Spring CSA Week 3

Happy late Earth Day!  Although there’s no such thing as late since we celebrate earth everyday.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coming out of the earth for you this week we have:

Lettuce

Scallions

Rainbow Chard

Carrots

Beets

Dill

Ruby Grapefruit

Some tips:

Lately I’ve been into . . . → Read More: Spring CSA Week 3

Spring CSA Week 2

It was so nice to greet all of our new members last weekend at the farmers market.  Hope you enjoyed your first spring share.  This week we have an exciting variety of crops ready for harvest so we can look forward to a week of good eatin!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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First Week of the Spring CSA

The Spring CSA begins this week!  Welcome to all the new members, we hope you enjoy the experience of eating the veggies we grow and harvest just for you.  The Spring CSA is a mini season (ending at the end of May) so if you like it, you’ll have a chance to join our . . . → Read More: First Week of the Spring CSA

CSA Week 20

This is the last share of the Fall CSA.  I hope everyone enjoyed it!  We had a great time growing food for our community this beautiful South Florida season.  Seamlessly, next week we start the Spring CSA so stay tuned for more posts about what we are harvesting.  If you’ve already joined the Spring . . . → Read More: CSA Week 20

CSA Week 19

Second to last.  Except for the 7 extra weeks of Spring Shares!  Here’s the list for this week plus some kitchen inspiration.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The line up:

Carrots (with tops)

Rainbow Chard

Pei Tsai

Fakir Radishes

Baby Red Russian Kale

Dill

Sugar Cane

Some . . . → Read More: CSA Week 19

CSA Week 18

We are in the home stretch.  After this week, only two more CSA shares to go.  The awesome thing is we’ll be setting up at the Upper East Side Farmers Market through the end of May so you’ll be able to get a fix of fresh and lively veggies for a little longer.

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Hua Moa Plantains, Natures Doughnut

Today I made tostones topped with a Columbian style scallion sauce.  But first, a little bit about the plantains because these aren’t regular old plantains.  Hua Moa plantains are of Polynesian and Hawaiian decent.  They are endangered in their native habitats and are also rare every else in the world.  Willian F Whitman, a . . . → Read More: Hua Moa Plantains, Natures Doughnut

CSA Week 17

This season is turning out to be all about greens.  Leafy and healthy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The line up:

Teenage Red Kale

Arugula and Pei Tsai Bunches

Eggplant

Scallions

Daikon Radishes with great looking tops

Sweet Potatoes

Some Tips:

First thing you should do is separate the . . . → Read More: CSA Week 17

CSA Week 16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The line up:

Kale

Carrots with tops

Lettuce

Tomatoes

Herbs (choose between Thai Basil, Chinese Leeks or Dill)

I’m playing catch up again this week!  Will add cooking tips this . . . → Read More: CSA Week 16

CSA Week 15

This share screams SALAD!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The line up:

Salad Mix (Pei Tsai, Ruby Streaks Mustard, Nasturtiums, Arugula, Purslane & Yukina Savoy)

Fennel

Heirloom Beans (purple and yellow)

Spinach

French Breakfast Radishes

Scallions

Bananas and Plantains

Some tips:

A couple of weeks ago we . . . → Read More: CSA Week 15