Week 22 of our CSA share from Siena Farms comes after the crazy October snowstorm. I was a little afraid that the tender lettuces and such would be decimated. Apparently not. And despite warning 3 or 4 weeks ago that we wouldn’t see any more peppers there are a handful in this box.
In the top row we have frisee, panisse lettuce, purple cabbage, and treviso radicchio.
The second row has shallots, green bell peppers, another green that we’ve yet to identify (Ted thinks it is escarole) and leaf broccoli.
The bottom row has shunkyo radishes, parsley, watermelon radishes, carrots and parsnips.
We’ve reached week 21 of our CSA share from Siena Farms. Only a few weeks left in this year of boxes of veggies.
In the top row we have 2 butternut squash, celeriac and a bag of mixed greens.
The second row has a bunch of kale, 2 leeks, an eggplant and a pile of green peppers.
The bottom row has a mess of carrots, some baby bok choy and a bunch of potatoes (fingerling & yellow).
We are now at week 20 of our CSA share from Siena Farms. Fall greens and root veg rule the box this week. Who has a creative use for cabbage and parsnips?
In the top row we have a head of Samantha cabbage, a bunch of kale and a pile of parsnips.
The second row has a small mound of Tiburon (aka poblano peppers) a small head of green oakleaf lettuce, a pile of watermelon radishes and a pile of sweet potatoes.
The bottom row has Hungarian hot wax peppers, a yellow copra storage onion, a bunch of dill, turnip greens and a head of Boston lettuce.
We are now at week 19 of our CSA share from Siena Farms.
In the top row we have escarole, a Long Island cheese pumpkin and some Tuscan kale.
The second row has a bunch of fall French breakfast radishes, some rainbow carrots, red ace beets and a bulb of kohlrabi.
The bottom row has a handful of bok choy, a couple of leeks, a small bunch of cilantro and a pile of fingerling potatoes.
We are now at week 18 of our CSA share from Siena Farms. The newsletter indicates that this is the last week for eggplant (hurrah!) and peppers (boo!). We were overwhelmed with eggplant this year, to the point where we were giving them away. Peppers on the other hand fit into almost anything.
In the top row we have a bag of mesclun mix, a head of arrowhead cabbage, a bunch of red Russian kale and a bunch of parsley.
The second row has several machiaw eggplant, a bunch of fall radishes, a bunch of golden beet and a couple parsnips.
The bottom row has a yellow “storage” onion, a green bell better , a couple Tiburon (poblano) peppers, a dozen or so small fairytale eggplants and a parcel of jalapenos.
We are now at week 17 of our CSA share from Siena Farms. No eggplant this week, which is a pleasant surprise.
In the top row we have a bag of mesclun mix and a bag of braising mix, a butternut squash, a bunch of fall beets.
The second row has French breakfast radishes, 2 heads of broccoli and a pile of bac choi.
The bottom row has a pile of fingerling potatoes, some broccoli raab, 3 Tiburon (aka poblano) peppers and 2 leeks.
We are now at week 16 of our CSA share from Siena Farms.
In the top row we have a bag of baby lettuce mix, a bulb of fennel, a bunch of Tuscan kale, a head of frisee and a head of tendersweet cabage.
The second row has 3 smallish fairytale eggplants, 3 Tiburon (aka poblano) peppers and a large red shallot.
The bottom row has 4 green tomatoes, a small box of rainbow cherry tomatoes, Hungarian wax peppers, a bunch of cilantro and some baby chioggia beets.