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Week 11, Tuesday August 16 & Farm Visit Sunday, September 4

Week #11 Full Share. Click the vegetable name below for recipes.

Mushroom Share:


Grown by Bulich Mushroom Co.

How to Dry Mushrooms? Click Here

How to Freeze Mushrooms? Click Here

Fruit Share:

1 Bag- White Lady Peaches & Yellow Nectarines

Grown by Klien Kill Orchard & Fix Brother Fruit Farm

**Please return ikea bags next week or take the peaches out and leave the bag at the site to be returned to the farm. Thank you.***

Dear CSA Member, A nice twist on things this week. Fennel will be returning to the box. Great to use in Italian cooking and with all these tomatoes coming you will be sure to come up with a delicious Italian recipe. With the weather being so hot and dry the tomatoes and peppers are just producing like crazy. Also, coming this week is the Italian Cherry Pepper. They have sweet flesh but a real bite if you get the seeds. Farmer Pete has been wanting to stuff these cherry peppers and we will have to give it a try... They look like a good appetizer stuffing pepper. The Italian cherry peppers are round and about the size of a golf ball. They range from green to red. Mark Your Calendars! The Fall Farm Visit will take place on Sunday, September 4th. 11:30 AM - 3 PM 145 Garcia Lane, Leeds NY 12451. Bring your family for a great day on the farm. It is a great day to come to the farm and see how your vegetables are grown, meet your farmers, and walk the fields. We have the grill hot and will have pork, Stoneledge vegetarian chili made by Kim and Mickael of Paradis to Go ( as well as grilled Sweet Corn. There will be fresh fruit, Stoneledge Farm Coffee, and water. We ask that members bring a dish to share so that lunch is a giant potluck get-together. If possible, please bring your place settings, utensils, and cup. We will have pick your own flowers available that day so if you could bring a pair of scissors to that would be great. No pets, please. We look forward to seeing you all and please enjoy this week's harvest! Sincerely, Candice for Everyone at Stoneledge Farm

Storing Tips:

  • Peppers- in the crisper drawer.

  • Tomatoes- Out on the counter or in the refrigerator. (the later in the season you will want to keep the cool to last longer)

  • Fennel- wrap fronds in a bag or towel and store in the refrigerator.

  • Cauliflower- in the crisper drawer.

  • Onions- in the crisper

  • Cabbage- in the refrigerator.

Things To Remember:

  • Marketplace Ordering Deadlines> 12 pm every Friday.


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