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Week 20, Tuesday October 16

2- Sweet Potatoes

1- Acorn Winter Squash

1 head Red Tide Lettuce

1 head Green Oak Leaf Lettuce

1- Boc Choy

1- bunch Red Mustard Greens

1- bunch Arugula

2- Yellow Onions

1- bunch Easter Egg Radishes

1- bunch Swiss Chard

Mushroom & Fruit Shares

Mushroom: Shiitake

Grown by Bulich Mushroom Farm

8- Cortland Apples

Grown by Fix Brothers Orchard

5- Anjou Pears

Grown by Fix Kilien Kill

Fruit Share Recipe: Waldorf Salad

Mushroom Share Recipe: Butternut Squash Stuffed with Quinoa and Mushrooms

Mizuna: Can be eaten raw or cooked. Most commonly added to a fresh salad. When eaten raw this red mizuna adds a beautiful color to a dish.

Mixed Greens Salad with Apples and Maple-Walnut Dressing

Stir-Fried Bok Choy and Mizuna with Tofu

Radishes: Easter-egg Radishes this week. You will notice how tender they are this fall. Beautifully colored with a bright white center. They make a perfect picture!

35 Radish Recipes That Are More Than Just Snacks

Mustard Greens: Like the mizuna you are able to cook this green OR eat raw in a salad. Choose your way!

Mixed Greens Salad with Apples and Maple-Walnut Dressing

Sautéed Mustard Greens

Arugula: Another great salad ingredient but, you can also cook as well.

11 Surprising Ways to Cook With Arugula


Eat Me UP!- Lettuces, Boc Choy, Onions

Freeze: Sweet Potatoes, Winter Squash, Mustard Greens, Arugula, Mizuna, Swiss chard


Email the farm

Blanching Steps

Dear CSA Member,

BUR! The weather forecast is predicting pockets of frost already! It sure feels like October! We hope everyone has been enjoying the fall bounty, along with the delicious salad ingredients you have received this past week. We are always excited for another round of salads in the fall months. They lettuce, arugula and mizuna are always so tender this time of year. The mizuna and arugula add such a nice flavor to a delicious fresh salad. These greens do not have to go in a salad, they are delicious cooked as well.

Special Note: Due to the rain this week it made things a little muddy in the field. We are going to wash all vegetables before we send but you are going to want to give it another good rinse when you get them home.

There are great items available on the marketplace. Stock up on these items for the winter months, or order for gifts. We have local honey, local maple syrup, organic coffee, organic dry beans, organic sriracha sauce, and much more! New to the marketplace is Stoneledge Farm wool. We have blankets, rugs, mittens, scarfs, and yarns. With this chilly weather ahead these items will be sure to keep you warm! Alternatively, order these items for a loved one. They make a great gift.

Our marketplace items sell out quickly this time of year. Please order soon if you are interested.

Login to your member account to place your order.

Marketplace Special-

SPOOKY Ghost Pepper Sriracha Sauce Special.

Purchase ANY Sriracha Sauce on the marketplace and receive 10% off. Use code SPOOKY

The sriracha sauce is organic, locally grown, and produced by Kitchen Garden farm in MA.

Login to your member account to place your order.

Order before 1pm the day before your delivery to receive your order this coming week.

Enjoy the Harvest,

Candice for everyone at Stoneledge Farm

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