Week 15, Winter 2014


  • Leeks
  • Red Beets
  • Kale leaf mix
  • German Butterball Potatoes
  • Carrots
  • White Russian Kale Rapini   It doesn’t get much better than this! The rapini from these plants is in it’s peak. Big succulent, super-sweet stalks. Great flavor fresh or cooked.  Try making a crunchy kale rapini salad!
  • Savoy Cabbage Rapini   This rapini comes from the Savoy Cabbage plant and has long tender shoots that are very sweet and mild in flavor. Excellent eaten fresh.
  • Salad Mix In this week’s salad is a mix of red and green cabbage, red russian kale, and brussels sprout rapini.





Farm Happenings

We had a slam-packed weekend of tractor work, planting, unplanned vehicle maintenance, greenhouse work, and harvesting that took up almost every waking moment of our time.  Therefore there is no newsletter, but there is a lot of news to share, which we will write about next week.

To mention just a few exciting things: we now have almost an acre of summer vegetables planted.  The start of the summer CSA is looking great! Also, we planted a bed of raspberries on the farm that we dug from Chloe’s parents’ yard (they’ve got some great raspberry plants) last week.  After watering them in, they seemed to glow in the sunlight, telling us they survived the transplant and will bear fruit in the seasons to come.  Now, planting the strawberry plants that are sitting in our cooler is the next thing on the list.

Enjoy this week’s vegetables!


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