Tweets from the Field
Our Weekly Farm Podcast
Stay Connected
Haven’t signed up for our newsletter yet – no worries.
Our Community
« Get them greenhouse rodents | Main | Share 13: Second to last... »

Share 14: All good things...

Well, this is it - the last share of the season!  So, here’s what’s in the box this week:

Potatoes.  You’ll enjoy a mix of blue and white potatoes.  This mix is great for making salt potatoes!

Bell peppers. You’ll see a mix of colored sweet bell peppers.  They’re great for roasting, grilling or eating fresh.  There’s also one last green pepper tucked in there too.

Kale.  Since many of you have talked about enjoying the kale this season, you’ll see one last batch in the box.  This variety is tuscan or dinosaur kale and isn’t often found in the store.  Make a final batch of kale chips!

Eggplant. Yes, the eggplant has been prolific for some reason this year.  Try one of the MANY eggplant recipes we’ve provided.  We freeze batches of eggplant parmesan to enjoy later this winter!

Celery.  Fresh picked celery is so flavorful.  Conventional celery is also part of the dirty dozen because of the number of pesticide residues they’ve often found on celery from the store.  You won’t find any of that here - just awesome celery flavor!

Onion. One last yellow onion for you to enjoy - enough said!

Garlic. One last garlic variety to enjoy as well.  Included this week are some of our smaller varieties that are full of flavor.

Edamame. We love edamame and it also freezes very well.  Here is our favorite way to enjoy but you’ll find lots of recipes online!

Tomatoes. We didn’t know if our tomatoes would survive through the rains early this season but they did and you have a final container of tomatoes in this final share!

Herbs.  At pickup, you’ll also have the option to grab some of the last herbs of the year! 

Thank you for supporting us this year!



Reader Comments (1)

The last of the season is a bittersweet moment- all you're hard summer work is over and now you get to spend lots of time enjoying the fruits of your labor.

October 28, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterLaura

PostPost a New Comment

Enter your information below to add a new comment.

My response is on my own website »
Author Email (optional):
Author URL (optional):
All HTML will be escaped. Hyperlinks will be created for URLs automatically.