Spring CSA Week #7 Preview


 This is for the Seventh week of the 2018 Spring CSA!  This is an ODD week pick up – please click here to check your pick up schedule.

Small Share Standard Share
Honey – Bedillion Honey Farm Honey – Bedillion Honey Farm
Scallion Microgreens – Harmony Grove Farm Scallion Microgreens – Harmony Grove Farm
Pea Shoots – Clarion River Organics Pea Shoots – Clarion River Organics
Basil – Dutchboy Farm French Fingerling Potatoes – Clarion River Organics
Braising Greens – Blue Goose Farm Basil – Dutchboy Farm
Chives – Gid’s Produce Braising Greens – Blue Goose Farm
Salad Mix – Tuscarora Organics Cooperative
Farmers Market Salsa – Penn’s Corner Farm Alliance

Vegan Shares will receive radishes from Blue Goose Farm in place of Honey

Cheese Shares will receive chevre from River View Dairy

Egg Shares will receive eggs from Jarosinski Farm

Wildflower Honey

Grower: Bedillion Honey Farm

Store: Liquid honey needs to be stored in a cool dry area avoiding sunlight with an optimal temperature of 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit. It also should be kept it in a tightly lidded container as honey easily absorbs moisture. Over time, liquid honey will crystallize (also known as granulating). That is ok.

Recipe: Salted Honey Pie, Honey Butter, Honey Garlic Chicken


Scallion Microgreens

Grower: Harmony Grove Farm

Store: Keep microgreens between damp paper towels, and make sure they are cold and covered in a resealable bag or container. Wrapped this way, they’ll last in the fridge for about a week

Recipe: Vegetarian Ramen with Microgreens12 Microgreen Recipes Packed with Macro Flavor,  Mushroom & Microgreen Omelet



Pea Shoots

Grower: Clarion River Organics

Store: Use your pea shoots quickly — within a day or two. Wrap them in a paper towel and place them in an open plastic bag in the refrigerator. When you’re ready to use them, gently wash and discard any large stems.

Recipe: Garlic Pea ShootsLemon Risotto with Pea ShootsPea Shoot Salad



French Fingerling Potatoes

Grower: Clarion River Organics 

Store: Store potatoes in a cool, well ventilated place. Colder temperatures lower than 50 degrees, such as in the refrigerator, cause a potato’s starch to convert to sugar, resulting in a sweet taste and discoloration when cooked.

Recipe: Herb Roasted Potatoes, Crispy Salt and Vinegar Potatoes,  French Potato Salad





Grower: Dutchboy Farm

Store: To keep basil fresh, trim the stems and place them in a glass or jar of water, just like cut flowers. Loosely cover it with a plastic bag and leave it on the counter. Although certain herbs, such as parsley and cilantro, can be stored this way in the fridge, basil does better at room temperature.

Recipe: Homemade Basil Pesto, Thai Basil Chicken Basil Pesto Hummus


Braising Greens

Grower: Blue Goose Farm

Store:  Rinse and dry the leaves before refrigerating. Wrap them in a paper towel and store them in a plastic bag

Recipe: Braised Greens TacosCreamy Polenta with Braised Greens & Poached EggsAfrican Braised Greens with Tomatoes




Grower: Gid’s Produce

Store: Click here to read about the best way to store fresh herbs!

Recipe: Garlic Chive Butter Potatoes, Chive Compound Butter,  Garlic Chive Pesto


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