It’s week 6 of 26 weeks. We’ve been crazy busy the past couple of weeks with transplanting, weeding, weeding, weeding, harvesting & trying to stay on top of the daily & weekly tasks of running the farm. The weather has been wonderful although we experienced a heat index temperature of 112 this week! Tomatoes are ripening though, get ready… And did mention weeding?
Here’s what’s in the box this week
Partial Shares: Roxanne Radish, Garden Sage, Pea Shoots, Rhubarb, Siberian Kale, Strawberries
Full Shares: Roxanne Radish, Garden Sage, Spinach, Rhubarb, Bridger Onion, Siberian Kale, Rainbow Swiss Chard, Strawberries, Cherry or Primo Red Tomatoes
Members Ron & Mary are avid and creative cooks and I’m always delighted with what they have put together from their box of produce. Here is one of their suggestions for the rhubarb https://oakwoodsfarm.com/2016/06/10/what-to-do-with-that-rhubarb/. It’s our once per year sweet delight!
Here’s a link to Thrive Market for Honey Macerated Strawberries with Yogurt. Keep in mind that we are growing ginger just for you! You can freeze your berries to use when the baby ginger is mature. https://thrivemarket.com/blog/honey-macerated-strawberries-with-yogurt-recipe?uid=4958047&uaexptime=1780252632&uatoken=22f18ca5d8b53480d0c84c3e1bda7df8f67deb50a0b48a183f98d37d75f50fbe&utm_content=notebook&utm_medium=promo&utm_campaign=2016_06_10_Notebook_Members&utm_source=sailthru
Pick Up Locations
Home Delivery – every Friday afternoon
Oak Street Natural Market – every Friday 4-6
Webb City Farmers Market – every Saturday 9-12
At the farm – every Saturday 1-5 Let Karen know if you want to pick up at the farm on Friday.
Here’s an idea shared by CSA members Ron and Mary. They are avid and creative cooks and I’m always interested in trying their suggestions. This is simply greek yogurt, strawberries, Rhubarb Chutney (Martha Stewart), and almonds.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Food is the foundation for providing what is essential to optimal health and prevention of disease according to Dr. Pam Duitsman, nutrition and health education specialist with University of Missouri Extension.
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