Hi everyone, Jess here. While the warm summer days have been pushing back here and there, the cooler and frostier days are coming. It’s a great time to harden some squashes, for the winter, fill the chest freezer to it’s brim, and even bring out some of the processing jars as we hunker down for a cold one.
- Gala Apples
- Poblano Peppers
- Brussels Sprouts
- Yellow Onions
- Pie Pumpkin
- Spaghetti Squash
- Butternut Squash
Single Shares received Butternut and acorn Squash, Yellow Onion, Gala Apples, Brussels Sprouts, and Lettuce.Small Shares received Butternut and Spaghetti Squash, Yellow Onion, Brussels Sprouts, Bell Peppers, Apples and Lettuce. Mega Shares received Spaghetti, Butternut and Red Kuri Squash, Bell and Poblano Peppers, Radishes, Brussels Sprouts, Gala Apples, Watermelon, Yellow Onion, Cucumbers and Lettuce.
Remember separate your lettuce leaves from the core, give them a rinse and pat dry, and store in the fridge in a bag or container with a paper towel or designated cloth napkin. For more details on storage of each veggie, simply click on them from the list above! (Again, definitely read up on Winter Squash storage tips if you’re not familiar!)
Have a wonderful week! See you on back here soon for another addition of the Springdell Show and Tell!