This Week's Share: Strawberries, Greens and More
This Week's Share: Turnips, Bok Choy, Carrots and More

This Week's Share: Red Round Turnips, Sugar Snap Peas and More

This photo from CSA member Rebecca!


Hello, CSA members!

It's that time of the week. Here's are the details for this week's share, with new items on u-pick and recipe suggestions for garlic scapes! Enjoy!

What's in this week's share:

  • 1/4 pound total spicy mix + arugula + lettuce + spinach 
  • 3/4 pound total tender greens + bok choy + kale + collards 
  • 3/4 pound Red Round or Hakurei turnips + garlic scapes or scallions
  • 1 pint strawberries OR 1 bunch asparagus OR 1 pint sugar snap peas

What's on U-Pick:

Strawberries. Still on u-pick! Pick any day this week, as much as you want. 

Greens: Swiss chard, Collards, Lettuce, Spicy Mix, Arugula, Kale, Spinach and Tender Greens. 

Garlic scapes

Herbs: parsley, sorrel, mint, lemon balm, sage, onion chives (flowering), garlic chives, lavender, chamomile, dill, stevia and thyme.  


What's coming up in the share:

Rhubarb will come back next week. We may have our first zucchini of the season next week also, if not the following week. 


This Week's TipWhat to do with Garlic Scapes

Garlic scapes are the tops of garlic plants, long, green, curly stems. What to do with them? Here are four ideas:

Have another way you like to use garlic scapes? Leave a comment here on the blog! 



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Saturday was a nice day to be on the farm! I enjoyed helping the farm staff at the pick-up and meeting some of you as you picked up your shares.

I made a quick stir-fry meal out of much of my share and thought I would pass along the idea since it turned out pretty well and used a lot of this week's bounty.

I chopped some garlic scapes, hakurei turnips (sliced), turnip greens, collard greens, arugula. In a medium pan, I sauteed the scapes and turnips for a few minutes, then added the greens. I splashed everything with some soy sauce and rice vinegar and cooked for a few more minutes. Towards the end, I added some chickpeas and raisins, which helped to balance the meal, and a little sesame oil, for a little extra flavor. Yum!

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