New this week:
Apples : Fuji apples from Larchmont Farm from Elmer.
Honey Nut: Delicious butternut flavor delivered in a slightly smaller package and has about ten times the sweetness and squash flavor of the regular butternut. You can simply cut in half and roast in the oven. Or try this fancy recipe for Twice Baked Honey Nut
Butterkin: A cross between a butternut squash and a pumpkin, the butterkin squash is very new to the commercial market, both for growing and eating. It’s quickly gaining in popularity, due to its smooth and sweet flesh. Butterkins can be a substitute for any dish that calls for butternut squash or cooking pumpkins. Prep Tips:Cut the butterkin in half. Place face down onto a foil lined baking sheet. Bake in 400F oven until soft. Remove seeds and discard. Carefully scrap out the softened squash from cavity.
Wow! It really is hard to believe that 20 weeks have passed. Thank you so much you precious CSA members for your support this season. Your smiles and words of encouragement are greatly appreciated.