Posted (Stephanie) in News

(sorry for delay in posting!)

Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage-1 head
Napa Cabbage-1 head
Lettuce-1 head
Summer Squash-2 pounds
Red Sorrel-1 bunch-a very tangy, lemony flavored plant.
Red Ace Beets with Greens-1 bunch
Travisio Raddichio-1 head
Rat Tail Radishes-1 bunch
Boothby Blonde Cucumbers-2
Slicing Cucumber-1

Fruit Share-
Red Currants-1 basket Certified organic from Stoneledge Farm
White Currants-1 basket
Sour Cherries-Make the best Cherry Pie or cobbler.  They are softer than their sweet cousins and are generally used for cooking, although they are really not that sour.

The currants can be eaten fresh or cooked with sugar added.  They have similar properties as the black currants.  Do a quick google search and you will find tarts, cakes, preserves that feature currants.  I like to cook the currants with a little sugar, raisins and walnuts added.
We reuse all of the baskets, so please return them so they can be re-used.

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