To see photos, recipes and storage tips for our full lineup of crops, see the list to the right
or our crop calendar.
Below are a few of the crops featured in our current CSA boxes.
These sweet little turnips are a staple of our CSA's cooler months. They're one of the first root crops we see in the spring, and we love snacking on them all through the winter as well. Click over to the page for some interesting ideas, including cooking them in a maple glaze for breakfast.
Yes, it's true: like most CSAs, we love growing kale and putting it in your share. The difference is in the flavor, though: our Red Russian kale is sweet enough to eat raw, and our Lacinato doesn't carry the bitter bite you'd normally expect from such a thick leaf. Raw or cooked, our kale is great.
Fat Free Vegan: North African Chickpea & Kale Soup
Heidi Swanson: Raw Tuscan Kale Salad
We grow a handful of different Asian greens in hopes of introducing you to new flavors and possibilities. From the earthy-tasting but lettuce-like Tokyo Bekana to the hearty, thick, spicy Yukina Savoy, this category covers lots of bases. Vitamin Green, a nutrient-dense, tasty green, is pictured here.