Farm Share Week 15: Sept. 13-15, 2017

Farm Share Week 15: Sept. 13-15, 2017

Looks like summer is having a last hurrah this weekend! Sounds good to me because I feel like we didn’t quite get our fill of the hot weather just yet.
It’s been a rough year for fruit…hence the lack of watermelon and apples in your baskets this year, but some delicious plums grown organically by a friend of ours have come to the rescue this week!
They are a deep purple-black hue and a tad soft when most ripe and sweet. If they still feel quite firm they will taste more tart but still tasty. But the ripe ones…well lets just say they are converting me to loving plums!
We are coming to the end of tomato season, so enjoy them while they last!
More squash, cabbage, carrots and beets are yours to look forward to as well as this week and more weeks to come…potatoes! Some of you got russet and some got yellow flesh potatoes this week. I hope you enjoy this staple nice and fresh and organically grown!
Do you find yourself looking for some extra veggies to preserve for the winter or juice? We have lots of green beans, carrots, beets, potatoes, green peppers,  celery and more. Email Jennifer for prices and availability.

If you want to cure your onions here is a video to show you how: How to cure onions.

Use yoiur onions, peppers and zucchini in this recipe Zucchini Relish with Sweet Peppers.

Hope you enjoy the September harvest!
Week 15
Half Shares
-potatoes (russet or yellow flesh)
-green peppers
-green beans
-grape tomatoes
-Snow peas
-romaine lettuce
-green kale
-cherry tomatoes
-red Sheppard peppers
-green cabbage
-red leaf lettuce
-yellow onions (please note they have not
been cured and must be dried out for
longer shelf life)

About the Author

StephanieMy name is Stephanie Hofman and this is my 5th year with the farm share program. I am an earth loving hippie-follower of Christ-lover of all people and love to try new things. I am not a blogger outside of zephyr organics-so please keep this in mind as I continue to learn the in's and out's of what it means to create a good blog and to be a good blogger!My family and I do our best to make everything at home from scratch, but we are not fully organic, non-GMO, nor are we dairy free or gluten free. I do my best with what I have and am slowly but surely making changes towards a more healthy lifestyle.I try and keep the recipes that I share to encompass all diets-some will be desserts, some will be juicing recipes (last year I failed epically at my juicing fast-FYI don't add 'more kale' just to use it up in a recipe) some gluten and dairy free-some vegan and many in between.Most of the items in the box I am familiar with now-but a few years ago I didn't know what bokchoy was nor had I ever heard of swiss chard-now they are my 2 favourite items to get in my box!I'm a free going spirit who has taught herself most things and love to help others out since I've only become who I am and gotten to where I am in life because of the love and generosity of those who've I've encountered. I've never been very good at spelling nor have I been very computer savvy. Any feedback and suggestions are always welcome.Thank you so much for joining us on this journey towards supporting local farmers and supporting the growing organic food movement. May your box bless you and your family all season long and I look forward to sharing my recipe successes and failures with you.View all posts by Stephanie →