Tuesday October 31, the last week of the 2023 season
Pete Sr., Jesus, Connor, Geo, Julian, Pete Jr., Baby Pete III, Candice,Deborah, Jeremy, Danny, Jr., Juan, Grace, Emma
Week #22 (last CSA pickup)
Week #22 Full Shares
Week #21 SMALL SHARES
Mushroom: 1 bag- White Button Mushrooms Grown by Bulich Mushroom Farm
Bread: 1 loaf- Arborio Made by See & Be Bakery
Fruit: Grown by Fix Bro. Fruit Farm
Bosc Pear- 10
Evercrisp Apples- 9
Dear CSA Member, We can't believe it is the end of the season already. We again thank all the volunteers at the CSA pickup locations for making the CSA possible. And we wanted to thank our wonderful farm crew! They have worked so hard to produce such beautiful produce for all our CSA members all season. Everyone is so important to the farm and we are so grateful to have such a dedicated, hard-working, and caring crew. Tonight we have our annual farm staff Thanksgiving! Deborah makes a delicious Thanksgiving dinner for everyone and we are able to sit and reflect on our past season with gratitude. It is always so bittersweet this time of year. We are also celebrating Danny's firstborn baby boy!! He was born yesterday at 3p.m. and is doing great. What a blessing! We hope you enjoy the final week's harvest. A lot of these items will store just fine to use up in the coming weeks. Reminder to let your popcorn sit a little while longer in a hot dry place. When you twist your popcorn and the kernels start to drop then it is ready for popping. And fruit share members, the apples and pears will last awhile. They are good storing apples and pears so no rush to eat them up. We plan to open the 2024 season registrations on November 1st with a discount code for all early signups. Keep an eye out for that email that will be sent out soon. We hope you enjoy the harvest, and we wish you a healthy winter season! Candice for everyone at the farm
Need a recipe idea? www.csarecipes.com
Storing Tips: (we have produce bags available on our marketplace)
Radishes: in the crisper drawer, or in a produce bag in the refrigerator.
Lettuce: rinsed and stored in your salad spinner or produce bag.
Garlic: stored in a cool dry place.
Shallots: stored in a produce bag in the refrigerator, or in the crisper drawer.
Potatoes: in the crisper drawer, or in a produce bag in the refrigerator.
Winter Squash: in a dry place. Use within a week.
Popcorn: in a sunny dry place. Use in two weeks.