A CSA in Queens, NYC. Founded in 2013.


Bring your family and friends to GEOF’s annual CSA Harvest Festival on SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18th from 11am to 3pm. Good food, cooking demos, kids’ activities, live music, walking tours and more! Come meet your farmers and see how and where your food is grown.   
This event is held at Golden Earthworm Organic Farm on the North Fork – 652 Peconic Bay Blvd, Riverhead, NY

+ FREE for all current CSA members and their guests. 

+ NO RSVP needed. 

+ BRING your picnic (some food available for purchase)

+ STROLLERS welcome & encouraged!

+ WEAR sturdy walking shoes for touring the farm.

See you there!  

We’ve now opened up our registration for our Early Winter CSA Program! This program is separate from our 26-week Full Season CSA. It consists of 3 deliveries (spaced 2 or 3 weeks apart) starting in December. The winter share boxes consist of our own CERTIFIED ORGANIC root vegetables and storage crops like Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Watermelon Radish, Carrots, Beets, Rutabaga, Winter Squash, and possibly Broccoli, Kale and Cabbage. Exact contents may change. We also offer a Cider and Apple Share from Briermere Farms that is not organic.  

Want to learn more and register for the winter share: https://hunterspointcsa.com/winter-share-2015-16-season/

What’s in the box / The fruit shares continue / Lewis Waite delivery is today

  • Sweet Potatoes – 3.5lbs+
  • Beets – 1 quart
  • Green Beans – 1 bag
  • Green Cabbage – 1 head
  • Napa Cabbage – 1 head

Notes from the GEOF farmhouse kitchen…
Green & Napa Cabbage – It’s a cabbage box this week! I happen to love cabbage and we eat it every which way – in soups, salads, roasted, shredded… The green cabbage is new to the box, but we had enough Napa cabbage for one more delivery, so we thought, why not? Is last week’s Napa cabbage still sitting in the back of your fridge? Have no fear…I’ve linked lots of cabbage recipes in our Recipe section below to help you make it through your box. Hey, you may just start loving it as much as we do! 

Green Beans – Farmer Matt wanted me to tell you that the beans are on the large size because we had to wait a few extra days to harvest them after the fields dried out from all that rain. Green beans with toasted almonds are such a treat alongside main dishes this time of year.

Beets – Forget roasting if you don’t feel like turning on the oven. I boil these beets until tender in a pot of water on my stove. Throw them in with the skins on and boil for about 30 minutes. Just watch the water level as they can boil dry quickly. Once they’re cooked, you can slip off the skins easily. I’ve been serving them sliced with butter, salt & pepper and a drizzle of fresh squeeze orange juice and orange zest. So good! 

Sweet Potatoes – These will last a little while as long as they don’t get cold damage, so be sure you DO NOT STORE THEM IN THE FRIDGE! Keep them in a cool (but not cold) spot in your kitchen or pantry. 

Bon appetit! – Maggie

Hooray for fruit shares!!  

Please remember to only take fruit if you have already registered, paid and it says “FRUIT” next to your name on the check-in sheet. Please note: THE FRUIT SHARE IS NOT ORGANIC. PLEASE BE SURE TO WASH THE FRUIT BEFORE YOU EAT IT. 

  • JUST 1 BAG THIS WEEK: mixed Empire Apples and Bosc Pears

Pickup on Tuesday at ALEWIFE, from 5pm – 7pm. All CSA members get a 10% discount on drinks at Alewife throughout the season!

Please remember to bring sturdy bags to carry your produce home.


In a bag in the fridge… Napa Cabbage, Cabbage, Green Beans, Beets
In a dry, medium-warm place… Sweet Potatoes

Delivery from the Lewis Waite Farm is today. Want to place an order for the next delivery: http://csalewiswaitefarm.com/register?csa=fc6f57e492f063c86abe88df66b02999

Do you have a favorite recipe using items from this week’s produce? If so, please share on our FB page:


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