A little less variety this week due to the freezing temperatures forecast; 3 days of veggies had to be picked in one day. But it will all be made up in next week’s share.
Winter Share 2019 – 2020
Sign-up with our new farm, Garden of Eve is ongoing. Garden of Eve offers a variety of customizable CSA shares, however, their program is different from what we have had with Golden Earthworm. All winter share ordering and payment is done online at the farm’s website at gardenofevefarm.com/csa/wintercsashare ; payments can be made at one time by credit card or eCheck or in three installments via eCheck. Garden of Eve would like orders to be in by November 15.
Sign up through their site at csa.farmigo.com/join/gardenofevefarm/winterspring20192020
There will be 7 (seven) pick-ups – December 5 and 19, January 9, February 6, March 5, April 2 and 30.
NOTE: Flushing CSA has an administrative fee of $15, payable by check, PayPal or cash or credit card in person at the remaining pick-ups in November. The Membership Agreement – Winter Share 2019 – 2020 is attached. FlushingCSAWinter2019_2020..docx
Tuesday, November 26th – Last Pickup Make-up Date
Tuesday, November 26 will be the last pick-up date. This is the make-up date due to the July 4th holiday falling on a Thursday.
Thank you to last week’s volunteers: Toni, John and Larry
This week’s volunteers are: Judy K., Donna and Larry
Fruit shares ended last week No Lewis Waite delivery this week; the final delivery will be next week, November 21. Turkey orders due by this Friday, November 15.
Order here Lewis Waite ordering
And now……What’s In The Share (note items are subject to substitution) – also check the Golden Earthworm Farm website
A quick note on this week’s share…due to the freezing temperatures forecast for mid-week, we’ve had to harvest for 3 days of deliveries in one day. GO FARM TEAM! That means that the quantity of this week’s share has been slighly reduced. But it’s all coming to you next week, so get ready! Next week’s final share box will be FULL of delicious goodies for your Thanksgiving holiday table and beyond. All of these veggies will last for weeks (or even months) if stored properly. So please pay attention to the storage notes. See you next week for our final share of the season. 😦
Storage: Separate the roots from the greens, then store in an an airtight container/bag in the refrigerator. Uses: Cooked/Raw When to use: Within 10 days.
What I’m making with it…. Roasted carrots with cumin (recipe below)
Storage: In an airtight container/bag in the refrigerator. Uses: Raw/Cooked When to use: Within 7 days.
What I’m making with it…. Braised cabbage
Remember this: Wash and make some knife holes in the flesh. Then roast WHOLE on a baking sheet at 400F until tender. Done. Ready for soup, risotto, mashed side dish, etc.
Storage: Store in a cool spot. Uses: Cooked When to use: On the counter for up to 2 weeks should be fine.
What I’m making with it…. As a side dish for Thankgiving with fried sage leaves.
Storage: In a cool, DARK spot. Ok in the fridge. Uses: Cooked When to use: Within 10 days.
What I’m making with it…. Roasted potatoes for breakfast.
Kale OR Collards
Storage: In an airtight container/bag in the refrigerator. Uses: Cooked When to use: Within 7 days.
What I’m making with it.… I’m throwing it in a minestrone soup.
Slice into these radishes and you’ll find out how they got their name! You can eat them raw OR roasted. I like them sliced into matchsticks and tossed with lemon juice, olive oil, fresh garlic and cilantro.
Storage: In an airtight container/bag in the refrigerator. Uses: Raw/Cooked When to use: Within 5 days.
What I’m making with it…. Radish salad! (recipe below)
FARMHOUSE FAVORITE RECIPES
And…from your farmers at Golden Earthworm – Matt, Maggie, Kelly & Crew
There will be a make-up delivery on Tuesday, November 26th for the following locations due to a missed delivery back in July:
Rockville Centre (all locations), Valley Stream, Forest Hills, APEC/Douglaston, Farmspot (Jackson Heights), Sunnyside, Flushing, Syosset and Port Washington – Main Street.