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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Summer Time

Fresh Sustainable Produce - Grown Locally
June 21, 2016
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     Summer is officially here! The days are getting hot and to beat the heat, the farm crew has started working early in the morning and again later in the afternoon. This week we are ushering in the beginning of summer by digging up the potatoes. They will need a few weeks to cure before we put them into the shares.
     Even though the summer solstice was only yesterday, Cane Creek Farm’s summer season is half over; can you believe it?! Summer and Fall shares run for 12 weeks each, and the last summer pickup is August 3. 
     If you have been happy with your food and would like to enjoy tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuce and greens into August, as well as share in our autumn bounty of field peas, peppers, okra, sweet potatoes and eggplant (to name a few), please visit our website to reserve your spot in our Fall season. We also welcome any feedback you can provide to us regarding your experience. Please feel free to contact us at any time!

Tri-Color Salad

Salad:
-1 Fennel bulb, halved, cored and thinly sliced
-1/2 head Radicchio, thinly sliced
-1 head lettuce, washed and chopped
-1 granny smith apple, thinly sliced

Dressing:
-2 tbsp lemon juice (freshly squeezed)
-1/2 tsp dijon mustard
-3-4 tbsp EVOO
-salt and pepper to taste

Combine ingredients for dressing; toss with salad ingredients. 

Zoodles and Beet Pesto by Susan

Zucchini or any summer squash make great noodles. You can cut them with a spiralizer, but if you don't have that gadget it works to cut thin slices by hand or to push the squash through an onion chopper. The zoodles can be eaten raw in a lettuce cup or as a salad. I like them cooked for about three minutes in a pot of boiling water, drained and served with tomato sauce and a big dallop of beet pesto. Yum! 

You might also like to try one of these zoodles recipes. 

Upcoming Classes:
Lunch n' Learn July 20:
Plant an Organic Cut Flower Bed. Learn how to plan, plant and arrange cut flowers organically in your own garden. 
Photo: Bouquet from farm flowers

This Week's Share

Please Wash your produce before eating

Medium
Red Russian kale
Head Lettuce
Green Beans
Fennel
Green Onions
Yellow squash
Zucchini
Tomato

Large
All of the above, plus

New Yu Mai
Beets
Blueberries

Fresh herbs
Basil
Oregano
Marjoram
Tarragon
Rosemary
Savory
Chocolate Mint
Summer Squash at the farm
Girl Power! Farm Camp 2016
Flowers on the hill

Massaged Kale and Berry Salad with Citrus Honey Dressing by Judy

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