Pizza Night @ The Farm, Fri 9/22

Join us on Friday for wood-fired pizza and music.  *our last pizza night of the season!*
5:00 – 8:00 pm.  Suggested donation $15.  

This Friday is our annual Pizza Night Fundraiser, and all proceeds will benefit the NOFA-VT Farm Share Program.  This great program helps us subsidize CSA shares for limited-income Vermonters.

We’ll have music by Duffy Gardner, slices with farm-fresh toppings, and salad.

Out in the fields, we’re busy seeding and transplanting winter greens.

Just as much as September is harvest season, it’s also planting season.

So as we harvest potatoes, winter squash, and carrots, we’re also planting spinach, lettuce, and pea shoots.  All of these, along with kale, chard, and asian greens, will be in the Fall Harvest Share.

We’ve also been busy roasting tomatoes, which will be a new item in the Fall Harvest Share.  We’re really excited about these, as they’re our favorite way to eat and preserve tomatoes.

Sign up for your Fall Harvest Share by 9/30 our CSA page.

Shares cost $291.60, and payment plans are available.

You can sign up for a subsidized share on the NOFA-VT website.

Here’s this week’s harvest:

  • Tomatoes
  • Peppers
  • Celery
  • Shallots
  • Kale or Brussels Tops
  • Watermelon Radishes

See recipes below

We’ll see you all soon!

In Good Heart,
Kate & Edge


Watermelon Radishes: the unsung hero of root vegetables

Brussels sprouts tops are tender and delicious!  Similar to collard greens and kale, they can be sautéed, braised, or made into “chips” (like kale chips).  We love them most sautéed with a sprinkle of sea salt, pepper, and olive oil, and served as a side dish with beans, chicken, or pork.

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