|Danver's Half Long Carrots|
2# german butterball potatoes, 1 bunch hakurei turnips, 1 bunch danver's half long carrots, 1 bliss pumpkin, 1 black radish, 1 bulb of garlic and 1 shallot, 1 pint edamame.
Regular shares contain: 4# german butterballs, 1 turnip, 1 carrot, 1 pumpkin, 2-3 black radish, 2 garlic bulb, 1 shallot, 1 quart edamame, 1 bunch beets.
Thank you for participating in our farm share this year! You have helped us get up and going last spring, kept us going thru the summer, and seen us to the fall. Because of our responsibility to fill your box each week, we stayed motivated to get things seeded, weeded, planted, and watered on time. I hope you enjoyed it as much as we have! We love what we're doing and you help make it possible for us to continue on this adventure! Thank you, thank you!
The german butterball potatoes and bliss pumpkin can be kept for a month or more if you so desire. The potatoes have a yellow flesh and are great mashed (as well as all other ways you like potatoes). The pumpkin is, in my opinion, DELICIOUS! I steamed one in a pot on the stove the other night to see how they are because it is a variety I haven't grown before and I was impressed. So much so I think we'll grow more of them and less of other varieties next year. It was great plain and would make excellent pie or soup.
The turnips are a mild variety, great eaten raw in a salad or dipped in pesto. They are also great caramelized. The greens are good eating too!
Black Radish Salad
2 tsp fresh lemon juice
1/2 tsp dijon mustard
1 large or 2 to 3 small black radishes
1 shallot, cut paper thin
1 T olive oil
1. combine lemon juice and mustard and add oil slowly while beating with a whisk until it emulsifies.
2. grate the radish and add radish and shallot to the above.
3. salt to taste, toss, and eat immediately.