!  The fall leaves are at a standstill and are still mostly green.  This week was the first harvest of Sweet Potatoes!  They look beautiful but haven’t been washed to help keep for members.  (read below)  We also harvested Pop Corn this week!  The PopCorn is harvested and is put in the greenhouse to dry.  It takes a few weeks before the popcorn is ready to POP!  It will be ready for your share in a few weeks! 

 

Sweet Potatoes:  The sweet potatoes WILL need to be washed.  They were harvested right from the fields and packed for your share.  The sweet potatoes will keep a little longer if they do not get wet.  

The Sweet Potatoes have a very thin skin that you are able to eat when cooked (you do not have to peel them).  Whipped Sweet Potatoes taste great with a drizzle of Butternut Squash or Roasted Pumpkin seed oil on top.

 

Celeriac:  Celeriac will be in your shares this week.  A CSA member from the New Rochelle CSA shared on Instagram Celeriac Mash.  (Looked Delicious!  Thank you for posting!)  Check out this link for TEN (YES, 10) THINGS TO DO WITH CELERY ROOT  Click Here

 

Curly Kale and Beets:  Curly Kale aka. Winter Bor / Starbor Kale will be in your share this week as well.  Our favorite kale recipe here on the farm is Roasted Beet and Kale Salad With Maple Candied Walnuts This is a beautiful and tasty salad.  This salad calls for Maple Syrup and Honey that are available through the online marketplace.  

For more Kale recipes Click Here 

 

Greens:  Arugula, Mizuna and Mustard

SALAD OF FIELD GREENS, GORGONZOLA, PEAR & TOASTED WALNUT

 

5 ounces pre-washed salad greens

1 ripe pear, cored and thinly sliced into bite-sized pieces 

1/2 cup toasted walnut halves

4 ounces gorgonzola or other blue cheese, crumbled or shaved 

 

Vinaigrette (makes 1/2 cup) 

3 Tbsp pumpkin seed oil

3 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil

1/2 teaspoon Dijon mustard 

1 Tbsp + 2 Teaspoons lemon juice

1/4 teaspoon salt 

Pepper to taste

 

Make the vinaigrette: with fork or small whisk combine oils and mustard in small bowl. Gradually add lemon juice until combined. Season with salt and pepper. Set aside.

 

In large bowl, combine greens, walnuts, sliced pear. Immediately before serving, toss greens with vinaigrette until lightly coated. Toss in crumbled blue cheese.

http://www.wholeheartedfoods.com/squash-oil-recipes.htm 

 

Check out our Online Marketplace!  The Stoneledge Farm online Marketplace offers honey, maple syrup, coffee, seed oils, mushrooms, fruit, and vegetables in bulk.  Click Here to login to your account to place your order.  

 

Enjoy! 

-Candice for Everyone at Stoneledge Farm

 

What’s in the Bag Week #18

 

Stoneledge Farm LLC

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www.stoneledge.farm

Mailing Address Only:

359 Ross Ruland Road

South Cairo, NY  12482

 

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