What's in Your Box?

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Finishing Strong!

Happy Thanksgiving. This is our final box for the 2013 CSA season. Thank you so much for your support this season.

We hope to see you again in 2014

Kale Big Curly bunch of greens at the top of the box
Collard Greens The big bunch of flat green leaves near the top of the box
Leek The long white cylindrical stem with dark green angular leaves attached.
Brussels Sprouts Still attached to the stalk! These were a little short and a little "squishy" this year, but despite how they look, they taste great!
Turnip Creamy, white, "gilfeather" turnips - they look like smooth white and purple roots about the size of softballs - near the middle of the box
Parsnip The roots that look like "white carrots" near the middle of the box.
Carrots Long, skinny, "Sugar Snax" carrots - our latest (and sweetest variety) of the season
Beets The small round orange roots near the bottom of the box. These are "Golden Beets"
Celeriac The gnarly root, (this time without the leaves) near the middle of the box. Use it all for great flavor in soups and stews
Cabbage The big green head near the bottom of the box!!
Winter Squash Tan colored fruits near the bottom of the box - these are delicious "butternut" squash!
Garlic Some last bulbs of "German White" Garlic in the paper bag with the potatoes.
Onion Yellow storage onions in the paper bag with the potatoes
Potato White "kennebec" potatoes in the paper bag near the bottom of the box