Weekly Share November 7th – 13th

Collard Greens
Nelson Carrots
Savoy Cabbage
Nicola or Desiree Potatoes
Green Tomatoes
Salad Mix
Leeks
Dill

Our annual garlic planting happened today. For the last three years our work share members come out on the Sunday when daylight savings time ends and we plant garlic. It is always a relief to get it planted as it usually means this season is winding down while it also marks the first large planting for the coming season. It reminds us that our growing cycles are never complete but keep rolling along year after year. Today was a beautiful day and we had a great group out on the farm.
This is our second to last share of the season and there is still so much produce happening on the farm. We are being fooled with this warm weather, but soon enough a hard frost will come and with our shortening day lengths, the crop growth is slowing significantly everyday. We have had a wonderful season feeding you all, your families, and friends. We look forward to the coming season and fingers crossed delicious garlic too. Please check out some of the recipes below that come from cuisines from around the world. Enjoy the share….Autumn and Brian
(Atakilt Wat) Ethiopian Spiced Cabbage, Carrot, And Potatoes
Thakali Masiyal (Green Tomato and Lentil Stew)
Middle Eastern Leeks With Yogurt, Dill and Sumac
Tuna Noodle Casserole with Leeks and Fresh Dill
Carolina Chicken And Collard Green Stew
Boiled Cabbage with Butter and Dill
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