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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...

Week 4, Tuesday June 26, 2018

June 26, 2018

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Green Leaf Lettuce
Red Butterhead Lettuce
Red Oak Leaf Lettuce
Mustard Greens
Garlic Scapes
Summer Savory

This list may vary slightly due to weather and picking conditions.
*There are some new items in your share this week. Please use this produce ID for help unpacking your box! CLICK HERE

Optional Shares
Portobello Mushroom: -  Grown by Bulich Mushroom Farm
Fruit Shares: Starts the 5th week of delivery.

*There are some new items in your share this week.  Please use this produce ID for help unpacking your box!  CLICK HERE


Let's Get Cookin!

Kale: You can simply saute with garlic and eat as a side or try a cool Kale Salad


Lettuce: Check out a few Lettuce Ideas


Garlic Scapes: Farm Favorite Garlic Scape Pesto


Summer Savory: Hang to dry and use as needed.  Cooking with Summer Savory



Portobello  Mushrooms


Dear CSA Member, 

Another hot and very dry week with more of the same weather to come.  Irrigation has been keeping the field watered but it is never the same as a good soaking rain.  The sun is shining and it really does feel like the beginning of summer.
Lettuce is the star of the share this week.  The lettuces are beautiful with their vibrant colors and leaf shapes.  There is also Frizee to add to your salad.  
Escarole is in the share and should not be confused with a lettuce.  It has a thicker, tougher leaf and is best cooked as it has a slightly bitter taste.  Along with dry beans, escarole makes a wonderful soup. 
Scapes, Kale, and Mustard Greens can all be used fresh or cooked.  
We all welcome new baby Emma June Kavakos.  Candice and Emma are doing great and Grace is happy to have a new baby sister.


We hope you enjoy this week's harvest!




Deborah for Everyone at Stoneledge Farm



Storing Tips: 

  • Lettuce / Mizuna- Rinsed in a well-drained salad spinner in the refrigerator. 

  • Kale- In a damp cloth in the refrigerator OR in a well-drained salad spinner in the refrigerator. 

  • Garlic Scapes- In the refrigerator crisper drawer. 

  • Summer Savory- Hang to dry and use as needed.

Things To Remember:

  • Fruit Shares begin the fifth week of delivery.

  • Bulk Mushrooms- 12 pm the FRIDAY before your delivery. 

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

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