Winter Week 1: Brussels Sprouts and Celery Root

This is the earliest we've ever harvested Brussels sprouts, and I'm excited! They're big and beautiful and delicious! Hello, Potato Man!

This is the earliest we’ve ever harvested Brussels sprouts, and I’m excited! They’re big and beautiful and delicious! Hello, Potato Man!

THIS WEEK’S SUBSCRIBER MENU:

• “Purple Viking” Potatoes
• “Jester” Squash
• Celery Root
• Leeks
Brussels Sprouts
• Baby Lettuce (that should have been big)
Purple Collard Greens
• Fresh Parsley

Click on the links above for information and recipes about these crops.

COMING SOON: Winter Season!
Parsnips, Turnips, Spinach

Two words: BRUSSELS SPROUTS!!! I’m so excited! It’s taken 15 years to figure out the timing, but we finally have tall stalks of plump sprouts. Enjoy, we have 2,000 of them!

I’ll write more later tonight, but wanted to get this out there so you could follow the links!

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2 responses to “Winter Week 1: Brussels Sprouts and Celery Root

  1. So envious I am missing the Brussels!! I must not have signed up for fall.

    Rick and I have talked about how much your CSA is so great for our family. I’m sure it will be a hot list to get a slot in your small batch, but we are seriously interested. Please keep the communication flowing so we don’t miss the opportunity to make the decision!

    Hope you are well and feeling the peace of making your brave decision.

    Karen

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  2. WE PICKED UP OUR GROUND BEEF THIS WEEK. THE PICTURES OF YOUR PREP WITH THE BEEF ARE SOME GOOD IDEAS. WHEN YOU NEED SOME TASTE TESTERS WE WILL BE BY!!** ENJOY KEVIN/TRISH

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