Week 18 2017 Wausau Winter Market

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Winter Squash – Four types- Winter Sweet Blue and semi dry semi sweet

Butter Cup Dark green skin dry bright yellow sweet flesh, Acorn, and Sweet dumpling vericated pale yellow and green like an acorn but sweeter

Salad Mix or Mizuna – a mild Asian green. Like arugula but milder

Brusselini (The tops of the Brussel Sprout plant, use like kale or cabbage.)Small

Kale – Fulls

Carrots – Fulls

Tomatoes

Garlic

Celery

Winter Radishes

 

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Week 17 2017 Veggie Jokes

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Edamame – an edible soybean. The Japanese eat them like beer nuts. Boil for 5 min drain toss in kosher salt and suck the bean out of the pod for an appetizer or side.

Mizuna – a mild Asian green. Like arugula but milder

Brusselini (The tops of the Brussel Sprout plant, use like kale or cabbage.)

Beets

Grapes

Tomatoes

Garlic

Sweet Corn

Celery

 

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Week 6 2017 Newsletter

In YourBox   

Lettuce Head and or salad mix

Cilantro

Carrots (Halves)

Raspberries/Strawberries (halves)

Garlic Scapes – The flowering Shoot of the garlic plant I break off in the early summer use in anything you would use garlic in, slightly milder

Celery

Cucumbers

Beets

Oyster Mushrooms

Broccoli (fulls)

Peas

 

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Week 5 2017 Newsletter

In YourBox   

Lettuce Head

Mint

Carrots

Chinese Cabbage (Halves)

Garlic Scapes – The flowering Shoot of the garlic plant I break off in the early summer use in anything you would use garlic in, slightly milder

Salad turnips great in stir fries and salads but as versatile as a potato (fulls)

Swiss Chard

Cucumbers

Strawberries (Fulls)

Oyster Mushrooms (fulls)

Broccoli (halves)

Scallions

 

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Week 3 2017 Newsletter

Time keeps rollin on. More Greenery from Stoney Acres as we plunge head long into stirfry season . 

In YourBox   

Salad Mix

Mint

Bok choy – my favorite stir fry green. Sweet succulent leaves.

Chinese Cabbage – Fulls

Green Garlic or scallions- not as pungent as bulb garlic use everything except any roots or yellow leaves. Scallions are softer

Salad turnips great in stir fries and salads but as versatile as a potato

Kohlrabi – eat the greens like kale

Cucumbers fulls

Strawberries fulls

Radishes - Fulls

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Week 2 2017 Newsletter

In Your Box   

•   Salad Mix

•   Spinach

•   Bok choy – my favorite stir fry green. Sweet succulent leaves.

•   Beets- great red Rhonda Storage beets

•   Green Garlic- not as pungent as bulb garlic use everything except any roots or yellow leaves

•   Oyster Mushrooms

•   Kohlrabi – eat the greens like kale

•   Chives

•   Ruhbarb – Fulls

•   Radishes or salad turnips - fulls

 

Week 2 2017 Newsletter