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Farm Share & Mkt Share Ordering…9.10.2014

Farm Share Members: You are currently signed up for our Summer Season which provides you with a share of vegetables each week through the end of September. Sign up is now open on our website for our Fall Farm Share season, which provides you with a weekly share for the 9 Wednesdays in October and November.

Farm Share CSA Members – this week’s share will likely consist of:
Hearty Mix, Arugula, Salad Mix, Okra, Green Beans, Collards, Sweet Peppers, Tomatoes

Recipe Suggestions: (always cataloged on our Recipe Page)
Tomato Soup- easy and delicious VitaMix recipe! (We made it this weekend without basil. Still delicious.)
Pickled Okra
Pickled Green Beans
A great collection of Southern Living tomato recipes found here
Asian Pear & Arugula Salad (it’s asian pear season!)
Greens Soup (use our bag of Hearty Mix in place of the kale and spinach, plus our tomatoes. Celery is optional but delicious, in our opinion.)

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Market Share CSA Members: Choose your selection through our Online Ordering of the following harvest for pick up on Wednesday, Sept 10 (on farm, at Good Health Herbs, or at Central Montessori School in Church Hill):

Our Farm Share Bag (consisting of a farmers’ choice medley of produce, in one easy to order option), Arugula, Chard, Eggplant, Garlic, Hearty Mix, Okra, Peppers (padron, jalapeno, lunchbox), and Tomatoes…plus our Pepper Jelly, Naturally Leavened Artisan Bread, and child sized BFF Hoodies.    

** Remember our Farm Stand is open every day (as long as it’s not raining).

Enjoy ~
Janet, Dan, & the whole Broadfork Crew

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Certified Naturally Grown Farm in search of:
~ Dorm-sized (miniature) fridge ~ Used Gas Grill ~ Used/Second-Hand piece of  Kitchen Countertop ~

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VABF Richmond Farm Tour
Richmond Biological Farm Tour Weekend: September 20 & 21, 2014

Shake the Hands that Feed You!
Saturday & Sunday, September 20 &
 21, 1 PM to 6 PM

We will be participating in this inaugural weekend of farm tours in the greater metro Richmond area. Load up your car with friends and family (one ticket covers everyone!) and head out for a day — or two — of meeting farmers and seeing where and how your food is grown. Learn more here and stay tuned for the complete list of farms on tour.

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