2014 CSA Week 8 (B)

CSA 8 (B)

Greeting from the Garden Crew!

We are happy to announce our first sightings of black soldier flies. Which brings us to the question, what is the importance of a black soldier flies? Come down to the farm and find out, during our first annual Compost Workshop. It will be held on May 24th, taught by our own botanist/entomologist Lori Moshman. The Afternoon workshop will go over several methods of home composting including hot and cold piles, vermicomposting, and black soldier fly composting. The experience includes a farm tour and lunch at the Pavilion.

This weekend was ripe with the season’s first gifts of nutrition. Our orchard has provided us with peaches, apples, & nectarines. Fruit preserves and homemade fruit ice cream should soon be featured at our on site restaurant: The Pavilion. Spring’s first blueberries have begun to emerge on their bushes. We plan to have fresh blueberries for sale from our neighbor farm Koinonia. We will let you know when they will be available!

We would like to thank all of the CSA members that gave comments and suggestions in regards to the on farm tour and dinner. We are still looking for comments and a few creative people to partner with during the planning phase. If you are interested in being a part of the festivities or have suggestions we would love to hear your feedback!

Pasture Raised Eggs:

Spring means eggs and boy do we got ’em. 12 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.

(Want to add a dozen or more, Egg-cellent idea!, Call to order and we’ll bring them to you : 229-641-2081)

Certified Organic Vegetables:

Head LettuceTwo full heads of lettuce triple washed and ready to go.

Salad mix OR Arugula – A bag of tasty convenient healthy love. These specialty greens have a variety of uses that are sure to tickle your taste buds. Sauteed sides, hearty salads, sandwich toppers and so much more!

Roasting turnips –  These marred beauties can’t be beat as a roasted side dish. Cut the turnips into chunks, toss in EVOO (extra virgin olive oil)), salt, and cracked pepper then roast them up!

Herb – Lemon Balm & Mountain Mint

Lacinato (Dino) Kale – Sauteed with onions and garlic or torn as a salad mix, get some greens in your daily meal adventures. These hearty greens make fabulous Kale chips!

Bok Choi – Can we say Stir-Friday!?!?

Carrots – Add some color to your salad with these sweet and peppery carrots.

Radishes Enjoy some fresh, spicy, crunchy & colorful salad additions.

Onions – Red or Yellow sweet onions!

Basil – This teaser portion of basil is sure to excite your palate. Our basil bushes are giving the first herbs of the season, expect more later in the season.

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