Fall is here in all it’s glory all of a sudden. We had a little frost Saturday morning, it’s cool, damp and cloudy out now, and temperature predictions for this week are filled with 50’s and 60’s. It feels glorious to me! The late season crops are looking a happier out there too. Here is a picture of our radicchio which is in the share this week.
This is a brand new crop for our CSA this year. We have some recipe ideas on how to use it under the Autumn Recipes posted by Andeana last week which was her last week with us for 2019. You will also find some ideas on how to use the Long Island Cheese Pumpkin which is also in the share this week!
Andeana, did a wonderful job coming up with recipes for each CSA share and we were lucky to have her as a part of our farm crew the past two years!
We’re still in great hands as we have Alley, Brian, and Joyce still here to carry the torch to the CSA finish line. They continue to bring in the harvest, clean up the beds of crops that have finished, and make preparations to the fields for next year. This month we will be planting the garlic for 2020!
Here is the share for week 21.
Long Island Cheese Pumpkin
White Sweet Potatoes
Celeriac – also know as root celery, recipe ideas in Autumn recipes post
Swiss Chard, Kale, Collard Greens, Sweet Peppers, Hot Peppers, Winter Squash, Okra, Red/Golden Beets, Broccolini, Dry Beans