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CSA… for 10.19.2016

Thank you to everyone who attended our CSA Social on Sunday! It was so fun to have all of you here for delicious food, enjoyable drink, sunny walks amongst the vegetables, and fabulously messy crafts. Recipes from a few of the stand-out dishes are found below.

This Wednesday’s Farm Share will most likely include:
Salad or Lettuce, Kale (Toscano/Lacinato variety…also called Dinosaur Kale…it is very dark green and slightly bumpy), Cabbage, Peppers, Radishes, Tomatoes, and hopefully Turnips
Also: Optional Bok Choy

Want to purchase bread to pick up with your Farm Share on Wednesday? See our Bread ordering page here. Ordering is open until 7 am on Tuesday. (Feel free to bookmark this link and visit anytime on future Mondays…it opens by 8 am each Monday morning.)

Market Share CSA Members: 
Ordering is open until 7 am on Tuesday for…Arugula, Cilantro, Eggplant, Kale, Okra, Parsley, Jalapenos, Shishito Peppers, Green Tomatoes, and our Organic, Naturally Leavened, Hearth-Baked Bread (Seed, Raisin, & Sunny Greens varieties). Reserve your selection online to pick up on Wednesday, Oct 19h.

Recipe Suggestions…also cataloged on our Recipe Page and Pinterest Page
The first three recipes were standouts at the CSA Social: (Dan’s Mom wins the award for making the majority of the requested recipes!) 
Cabbage:
Fried Cabbage with Bacon, Garlic, and Caraway
Radishes:  Dan’s Mom’s Famous Radish Dip: 
2 bunches of radishes, 1 8 oz. package of cream cheese softened, 1/2 of a medium red onion, 1 tsp. dried dill, 2 cloves of garlic, 1 tsp. lemon juice, 2 Tbsp. mayo. Put the radishes, onion, and garlic in the food processor and processes until finely chopped. Transfer to a bowl and mix in the cream cheese, and rest of ingredients. Refrigerate until ready to use. 
Kale:
Creamy Kale Dip – follow this recipe, plus add a little nutmeg and some cheddar to make it taste just like CSA member Melissa’s, served at the CSA Social.
Bok Choy: One CSA Member told us this trick for enjoying fresh vegetables for dinner, like Bok Choy, and also navigating a busy schedule (such as multiple sports practices, meetings, etc., in the late afternoon/evening hours): “Purchase frozen organic wontons  and make a simple broth (you can use organic broth cubes), simmer bok choy in the broth until your desired texture (we like softened but still with some crunch), and add the wontons according to their directions.” We think this is great! No need for homemade wontons for a busy family, Bok choy can be chopped and washed while the broth is heating up, and everyone wins.
Turnips: See Real Simple magazine’s 5 Super Simple Turnip recipe suggestions. No ingredients lists, no drawn out instructions. Peel, cook, combine with something delicious like bacon, cream & leeks, ginger & honey, etc.

Enjoy ~
Janet, Dan, & the whole Broadfork crew
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