Week 15 Basket Ingredients
Italian Frying Peppers (not hot)
Small Bok Choi (joi choi)
French Radish (seriously good)
Japanese Lavender Eggplant
Small Red Seedless Watermelon
Tomatoes! (Of course)
CHICKEN, EGGPLANT, AND BOK CHOY STIR-FRY WITH JASMINE RICE
1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper
2 boneless skinless chicken breasts
2 tablespoon rice wine vinegar
3/4 cup jasmine rice
12 ounces baby bok choy
1 tablespoon sesame oil
1 clove garlic
3 tablespoons oyster sauce
3 packets soy sauce
1/4 ounce ginger
The Farm App - Why it may help you
Our App is packed with recipes with a really cool link from Allrecipes.com; allowing you to search by vegetable and then meat or no meat etc..
Our App also allows us to remind you about pressing matters, CSA pickup, Weather Delay, Farmstand produce updates, Recipes to try, Location(s); (yes more are coming!), Hours, Sales only to app holders, and tons more.
Search "The Farm Woodbury CT USA" on ITunes or Google Play Today!
The Farm Beet - A Blog - A communication tool!
Where are the recipes you ask?
Each week we have been uploading and sharing stories, recipes, and basket ingredients first as we know on our Facebook closed group, and on our blog, named "The Farm Beet"
This is linked to our app from our website. Check out this growing archive!
Fall - Winter 10 Week CSA - Are you in?
10 Weeks of Our Farm's Fresh Produce & Products!
DON'T LET THE FRESH FOODS STOP BECAUSE THE DAYS ARE COOLER & SHORTER!
Consider our Fall - Winter CSA as a way of supplying you and your family with our farm fresh produce & products.
Enrollment Open Until September 30th or When Capacity is Reached.
"We appreciate your prompt decision in signing up to help our farm keep its financial status in good standing, and capital improvements to our infrastructure happening. A CSA is a win-win for both the customer and the farm. Thank you for your support of local agriculture and community." - The Farm Family
Our One Size Fall-Winter Basket Is Comprised Of
Beets, Carrots, Sweet Potatoes, Many Types of Winter Squash, Onions, Rutabaga, Garlic, Turnips, Many Types of Potatoes, etc..
These items will last in a cool dark area for up to 90 days. Making it a nice way to stockpile a few items for use during the CSA and well after its over. 2-3 of these items a week on average can be found in a typical basket.
Fruit (Apples, Pears), Spinach, Lettuce, Radishes, Brussel Sprouts, Cucumbers, Cherry Tomatoes, Swiss chard, Beet Greens, Leeks, Cabbage, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Late Season Summer produce (weather permitting). Sage, Thyme, Parsley, Cilantro. etc..
These items are grown in cold frames, field, and greenhouse conditions. 2-4 of these can be found in a typical basket on average a week.
Our Maple Syrup, Honey, Marinara Sauce, Tomato Salsa, Green Salsa, Granulated Maple Sugar, Dried Spices, Crushed Tomatoes, etc..
Typically one of these items will be in each week's basket. These items are meant to be a epicurean accompaniment to certain produce/fruit in that particular weeks basket. They are all shelf stable items though, and will keep more than 90 days.
Every week of our Winter CSA will be a bit different from week to week, what surprises await!
"With all these fantastic crops this Winter doesn't mean you have to let the fun of our Summer CSA end!"
CSA Starts the week of October, 16th 2018 - December, 20th 2018
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