Update & Share: 11/16/21

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Today’s share will include: spinach, salad turnips, red cabbage, lettuce, celery, leeks, sweet potatoes, kale, butternut squash, French fingerling potatoes and sage or mint.

Today is the last day of our CSA season! The Caldwell CSA members would like to extend a special thank you to John and his staff for their tireless work all season long.

Update & Share: 11/9/21

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Today’s share will include: peppers, shallots, spinach, buttercup squash, radishes, choice of arugula or other mustard green, savoy cabbage, lettuce, daikon, and Japanese sweet potatoes.

Update & Share: 11/2/21

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Today’s share will include: Broccoli, cauliflower (or savoy cabbage), garlic, peppers, beets, salad turnips, sweet potatoes, spinach, bok choi, lettuce, choice of arugula, broccoli raab or mustard greens and choice of dill or cilantro.

2021 Stock Up Share Information

From Farmer John:

CIRCLE BROOK FARM END OF SEASON “STOCK UP” 

We will be offering one additional share to be delivered during the week of November 21st  (Thanksgiving week).  This will be a “stock up” share and will include various vegetables that store well, so that you will be able to enjoy produce from the farm well into the winter months as well as provide veggies for your Thanksgiving feast. The total weight of this share will be about 60 lbs.  Approximately a third of the share will be an assortment of butternut, acorn, buttercup (kabocha), delicata, and sweet dumpling squash. The share will also include an assortment of root vegetables such as carrots, rutabaga, beets, parsnips, turnips, and radishes. I expect that the root crops will comprise about 12 lbs. of the share. We had a decent potato crop this season and a tremendous winter squash crop. There will be about 15 lbs. of potatoes, onions and garlic in the share. The potatoes will include some fingerlings and an assortment of other varieties of potatoes. Also included will be cabbage, and whatever greens we still have in the field at this time, such as arugula, kale, lettuce and spinach. It is possible that there will be cauliflower and very likely Brussels sprouts. The cost of the stock up share will be $95, which is an excellent value, equivalent to a wholesale price for much of the produce included.

The potatoes, onions and squash can be stored in a cool dry place such as an attached garage or enclosed porch, where they will not freeze. The root vegetables and cabbage will best be stored in your refrigerator. I know that this final share will not work for everyone, but I hope that many of you will be able to participate. Doing so will help us to make use of the produce that we have in storage, utilize what remains in the fields, and finish the season with enough money in the bank to pay the bills during the winter months.

Update & Share: 10/19/21

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Today’s share will include: Lettuce, beans, peppers, fingerling potatoes, cauliflower or savoy cabbage, parsnips, arugula or tatsoi, spinach, salad turnips, sweet dumpling squash, red onions, and choice of an herb (parsley, cilantro, dill).

Update & Share: 10/12/21

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Today’s share will include: Lettuce, choice of arugula or tatsoi, sweet potatoes, Acorn squash, colored peppers, rainbow carrots, shallots, radishes, cauliflower or Napa cabbage, and choice of an herb (cilantro, parsley, or dill)

Update & Share: 9/28/21

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Today’s share will include: parsnips, cipollini onions, kale or chard, peppers, arugula or broccoli raab, peppers, red potatoes, radishes or daikon, eggplant, delicata squash or zucchini, and choice of an herb (cilantro, dill, basil)

Update & Share: 9/21/21

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Today’s share will include: lettuce, salad turnips, eggplant, peppers, baking potatoes, beans, green cabbage or broccoli (or maybe cauliflower), carrots, arugula or broccoli raab, spaghetti squash, red onions, and choice of an herb (cilantro, dill, or basil)