CSA Week #5

THIS WEEK’S HARVEST Sugarsnap Peas Zucchini Green Cabbage Radishes Turnip Greens* Arugula Baby Kale Lettuce Garlic Scapes* *not included in Wednesday shares RECIPE IDEAS Arugula Breakfast Salad Radish-Cabbage Coleslaw Chicken and Cabbage Salad with Sesame Seeds, Scallions & Almonds Sauteed Turnip Greens & Garlic Scapes Lemony Kale & Garlic Scapes Kale Caesar Salad Snap Pea […]

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CSA Week #4

THIS WEEK’S SHARE Sugarsnap Peas Radishes Scallions Kale Arugula Pea Shoots Greenleaf Lettuce Butterhead Lettuce* Garlic Scapes or Green Garlic* *not included in Wednesday shares     RECIPE IDEAS Sugarsnap Pea and Pea Shoot Salad Quinoa Salad with Snap Peas, Scallions (we add finely chopped Radishes too) Sauteed Kale and Green Garlic Pea Shoot Pesto […]

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CSA Week #3

THIS WEEK’S SHARE Carrots Scallions Garlic Scapes Baby Rainbow Chard Redleaf Lettuce Butterhead Lettuce Baby Kale* Choice of Fresh Herbs* *not included in Wednesday shares RECIPE IDEAS Pizza Bianca with Goat Cheese and Swiss Chard 10 Things to Do with Garlic Scapes Chard and Cheddar Omelet Scallion Pancakes Shredded Kale and Carrot Salad

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CSA Week #2

THIS WEEK’S SHARE Napa Cabbage Kale Radishes or Salad Turnips Broccolini* Butterhead Lettuce Redleaf Lettuce Choice of Baby Greens *not included in Wednesday shares RECIPE LINKS Stir-Fried Cabbage in Peanut Sauce Fish Tacos with Napa Cabbage Slaw Baked Kale Chips Oven-Roasted Broccolini Lemony Broccolini Kale & Broccolini Salad with Maple Vinaigrette    

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CSA Week #1

THIS WEEK’S HARVEST Redleaf Lettuce Mini Bibb Lettuce Baby Kale Pea Shoots Bok Choi Bunched Kale Choice of Micro Greens RECIPE IDEAS >Bok Choi and Sesame Noodles >Baby Kale Salad >Easy Sauteed Kale with Garlic >Bok Choi Radish Slaw    

eating with the seasons

Now this is what we’re talking about! Thanks to Abby Quillen for this infographic about the benefits of eating with the seasons. “Eating seasonally helps you eat healthier, more nutritious food, and be more in sync with the natural world. Seasonal eating is also usually better for the environment than the standard American diet, because […]

grow your own!

It’s never too early to start planning your garden! If you plan to grow your own vegetables this year, we would love to grow your seedlings for you! All of our plants are Certified Organic, and grown from seed here at Stout Oak Farm. We use a compost-based potting mix (made by Vermont Compost Company) […]