Week 19, Tuesday October 8

1 bunch- White Turnips

1 bunch- Beets

2 heads- Boc Choi

1 bunch- Cherriett Radishes

1 bunch- Brussels Sprout Greens

Sweet Potatoes

Winter Squash

2- Pablano Peppers (Mild)

Onions

4- Happy Hat Sweet Peppers

Optional Shares

Mushroom: Shiitake (Grown by Bulich Mushroom Farm)

Fruit Share:

Joanagold Apples- Grown by Klien Kill Farm

Bosc Pears- Grown by Klien Kill Farm

Dear CSA Member, Boc Choy is Back! It is one of the first vegetables to be harvested in the spring and always makes a return in the fall. This week you will be getting two heads of boc Choy in your shares along with some other return spring items such as the radishes. These vegetables will not grow in the heat of the summer, so it is always nice to see a return of these spring greens. We hope you enjoy! This month we are running a maple syrup special! Celibrate fall and treat yourself or loved one to some delicious locally made NY maple syrup!

Now until the end of October enjoy 5% off all maple syrup! Use code MAPLE at checkout!

Enjoy the harvest! Candice

Let's Get Cookin! Turnips: Turnip and Potato Patties OR Braised Turnips with Greens Beets: Raw Beet Salad OR Roasted Beets with Sauteed Beet Greens Boc Choy: Boc Choy & Ham Gratin OR Boc Choy Stir Fry Radishes: Garlic Roasted Radishes OR Baked Radishes Brussels Sprout Greens: Use as you would collard greens. Sauteed Tops with Onions and Garlic Winter Squash: Winter squash Pie OR Butternut Squash & Lentil Soup Pablano Peppers: Southwest Stuffed Pablano Peppers OR 30 Pablano Pepper Recipes Happy Hat Sweet Peppers: Slice and use as you would a sweet pepper. OR Great for stuffing! Shiitake Mushrooms: Butternut Squash stuffed with Quinoa and Mushrooms

*******NEW******* Decorative real Pumpkins are available through the online marketplace per member request! Limited availability, order soon if interested.

Storing Tips:

Turnips / Beets / Radishes - wrapped in a towel and placed in the crisper drawer. Boc Choy / Brussels Sprout Tops- wrapped in a towel and placed in the refrigerator. Peppers / Sweet Potatoes / - in the crisper drawer.

To Freeze: Greens-Peppers-Winter Squash-Sweet Potatoes

How to blanch produce to freeze for a later date.

To can/ Preserve:

Beets-Radishes

Not to Freeze, and Use Up:

Onions

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.

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Stoneledge Farm LLC

145 Garcia lane

Leeds, NY 12451-1361


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