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Week 10-What’s in the box?

FRUIT SHARES from Briermere Farm begin this week!The fruit is NOT INCLUDED in the vegetable share.  You must pay for it separately.  If you paid for the fruit it will say “FRUIT” next to your name on the check-in sheet.  If it does not say “FRUIT” next to your name, DO NOT TAKE A BAG … Continue reading Week 10-What’s in the box?

Week 9-What’s in the box?

This week’s harvest Green Batavian LettuceStorage: In an airtight container in the fridge.Uses: RawWhen to use: Within 5 days ScallionsStorage: In an airtight container in the fridge.Uses: Cooked/RawWhen to use: Within 5 days Green BeansStorage: In an airtight container in the fridge.Uses: CookedWhen to use: Within 3 days Walla Walla OnionsStorage: In an airtight container in the fridge.Uses: Raw/CookedWhen to use: Within 5 days Green CabbageA great … Continue reading Week 9-What’s in the box?

Week 8- What’s in the box?

This week’s harvest Green BeansHand-harvested, tender haricot verts!  These are extremely special! Steam gently and don’t overcook!Storage: In an airtight container in the fridge.Uses: CookedWhen to use: Within 3 days Fresh GarlicStorage: On the counter up to a month.Uses: Raw/Cooked Culinary MintThis mint is delicious in culinary dishes or in drinks.Storage: In an airtight container in the fridge.Uses: Raw/CookedWhen to use: Within 3 days … Continue reading Week 8- What’s in the box?

Week 7- What’s in the box?

This week’s harvest Red Batavian LettuceCrunchy and sweet!Storage: In an airtight container in the fridge.Uses: RawWhen to use: Within 3 days CucumbersStorage: In an airtight container in the fridge.Uses: RawWhen to use: Within 5 days CarrotsStorage: In an airtight container in the fridge. Remove the greens before storing.Uses: Raw/CookedWhen to use: Within 5 days Pointy … Continue reading Week 7- What’s in the box?

Week 6- What’s in the box?

This week’s harvest *Fresh* GarlicThis is *fresh* garlic, not dried. Unless you grow your own garlic, you would never otherwise get your hands on this delicacy. The cloves are juicy and sweet with an amazing garlic flavor. Store on the counter and enjoy fresh, or you can let them dry (if they are in a … Continue reading Week 6- What’s in the box?

Week 5- What’s in the box?

FennelThe bulb (the white part) is the most edible part.  The stalks and fronts are too tough to eat, but they are great used in a soup stock. The recipe below for caramelized fennel will make a fennel lover out of anyone!Storage: In an airtight container in the fridge.Uses: Raw/CookedWhen to use: Within 5 days Romaine LettuceCrunchy and … Continue reading Week 5- What’s in the box?

Week 4- What’s in the box?

from the farm… Happy Summer Solstice! We’re harvesting an amazing share for you this week with beets, sugarloaf chicory and scallions. Enjoy! THIS WEEK’S HARVEST NOTE: The fruit share begins in August. ScallionsFresh green onions should be the star of the recipe.  Try scallion pancakes (recipe below) or grill them for 1-2 minutes over low.Uses: … Continue reading Week 4- What’s in the box?

Week 3- What’s in the box?

This week’s harvest NOTE: The fruit share begins in August. Garlic ScapesThis is a delicacy – the flower heads and upper stem of the garlic plant!  Remove the top bulb portion (the flower head bulb) and the rest of the stem is edible and delicious.  Learn more about garlic scapes here.  Uses: Raw/CookedWhen to use: Within 5 days “Pomegranate … Continue reading Week 3- What’s in the box?

Week 2- What’s in the Box?

Buttercrunch LettuceThe softest leaves for the best tasting salad!  You can’t find this variety in stores.  It’s a cool season specialty only available in June or fall.Storage: In an airtight container in the fridge.Uses: RawHow the farmer eats it this week: A fabulous salad with olives, red onion, homemade bread crumbs & feta.When to use: … Continue reading Week 2- What’s in the Box?

CSA 2021- Week 1

THIS WEEK’S HARVEST NOTE: The Vegetable CSA begins this week.The fruit share begins in August. Baby Bok ChoiYou eat the entire leaf and stem of this wonderful Asian green. Excellent in stir-fries!Storage: In an airtight container in the fridge.Uses: Best CookedHow the farmer eats it this week: Quick Bok Choi SauteWhen to use: Within 5 … Continue reading CSA 2021- Week 1

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