- Golden Globe Turnips – 1.5+ lb.
- Baby Arugula – .38 lb.
- Sweet Potatoes – Orange & Korean White Varieties – 5 lb.
- Broccoli – 1 head
- Parsley – 1 bunch
- Guy Lon (Chinese Broccoli) – 1 bunch
Notes from the GEOF farmhouse kitchen…
IN YOUR BOX…
Golden Globe Turnips – This is the first year we’re growing this variety. They are delicious roasted or try this week’s recipe.
Parsley – I’ve been mincing parsley and adding to all of our soups. It’s especially good in minestrone or chicken soup.
Broccoli – We’re finishing up the harvest, so everyone is getting one head this week. I’m using mine in a broccoli quiche – it’s just the right amount!
Guy Lon – Also known as Chinese Broccoli – you can eat the leaves, the florets and the stems! Chop up in 1″ pieces in stir-fries or just steam and toss with garlic and olive oil.
Arugula – So tender! Thank goodness we didn’t lose this planting to a hard freeze yet. It’s quite special enjoying arugula salads in November…
Sweet Potatoes – Your shares include a mix of two different varieties. You’re probably very familiar with the orange flesh and skinned type. The other is white fleshed with purple skin, and it’s a special Korean variety that we tried growing for the first time this year. We’ve been blown away by its super sweet and nutty flesh. What do you think? Should we grow it again next season? Just wash the skin and pop these whole in the oven at 350F until soft. It’s the easiest and best way to prepare them.
Bon appetit! – Maggie
In a bag in the fridge… Turnips, Arugula, Guy Lon, Parsley, Broccoli
On the counter or in a cool (but not cold), dry spot… Sweet Potatoes
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.
The deadline to register for our Early Winter CSA Program is November 9th! 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/
Lewis Waite Farms: Delivery is today / Order for Thanksgiving
We are excited to announce that the wonderful Lewis Waite Farm that brings us our incredible grass-fed, free range, and/or organic meats and more will be offering both Stonewood Farms All Natural Turkeys and Can-Am Farms Organic Turkey, the farmers that bring you Oliver’s organic eggs. Please contact the farm directly (see above link) to place your order. You will be able to pick up your Turkeys at Alewife, as usual. We will let you know the exact date and time. Want to place an order for next delivery or for Thanksgiving: http://csalewiswaitefarm.com/register?csa=fc6f57e492f063c86abe88df66b02999
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