Nov
12
    
Posted (Lori) in News
Dear CSA Member,
Boy is it cold.  There was even snow this afternoon although it was  short lived.  There is one more delivery after this week in the 2013 CSA season.  As our delivery season comes to an end we are already working on the 2014 season.  Seeds will be ordered, fertilizer, potting soil, the list goes on and on.  We are very busy right into the heart of winter.  There is a list of winter chores that grows each day.
I hope to have the registration open during the next couple of weeks.  The programmers have been upgrading the system to make improvements and all of the testing should be completed soon.  I will send an e-mail message once registration is opened for the 2014 season.
New this week is Celeriac.  A root crop that has a rough exterior but a delicious interior.  Peel the skin and use as you would celery in soups and stews.  The Celeriac will impart a wonderful celery like flavor.  There are also salad recipes using Celeriac on the farm website Recipe section.
If you would like to stock up for the winter there are potatoes, beets and carrots available in bulk through the online Marketplace.  There is still a good supply of coffee through the Marketplace as well.
Make a big pot of soup and keep warm!
Deborah for everyone at Stoneledge Farm
Potatoes-2 pounds
Orange Carrots-1 pound
Yellow Carrots-1 pound.  These are thinner than the orange carrots and should be used more as you would a parsnip.  They will add a very nice flavor to soups and stews.  Kohlrabi-2
Sage-1 bunch
Garlic-2 heads
Celeriac-1 head
Collards-1 bunch
Beets-2 pounds
Radish-1 bunch
Fruit Share in one bag: Bosc Pears, Fuji Apples, Golden Delicious Apples
Mushroom Share-Cremini
Dear CSA Member,
Boy is it cold.  There was even snow this afternoon although it was  short lived.  There is one more delivery after this week in the 2013 CSA season.  As our delivery season comes to an end we are already working on the 2014 season.  Seeds will be ordered, fertilizer, potting soil, the list goes on and on.  We are very busy right into the heart of winter.  There is a list of winter chores that grows each day.
I hope to have the registration open during the next couple of weeks.  The programmers have been upgrading the system to make improvements and all of the testing should be completed soon.  I will send an e-mail message once registration is opened for the 2014 season.
New this week is Celeriac.  A root crop that has a rough exterior but a delicious interior.  Peel the skin and use as you would celery in soups and stews.  The Celeriac will impart a wonderful celery like flavor.  There are also salad recipes using Celeriac on the farm website Recipe section.
If you would like to stock up for the winter there are potatoes, beets and carrots available in bulk through the online Marketplace.  There is still a good supply of coffee through the Marketplace as well.
Make a big pot of soup and keep warm!
Deborah for everyone at Stoneledge Farm
Potatoes-2 pounds
Orange Carrots-1 pound
Yellow Carrots-1 pound.  These are thinner than the orange carrots and should be used more as you would a parsnip.  They will add a very nice flavor to soups and stews.  Kohlrabi-2
Sage-1 bunch
Garlic-2 heads
Celeriac-1 head
Collards-1 bunch
Beets-2 pounds
Radish-1 bunch
Fruit Share in one bag: Bosc Pears, Fuji Apples, Golden Delicious Apples
Mushroom Share-Cremini

Stoneledge Farm LLC
359 Ross Ruland Road
South Cairo, NY  12482

LIKE us at https://www.facebook.com/StoneledgeFarm

Stoneledge Farm LLC
359 Ross Ruland Road
South Cairo, NY  12482

LIKE us at https://www.facebook.com/StoneledgeFarm



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