2013 CSA: Week 29

This is gonna be a short posting. We’re busy in the field and working hard to making these deliveries happen. Thanks again for your understanding while we get the bus rolling again. Big thanks to Lori and Frankie for leading the charge the last two weeks. And keep sending prayers to Jamal, our driver, as he heals up. During the past 13 days, I was away at an intensive Permaculture Design Course at Spiral Ridge in Tennessee.  We look forward to hosting some workshops in the future as we implement ecologically regenerative techniques all around the farm. Stay tuned for more info…

So here’s what’s in store for this week!

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Meat CSA: (call us on Monday by noon for any additional a la carte orders: 229-641-2081 – web orders click here)

London Broil – The leanest muscle that is derived from the beef carcass that lends itself well to all types of preparation.

Grass-fed Spare Ribs – A long cut from the lower portion of the carcass, spare ribs are great for barbecuing, smoking, or cooking over an open flame.


Pasture Raised Eggs: 

Beautiful brown eggs from our own lovely ladies that range freely on certified organic pasture. The eggs are washed, candled and graded fresh for you each week. (Wanna add eggs to your order this week?  Please email me or call our office today: 229-641-2081)


Certified Organic Vegetables:

Braising Mix – Tender young greens including: arugula, mizuna, tat soi, baby kale, and more! 

Jerusalem Artichokes (aka Sunchokes) – Both delicious and both can be prepared in a number of ways.  Please share your favorite recipes!

Okra –  One pound of burgundy and green okra. Some big, some small and some just right in size.

Hakurei turnips and turnip greens – Don’t forget to use your baby turnips too!  They make a great accent to a salad or casserole.

Rattlesnake Pole Beans / Eggplant – Can’t go wrong here!

Peppers – Jupiter and Orion Bell peppers, Cowhorn and Carmens. What beauties!

Mixed Hot peppers – Mostly jalapenos and Cayenne types.  mixed hot peppers are bagged separately for your convenience.

Hon Tsai Tai OR Bok Choi – Wonderful addition to stir-fry, quiche, quinoa dishes, or hearty fall salads.

Basil – Genovese, Purple ruffles,

Lettuce – 2 heads of lettuce, picked young for maximum taste.


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  1. Claudya Muller

    Welcome back. Molly and I missed seeing you when we planted the daffodils. Look forward to seeing you soon. Claudya


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