All posts by Emily Smith

Strawberry Picking June 17

Take a ride with us to visit Golden Earthworm Organic Farm and pick all the sweet strawberries you want (first pint is free!).

Strawberry season is underway, and Golden Earthworm Farm is offering u-pick strawberries to CSA members only. You’re welcome to drive out to the farm on your own, but to make it even easier, we’ve chartered a bus!

When: Saturday, June 17th
Bus Pick up: 8:30am at Sunnyside Community Services
Bus Return: 5:30/6:00pm
Suggested Donation: $5 per person / $10 per family (kids free)

All veggie share members get a free quart of strawberries. Want more than a pint? Pick as much as you’d like for only $4.50/pint.

Sign up for a spot on the chartered bus here. (Spots are limited–sign up soon!)


Want to be more social? Sunnyside CSA is on Facebook and Twitter too!

In The Box–June 8, 2017

Happy second week of veggies! Below is a quick list of what’s in your box this week. If you’d like more info, or a few recipe ideas, check out this week’s email.


The veggie pickup for Thursday, June 7th will be at Sunnyside Community Services from 5-8pm. Here’s what you’ll be getting:


Baby Spinach – Storage: In an airtight (plastic) bag in the refrigerator. Uses: Raw or cooked. When to use: Within 3 days.


Green Kale – Storage: In an airtight (plastic) bag in the refrigerator. Uses: Raw or cooked. When to use: Within 5 days.


Red Radishes – Storage: In an airtight (plastic) bag in the refrigerator. Uses: Raw or cooked. When to use: Within 5 days.


Red Boston LettuceStorage: In an airtight (plastic) bag in the refrigerator. Uses: Raw in a salad. When to use: Within a week


Green Boston Lettuce – Storage: In an airtight (plastic) bag in the refrigerator. Uses: Raw in a salad. When to use: Within a week.


Collards – Storage: In an airtight (plastic) bag in the refrigerator. Uses: Raw or cooked. When to use: Within a week.


Please note that any boxes not picked up by 8pm will be donated to SCS and items are subject to change.


In general, greens should be stored in an airtight plastic bag or container. They “go bad” when they dehydrate, so never put them straight in your fridge. If you find that they have gone “limp,” a tell-tale sign of dehydration, you can try soaking them in a bowl of cold water for a period of time. Often they will perk right back up again!


For more tips, recipe ideas, and more information on this week’s produce, check out the Golden Earthworm blog. http://goldenearthworm.com/farmblog