share contents, wk #2

IMG_2968

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VEGGIES
harukei turnips
kohlrabi
asian cucumber
swiss chard
dinosaur or red russian kale
lettuce
arugula
green garlic
scallots (aka shallot scallions)
thai, lemon or genovese basil

FRUIT
strawberries

share contents, wk #1

otis


VEGGIES
spicy arugula
red romaine lettuce
rainbow chard
scallots (aka shallot greens)
french breakfast radishes
dinosaur kale
bok choy
baby garlic
tarragon

FRUIT
none–the fruit share will begin next week!

The Stanton Street Harvest

Hi, returning and new members of our soon to start summer 2015 season! Throughout the next 22 weeks, you will be receiving  our weekly newsletter The Stanton Street Harvest in your email inbox.

It’ll include recipes, work shift reminders, random food-related tidbits, and everyone’s favorite column, a letter from farmer Ted. He writes updates on the progress of the growing season, as well as personal musings on life up at Windflower Farm surrounded by his family, friends, and adoring staff (he’s too modest to admit that his staff idolizes him but it’s true!)–here’s a sneak peek of some selections from this week’s letter from Ted:

Spring greetings from Windflower Farm. We are very pleased you have decided to join our CSA for the 2015 season.

This week on the farm, we will finish planting our sweet potato and winter squash crops, we’ll sow cauliflower, we’ll trellis a greenhouse full of tomatoes, we’ll weed lettuces and carrots and beets, and we’ll work on the fencing in our back fields where deer have come in to graze on their favorite crops – red beet tops and green Romaine lettuces.

Jan made vegetable wraps for dinner last night. Hers contained sweet potato, onion, quinoa and sautéed kale, and she made the wrappers out of lightly steamed choy greens. If not steamed too much, the more mature greens hold up well to beans and rice and tender meat fillings.

The weather here has been cool and, until recently, very dry, which has set the harvest clock back by two to three weeks. Good things will come soon. In the meantime, enjoy a salad!

You’re welcome to unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time of course, but most members find it worth a read and we hope you do too.

Goodbye, winter season

Distributions of our winter shares (Windflower Farm boxed veggies, Winter Sun frozen veggies, and Davis Farm eggs) are now done.

But just because our winter shares have ended doesn’t mean we’re gonna leave you hanging till June! Any current members of the CSA can still order à la carte “extras” from Lewis Waite Farm through us, on a pay-as-you-go basis. Items are sourced/produced locally in upstate NY and include cheeses, yogurts, meats, poultry, maple syrup, coffee beans, flours, honey, granola, gluten-free pasta, dried beans, grains, free-range eggs, bread, sparkling cider, and much more.

The upcoming distribution dates for these “extras” are on the following Saturdays from  12:30 PM until 1:30 PM: 4/18 and  5/16.

Info on how to order can be found here.

February winter delivery

WINDFLOWER FARM BOX
“kossak” kohlrabi
“mars” celeriac
yellow onions
assorted potatoes
sweet potatoes
carrots
spinach
beets
frozen strawberries
jar of jam

January winter delivery

WINDFLOWER FARM BOX
beets
carrots
yellow potatoes
red potatoes
red & yellow onions
butternut squash
lacinato & red russian kale
a mix of gala, empire, mcintosh, & jonagold apples
apple cider

December winter delivery

WINDFLOWER FARM BOX
red & purple beets
carrots
russet potatoes
red potatoes
red cipollini onions
yellow onions
cabbage
butternut squash
spinach
tatsoi
toscano & red russian kale
empire & jonagold apples
jar of honey