Greetings! Did you catch the awesome pictures of our cucumber harvest on fb?? Wow...we are picking quite a few. They taste great and make some pretty tasty pickles. We sell by the pound or 1/2 bushel box for those who like to put your veggies up, just give us a call if interested. Didn't see it on fb? Here is a reminder...we share a lot of information on fb and twitter on a daily basis. Information on eating healthy, interesting and helpful tidbits on eating local, organic, real food, as well as sharing with our terrific CSA pick up locations their specials that they are promoting, services they have to offer, etc... So if you haven't already, like our fb page or follow us on twitter! If you already have but are not seeing us in your daily feed....well you know how that works...lol...you need to respond to our page with likes or comments and it will start showing back up. Also I have a contest starting today and will end it next week (Tuesday April 19) when I will announce a winner of ONE FREE WEEK OF A 1/4 BUSHEL CSA BOX!!! How do you participate??? Go to our fb page and write a review. Yes it's that simple. I will collect all the names and draw one lucky winner! So go now and do it so you don't forget. ;)
Here is your box full of goodness for this week: Bicolor Corn, Green Snap Beans, Romaine Lettuce and Roma Tomatoes fresh from Florida. Cauliflower from Ca. Red Potatoes and Apples from Wa. Butternut squash, Harvest Moon Cucumbers, Kale from McClellan Organics and Naval Oranges. ALL CERTIFIED ORGANIC
Where else can you find this variety of organic produce without traveling an hour away, spending your time and money on gas??
This weekend starts the Bainbridge Farmers Market on Saturday April 16th and yes we will happily be there! Come see us. I will be having organic produce and local free range eggs for sale plus signing up new CSA members. Looking forward to seeing you all!
RECIPE OF THE WEEK!
Healthy & Cheesy Green Beans & Cauliflower Recipe
Ingredients 1 lb green beans 1 head or 1.5 lbs cauliflower 3/4 cup skim milk 2 cups low fat mozzarella cheese, shredded 2 tbsp whole wheat flour 2 tsp coconut oil 1 onion, finely chopped 810 cloves garlic, crushed 2 tsp paprika Salt and pepper to taste (I added 1/5 of tsp) Directions 1. Cut cauliflower into small floret size pieces. 2. Trim and cut green beans into 1.52 inch size pieces. 3. Bring medium pot with water to boil. Add a pinch of salt, green beans and cauliflower and boil for 35 minutes or until vegetables are al dente. You want them to be crunchy and not mushy. Drain and set aside. 4. Heat coconut oil in a medium size pot. Add garlic and onion. Sautee until golden brown. 5. Add milk, flour and paprika and cook for 1 minute mixing with a whisk. Add cheese and mix again. 4/12/2016 2/2 6. Cover and cook on low for 2 minutes. Add salt and pepper to taste. The cheese will melt and the sauce will be ready. 7. Add vegetables and gently mix to combine. Cover, remove from heat and let the ingredients merry together for a couple minutes before serving. 8. Serve warm to enjoy the cheesiness of this dish. I liked it cold too but it wasn't cheesy of course. http://ifoodreal.com/healthycheesygreenbeanscauliflowerrecipe/ The recipe and images are property and copyright of iFOODreal.com
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