Purple Curly Kale This kale is from MX Morningstar Farm. Our kale is coming along but isn’t quite ready to harvest yet. Try some brightly colored kale chips, steamed greens, soups, or casseroles.
Tomato All the tomatoes in your share are from our farm- the many gorgeous green fruits are finally starting to ripen more rapidly! Most are ripe and ready to eat but some may need a few days on your counter top. Consider keeping the cherry tomatoes in your refrigerator as they tend to split when they get super ripe.
Cayenne Hot Pepper The long thin red peppers are spicy! You can dry them if you don’t use this week.
Cherry Bomb Peppers The little round red peppers are spicy, but also a bit sweet. The flavor is quite lovely if you like spice!
Sauerkraut This lactofermented kraut is full of good healthy gut bacteria. It will store well in the fridge for months.
Parsley Perfect for Mediterranean recipes, blending up in dips with garlic, or adding to soups and salad dressings.
Gold Potatoes These beauties are from MX Morningstar Farm. We don’t have a ton on our farm due to poor sprouting and not having planted enough buffer in the spring so we bought some in to supplement. Nobody wants a fall without any potatoes!
Green Beans OR Lettuce OR Peppers We generally try to give everyone the exact same share to make sure no one feels like they missed out. However, this week we had a little of these three precious crops and still wanted to share them with you even though we couldn’t give any of them to everyone. Its a good exercise in practicing acceptance I guess!
Garlic and Onion Well cured and delicious:)
Fennel This crop can be tricky to grow but these are gorgeous! Use the fronds in soups or salads and the bulbs in roasted veggies or salads. Anise lovers- enjoy!
Dill It’s a good potato salad week! Dill is also great in broth, salads, dressings, an dos on. You can also