Farm Share Week 21-Oct 21-25, 2014

Farm Share Week 21-Oct 21-25, 2014

It’s hard to believe it’s already week 21 in our farm share program-this is my last box of the season but a few of you might still be getting one more box if you get them weekly 🙂 I had great success with the squash pasta recipe I shared (I did add chicken to our recipe) and here is a photo-it was yummy!

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This weeks recipe since we have peppers will be Melissa’s roasted red pepper soup-it looks delicious and I’m sure easily adapted to fit your dietary needs.  Jenny has also included a message from the farm 🙂

http://mywholefoodlife.com/2014/09/23/roasted-red-pepper-soup/

Hi Everyone,

It’s the last week for some folks with biweekly shares (sigh). This is always a bittersweet occasion for me. On one hand, I start to lose feeling in my feet the last month because it’s so cold and I’m just plain exhausted from the physical labour. On the other hand, I will miss the joys of discovering fresh and beautiful things out in the fields, or carefully bunching, washing and scrubbing carrots to take them from a muddy pile to things of beauty, knowing that they will adorn your plates with something both enjoyable and healthful.

I hope you have added a few veggies, fruits or herbs to your food preparation repertoire, enjoyed the depth of taste that comes from organic foods picked ripe, and also feel good about helping make organic vegetable farming more viable for your local farmers (us). Whether this is a one-time experience for you or you’re counting down the days till June, I hope you have enjoyed the season with us, which despite it’s climate challenged yielded many delicious crops.

Remember, our veggies are available every day of the week at Teddy’s Organic Market in Uxbridge all winter long, along with a wide array of organic products: www.teddysorganicmarket.com. Your selections this week (no, it’s not all kale…):

Half Share
-red sheppard peppers
-rainbow carrots
-golden beets
-buttercup squash
-celery or fennel
-leeks (use just like onions or make the famous potato leek soup)
-baby bok choy (make a fun substitute for lettuce in salads)
-green kale
-celery
-eggplant
-spinach or green swiss chard

Whole
-red sheppard peppers
-rainbow carrots
-golden beets
-buttercup squash
-celery
-leeks (use just like onions or make the famous potato leek soup)
-baby bok choy (make a fun substitute for lettuce in salads)
-green kale
-eggplant
-spinach or swiss chard
-broccoli!!
-fennel
-green peppers
-butternut squash
-turnip

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