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Pickup Reminder CSA TODAY THURSDAY Dec 10th BOXES

Posted 12/10/2015 7:56am by Jill Rendleman.

Members will enjoy white russian kale, japanese spinach, head lettuce, sweet potatoes, and parsley this week.  The spinach is the dark green leafy mix in a bag.  Great braised with a little olive oil and garlic or added to noodles, soup, or casseroles.  I love to have any spinach with a roasted sweet potato...the colors and textures taste so good together.  Parsley can be a meal in and of itself if added to noodles with something else you may love such as sun dried tomatoes and black olives......and then dusted with shaved or shredded parmesan.  Parsley is a highly nutritious herb that is great for building the immune system.   Since winter shares have a lot of good green stuff, I do have a recommendation for a kitchen investment.....that is the Chico produce storage bags sold at the Co op.  Usually they hide them somewhere in the produce area.  Below is a picture.  

Co op 4pm to 6pm  

Town Square Market  4pm to 7pm

Farm Pickup anytime after 2pm

Home Delivery......beginning at Noon.  

 





 

Jill Rendleman

All Seasons Farm

9535 US Hwy 51 N

Cobden, Illinois  62920

www.allseasons-farm.com

facebook.com/AllSeasonsFarm

          

 

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