Red House Farm

Boulder, Utah

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RHF CSA Newsletter #2 10-30-09

Posted by scott brodie on March 3, 2010 at 8:12 PM

RED HOUSE FARM CSA #2  10-30-09

 

Today’s Box Includes:

     Blue Hubbard Squash

      Red Core Chantenay Carrot

       Red Dragon Carrot

        Colorodo Rose Potato

         Gold Top Turnip

          Rutebega

           Leeks and/or Onion

            Eggs

             Braising Greens

              Brynn’s famous Basil Pinion Bread

 

The Red House Farm CSA  members are Todd Campbell, Steve and Cheryl Cox, Anselm Spring, Doren Lyman, Tom and Lauren Jerome sharing with Keith and Lisa, Allysia Angus sharing with Steve and Amber Hughes, Michelle and Brock LeBaron, Pete and Cookie, Curtis and Diane, Dennis and Caroline and Jacque and Dean….thank you all!

Here’s some ideas on what to do with some of the veggies…..

Mary Feiler says the best way to use turnips is to scallop them like you would potatoes (you can even add scalloped potatoes)

Our farmer-friend Erika says she peels and dices them, then layers in a casserole with other veggies, cheese and herbs.

Pearl, the dental hygienist at the Wayne county Clinic says a peeled and diced rutebega will make a beef stew wonderful. If anyone is heading to Bicknell, would you drop off some squash for Pearl?  She is a great person to talk to about gardens, animals and bees (also teeth!)

Cookie says she took last weeks root veggies, doused them in balsamic vinegar and roasted them for two hours…yum

E-mail or tell us your recipes so we can include them in future boxes…

This week the big push at the farm is to harvest all the veggies in the lower garden before the deer do!  Stop by anytime to help….we will harvest then pack them in sand in the root cellar…come by if you want to help and would like to learn how to store your veggies long-term at home!

The red house farm will be hosting the bee meeting and potluck Nov 4th at 6 pm…buzz on over

If you did not get a chance to see our recent movie on the sustainable food movement ‘fresh’ last week, it was really good…we have a copy here if you would like to borrow it.

Don’t forget to pick up your second dozen eggs later…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Good for one dozen eggs

coupon good for one dozen red house farm eggs courtesy of the hens.

Expires November 6th…leave coupon in Fridge

 

 

 


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