In the Box–July 10

Contents of the box are subject to change.

Radicchio – 1 head
Zucchini – several pieces
Swiss Chard – 1 bunch
Chioggia Beets – 1 bunch
Basil – 1 bunch
Carrots – 1 bunch
Broccoli – 1 piece
Batavian Lettuce- 1 head

For recipes and storage tips as well as news on the farm, check out this week’s newsletter.

Fruit shares this week include rhubarb and blueberries.


Milk Not Jails A La Carte Order Deadline July 8

Place an order today for a special, one-time delivery of any of our dairy products to your CSA. In addition to your dairy share items, Milk Not Jails offers greek and flavored yogurts, kefir, cheese and more from the 7 family farms we serve.

Deadline to place your order is July 8th at 8pm. Place your order here, and we’ll deliver your farm-fresh dairy to your CSA pick-up the week of July 14th.

This year, we’ve added some Catskill creameries that make beautiful cheeses and ferments you cannot find anywhere else in NYC! And don’t forget we have the best price on Ronnybrook yogurt drinks in the city! We’ll be adding more items throughout the season, so please let us know what your hungry for and we’ll work with our dairy farmer network to find it!


In the Box–July 3

Contents of the box are subject to change.

Fennel – several pieces
Toscano Kale – 1 bunch
Red Beets – 1 bunch
Napa Cabbage – 1 bunch
Escarole – 1 head
Arugula – 1 bag
Lettuce – 1 head

For recipes and storage tips as well as news on the farm, check out this week’s newsletter.

Fruit shares for participating members start this week with rhubarb and blueberry.

Fourth of July PIE!!!

On our 7/3 pickup, treat yourself to a slice for $3, or pick up a whole pie ($20-$25) for the holiday. We’ll be offering world-famous pies from Briermere Farms and other amazing local places as well as pie from our very own member pie baker extraordinaires. Now dessert for your Fourth of July is as easy as pie.


In the Box–June 26

Kohlrabi is a rite-of-passage for new CSA members. I think it looks like a space alien but it tastes delicious. I’m a big fan of home fermentation and recently heard that kohlrabi makes a great kraut, so I’m going to give this recipe a try. You could also grate it into salad, or eat sliced with salt and pepper. Just be sure to remove the thick skin and stems.

Spinach – 1 bunch
Napa Cabbage – 1 bunch
Kohlrabi – 1 bunch
Red Boston Lettuce – 1 head
Green Boston Lettuce – 1 head

For storage info, recipes, and news about the farm, check out the rest of their newsletter.

Contents subject to change.


In the Box–June 19th

Note–this is just a sneak preview. Contents are subject to change as the farmers get through the actual harvest.

Spinach – 1 bunch
Garlic Scapes* – 1 bunch
Red Batavian Lettuce – 1 head
Red Boston Lettuce – 1 head
White Salad Turnips OR Toscano Kale OR Baby Bok Choi – 1 bunch

*The scape is the top of the garlic plant– a delicacy you only get to savor for a few weeks each June, so enjoy! Remove the top head (the bulbous lighter part). The rest is edible. It has a distinct garlic flavor, but it is certainly milder than the cloves. are the top of the garlic plant.


In a bag in the fridge…
Lettuce, Spinach, Scapes, Turnips, Kale & Bok Choi

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