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Week #4

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...

Week 4, Tuesday June 26, 2018

June 26, 2018

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Week 6, Tuesday July 10

July 8, 2018

What’s in the Bag?


4- Garlic Scapes

2- Early Cone Cabbage

Summer Squash


2- Fennel

1- Escarole

1 bunch- Red Scallions

1 bunch- Kohlrabi

Will send Update


Mushroom & Fruit Shares

Mushroom: Oyster

Grown by Bulich Mushroom Farm

Fruit:1 basket Sweet Cherries

Grown by Fix Brothers Orchard

Fruit:2 basket Blueberries

Grown by Gregg Farms


Week #6

Dear CSA Member, 


We hope everyone had a wonderful 4th of July!  It sure was a hot one, but we seem to be breaking the heat wave.  As the lettuce winds down the summer vegetables are starting to ramp up.  It is just about peak harvest for the summer squash, and the cucumbers and eggplant will soon follow.  As we pick, wash and pack for your weekly CSA shares we are still planning, seeding new vegetables and preparing the fields for fall crops.  Such as lettuces, kale and more.  The weather has been pretty cooperative allowing us to get a lot of work done.  We hope you enjoy this weeks bounty. 


Online Marketplace:  We have vegetables, fruit, and herbs available this week in bulk. We also have local honey, maple syrup, organic sriracha sauce, organic dry beans and more!  Login to your member account to place your order.  All marketplace orders will be delivered with your CSA shares.  Please order by 1 pm the day before your CSA pickup to guarantee your delivery.  Marketplace mushroom ordering deadline is Friday’s 12 pm before your CSA delivery. 


Marketplace Special: 5% off a 4lb. jar of honey.  Use code Honeybee to access this Pollination Special for the month of JULY!




Tag in your Instagram or Facebook photos and receive 5% off coupon to the marketplace.  Send a screenshot of your post to to receive your coupon.  1 coupon per member per week!  (example- share photo, meal photo, picking up your CSA shares) 


This week’s recipes!  You can find more on our website!

Red Ace Beets: Beets provide impressive health benefits and are delicious too!  Eat them raw, steamed or baked.  Don’t forget to use the greens!  Raw Beet Salad  -  Beet Chocolate Cupcakes -  Easy Cooked Beets


Early Cone Cabbage:  A very tender and sweet early cabbage.  Can be eaten raw or cooked. Creamy Cone Cabbage And Red Onion Slaw   

Grilled Cabbage Wedges with Spicy Lime Dressing


Summer Squash: Can be baked, sautéed, steamed, boiled or even grilled.  Chocolate Zucchini Bread A farm Favorite!  (You can use any of the summer squash) Grilled Summer Squash  Summer Squash Fritters 


Fennel: Fennel is a highly aromatic vegetable mostly used in Mediterranean cooking.  The bulb and stems are both edible.   

What is Fennel, and How Do I use It?

53 Fresh Fennel Recipes That Make Us Fall for it All Over Again

Chickpea and Fennel Ratatouille  Roasted Fennel with Parmesan


Escarole: A member of the leafy chicory family.  Is bitter when eaten raw and mild flavor when cooked.  Mix with other greens for a salad, sauté, or braise with white beans. Escarole and White Bean Soup   Escarole 101


Kohlrabi: Kohlrabi is a member of the cabbage family.  It can be eaten raw (grated in coleslaw or salad), pickled, or cooked (in soups or stews, or as a baked side dish) Red Lentil, Kohlrabi and Grain Curried Salad   

Kohlrabi Slaw


Mushroom Share - Oyster: Was first cultivated in Germany and is now grown worldwide. May lower cholesterol levels, Alleviate Inflammation, Packed with Antioxidants, Boost Brain Health OYSTER MUSHROOMS, GARLIC, AND GREEN ONIONS SAUTE (PALEO, GLUTEN FREE)


Storage Tips:  

Eat Me UP!- Fennel, Scallions, Cucumbers


Zero Waste!  You can freeze or dry me! - Cabbage, Summer Squash, Kohlrabi  How to Blanch Before You Freeze


Enjoy the Harvest, 

Candice for everyone at Stoneledge Farm


Stoneledge Farm LLC

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