This Week’s Share
|Carrots||2 pounds||1 pound|
|Chard||1 bunch||1/2 bunch|
|Dill||1 bunch||1/2 bunch|
|Fava Beans||6 pounds||3 pounds|
|Lettuce||1 large head||1 small head|
|Onions, Walla Walla Sweets||2 each||1 each|
|Potatoes, Bintje||4 pounds||2 pounds|
|Summer Squash||1 1/2 pounds||3/4 pounds|
- Dill: Your dill this week is more mature than the previous distribution, and your bunch may even include some flowering heads. These are easily used as you would less mature dill and are particularly great for pickling.
- Fava Beans: Warning– There is a rare genetic deficiency that affects some people and can lead to health problems if they eat fava beans. This condition is relatively rare and usually detected by childhood, but if you have never eaten fava beans before we recommend you check out www.g6pd.org to learn more.
- Potatoes: This week you are receiving 4 pounds of Bintje potatoes. These are an all purpose yellow skinned yellow fleshed variety, especially good for roasting or making frites. As we allow your potatoes to size up the fields there is always some chance for small cosmetic damage. There is a possibility over the season you may see damage from wire worm or scurf and the damage is usually to a small portion of the outer skin which can be easily peeled or cut off.
Sauvie Island Center’s Annual Summer Barn Dance & Picnic
Join us in supporting our friends at the Sauvie Island Center. Mark your calendars for July 28 for the 4th annual Sauvie Island Center Barn Dance and Barbecue. You will enjoy a summer barbecue with all the fixins’ courtesy of Bon Appetit. Award-winning steel guitar master Scott Law will provide the music and back by popular demand Montanna Jane will call the (square) dance. You can purchase tickets through the Sauvie Island Center website.
When: Saturday, July 28th 5:30 to 8 PM
Where: The Sauvie Island Center @ Howell Territorial Park on Sauvie Island
Member Submitted Recipes
Have you found a great recipe or cooked something new with your share items recently and thought, “Wow! Other CSA members may really enjoy this?” We want to hear about your culinary successes and share them with our members. Email your recipes to us at email@example.com and we’ll post them to the blog the next time that crop shows up. For the Facebook savvy you can go ahead and post the links directly to our Facebook page.
To kick off our member submitted recipes we have one from Kathleen in SW Portland. It’s for a Moroccan influenced beet soup, and she say it, “is really simple and delicious.” Just click the link and you’ll find the recipe there. Thanks Kathleen!
Follow us on Facebook
Are you on Facebook? So is SIO. Come visit Sauvie Island Organics on Facebook, give us your “like,” and stay up to date with the most current happenings on the farm. This summer you will be the first to know what restaurants have fresh SIO produce on their menus, as well as links to even more recipe ideas for cooking up your CSA shares.
Calling All CSA Share Containers
Help the farm by returning any CSA Share Containers you may have accumulated so far. We are charged a fee for each container that is not returned after 30 days, and appreciate your help in doing so in a timely manner. Thank you in advance.