Hi everyone, Jess here with the second pickup of the Winter CSA Season. I hope you’re enjoying the beautiful wintry weather! As the cold season presses on, I reflect on how fortunate we are to have such wonderful goodies right in our backyard year-round! Let’s take a closer look at this week’s pickup from Springdell Farm.
- Kitchen Garden Farm Salsa (Sunderland, MA)
- Baby Red Potatoes (Store in a cool dry place)
- White Potatoes (Store in a cool dry place)
- Baking Potatoes (Store in a cool dry place)
- Yams (Store in a cool dry place)
- Beets (Rinse and store in a bag in the fridge with a little moisture in it)
- Pumpkin– Roast it up and enjoy this pie! Pumpkin bread is also a hit.
- Daikon Radish (Store with the beets)
- Delicata Squash (Delicious in curries like this one, roasted or a whole variety of ways. Click here to learn more)
- Apples (Storage apples will keep best in the fridge)
- Goat cheese (Westfield Farm, Western, MA)
- Mustard Sauce (From Fox Country Smoke House Canterbury, NH- the makers of the wonderful smoked gouda at the farmstead. Try it with pork, it’s delicious!)
- Johnny Putt Farm Lettuce, Littleton MA
- Tully Farms Dairy products (I received Milk and Cream)
Please note that the content of share boxes will vary. For example, you may receive a different variety of veggies or meats that what is posted here, this is especially true in the winter when there are limited supplies of each item. You might get a different squash or variety of potatoes. Please know and trust that though the contents may vary, the value of each box does not. Farmer Jamie keeps a close eye on this, and you are in good hands!
Greetings from Okinawa! I’m currently blogging remotely and wanted to share that though I’m on the other side of the world at the moment, I’m still enjoying local food! Some of the similarities in the garden and on the plates are wonderful to experience. It’s making me feel at home.
Remember to stop by the farm stand to enjoy Gerry’s greens, Danny’s fish and all the other wonderful items at the farm stand.
How are you enjoying your farm goodies? As always, feel free to drop a line with what you’re cooking up, or with any questions you may have about the goodies at the farm. We’ll see you back here soon for the next installment of the Springdell Show and Tell!