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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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Week 15, Tuesday September 10

September 8, 2019

1 head-  Green Cabbage

1 bunch- Curly Kale

Sweet Peppers


Winter Squash

1 bunch- Carrots

1 bunch- Beets

4- Shallots


Optional Shares

Mushroom: Shiitake(Grown by Bulich Mushroom Farm)


Fruit Share:

Bartlett Pears (Grown by Fix Brothers Orchard)

Italian Prune Plums (Grown by Fix Brothers Orchard)


Please Note*  We are nearing the end of the tomato harvest so please use up your tomatoes.



Dear CSA Member,

This week you will notice the harvest begin to change.  There will be fewer tomatoes, as the summer harvest slows down but, there will be delicious carrots as the fall harvest ramps up. Enjoy the tomatoes while they last.  We will be missing them in the coming weeks.  

With the fall crops on the way comes a lot of weighing at the site. It is a good idea to bring your reusable produce bags to the CSA pickup for the remainder of the season. We do have eco produce bags for sale through the Stoneledge Farm Online Marketplace if you are interested. 

To order log in to your member account and click on 2019 Marketplace > Bags & Apparel.

If you need help please let me know.

Enjoy the harvest.




Let's Get Cookin!

Cabbage:  Teriyaki Fried Beef Wraps  OR Sauerkraut In a Mason Jar

Kale:  Roasted Beet and Kale Salad with Maple Candied Walnuts

Winter Squash:  Steam until tender, or bake until tender.  Let cool scoop the squash and enjoy!

Shallots:  Use in place of a regular onion OR Carmalized Shallots


Enjoy 5% off your honey order NOW through the end of September!
Using code HONEY at checkout!
Log in to your member account > 2019 Marketplace


Storing Tips: 

Cabbage- in the refrigerator wrapped in a towel.
Kale- washed in a salad spinner, or washed and wrapped in a towel and placed in the fridge.  
Peppers- in an eco or paper bag in the crisper drawer.
Tomates- on the counter, but use up quick this time of year.
Carrots- in the crisper drawer. 
Beets- in the crisper drawer. 
Shallots- in the crisper drawer. 

To Freeze:

Peppers - Carrots - Kale -Tomatoes - Beets

To can/ Preserve:

Tomatoes, Peppers, Cabbage

How to blanch produce to freeze for a later date.

Not to Freeze, and Use Up: 


Don't Forget!

Bring your Stoneledge Farm reusable tote bag each week to pick up.


Order Deadlines:

Marketplace Mushrooms-12 pm the Friday before your CSA delivery. 

All other Marketplace Items- 1 pm the day before your CSA delivery. 


Copyright © 2019 Stoneledge Farm LLC, All rights reserved.

Our mailing address is:

Stoneledge Farm LLC

145 Garcia lane

Leeds, NY  12451-1361

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