Howdy Folks, Happy Fall Harvest Oct 14-18, 2019
Autumn Royal Black Grapes – Rocking Chair Ranch
Red Plums (medium & large boxes only) – Rocking Chair Ranch
Italian Parsley – Bautista Farms
First Harvest Organic Butternut Squash – Tonini Farms
First Harvest Brussels Sprouts – MG Farms
First Harvest Curly Kale – MG Farms
Organic “Fuji or Sweetie Apples” – Cuyama Orchards
Fresh Baby Spinach – Babe Farms
Vine Ripe Round Tomatoes – Martinon Farms
Purple Plum Radishes – Babe Farms
Organic Romaine Lettuce – Rancho La Familia
First Harvest Sweet Golden Beets – Bautista Farms
Kohlrabi & Red Acre Cabbage Microgreens – Gracious Greens
(All items subject to change based on availability ~ if a change, we’ll update our website harvest box page)
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Cavatappi with Butternut Squash and Bacon
Apple Crisp Yogurt Parfait
Romanesco, Goat Cheese, Butternut Squash Risotto
Crispy Asian Brussels Sprouts
Garlic Roasted Tomato and Spinach Flatbread
View our recipe pages for more recipes that pair with this week’s harvest!
Monday Fish: Sand Dabs
Sand dabs are a small type of flounder, generally weighing in at less than a pound and measuring just 6 to 8 inches long. Sand Dabs have a sweet, soft texture that is uncommonly moist and mild. Best when sauteed, fried, grilled, baked, or broiled.
Coat the fillets on both sides with seasoned cracker meal. Heat about 4 to 6 tablespoons of cooking oil in a large shallow pan. Add sand dabs and fry over medium heat for 1 to 2 minutes on each side. Remove the filets with a spatula and place on a warmed serving platter.Tuesday – Friday Fish: Rainbow Trout
Rainbow trout meat is mild, with a delicate, nut-like flavor. The flesh is tender, flaky and soft. It doesn’t need much enhancing at all, which makes it a very easy fish to cook. To bring out the best flavor out of trout, use very basic ingredients : olive oil, salt and pepper, minced garlic, and fresh lemon slices. That’s it! Bake on a cookie sheet at 400 degrees for 15 minutes.