Tuesday, September 19, 2017

This Week's Shares -- Wednesday, September 20, 2017


Choice of cabbage (Napa, savoy or red) 
Summer squash
Choice of arugula or tatsoi
Yellow onions
Salad turnips 
Choice of dill or cilantro
Scallions (Premium Share) 





Full Share Only

Full Share Only

Hen of the Woods
Chicken of the Woods (Note: these mushrooms need to be cooked well)

Add Ons
Anderson Farm's Figs
Breezy Hill Orchard Cider
Montclair Bread (Round Challah, Jewish Rye, Baquette)
The Foraged Feast (Mushrooms, Herb Mix)
Farm & Fork Society (Jams)

Letter from John Krueger (Week 15)

Hi Folks, 

So you might think that by now things would start to ease up a bit here on the farm and I would have time to write these updates and get them out to the members in a timely manner. But it never really slows down much until November. We are still busy transplanting fall crops such as lettuce and direct seeding other crops like spinach and radish. We are cleaning up fields that have produced their crop and planting oats and peas as a winter cover crop. And we are preparing ground for planting garlic which goes in the ground in late October and early November. We still have an acre of sweet potatoes to dig and 4 acres of winter squash to bring in. I recently purchased a greenhouse frame from a local farm that is getting out of the vegetable business. Yesterday we went to pick it up and transport it back to the farm. We had some problems which resulted in me not getting home until 10 pm; tired and hungry! Even as the work involved with this season’s production winds down there is always much to do to prepare for next year.

We have another lovely share for you this week, at least in my (not so) humble opinion! The fabulous Hakurei salad turnips are back. These sweet little roots are great in salad and also delicious cooked. They have wonderful greens which can also be eaten raw in salads or cooked; sautéed or in soups. We are offering them as a choice with radishes (some like it hot!) this time around but they will be featured exclusively in the coming weeks. If you end up with radishes and you’re not a fan, keep in mind that radishes can be cooked as well and lose their bite when prepared in this way.

The share for this week will be: Lettuce, potatoes, peppers, choice of cabbage (Napa, savoy or red) summer squash, eggplant, beans, choice of arugula or tatsoi, yellow onions, salad turnips and choice of dill or cilantro. Premium shares will also include scallions

Farmer John

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Weekly Addition Menu for September 20th Delivery

***New Pricing Structure Based on Survey Feedback*** 
Here is our Weekly Addition Menu for September 20th Delivery
Send an email to farmandforksociety@gmail.com with your order!

Deadline to order Sunday, September 17th by 9 PM
Pick up Wednesday, September 20th, 12-3 PM
Invoice will be emailed via PayPal.
$1.50 service fee will be added to your order.
September 20th Delivery Menu

Anderson's Farm
Figs: $6.50
1 dozen fresh figs
Figs will be picked early Wednesday morning at the farm in Basking Ridge

Breezy Hill Orchard
Apple Cider: $7.50
1/2 Gallon of fresh farmhouse cider
Montclair Bread Company 
Round Challah: $5.50
(Traditional Jewish bread made with eggs, round for Rosh Hashanah)
Jewish Rye: $7.25
(Rye sourdough blended with caraway seeds)
Baguette $3.50
(Classic & crusty with an open airy interior. Just flour, water, yeast & salt.)

The Forage Feast
1/2 pound share (two different mushroom varieties) $14.50
Maitake (Hen of the Woods) 1/2 lb:  $14.50
Baby Shiitake 1/2 lb:  $14.50
Clamshell Mushrooms 1/2 lb:  $14.50
King Oyster 1/2 lb:  $14.50
Dried Herb Mix (1/2 ounce): $5.50

Farm & Fork Society 
All products made from Organic/Eco-Farmed produce
Stone Fruit Jam (Peach, Nectarines, Apricots)
Stone Fruit Jam with a hint of Vanilla
Stone Fruit Jam with Cinnamon
Strawberry-Rhubarb Jam
8 oz, $12; 4 oz, $9
(Fruit from Breezy Hill Orchard, Staastburg, NY)  


Farm & Fork Society is committed to bringing you the most varied, interesting and delicious organic products possible. We have partnered with a maple farm located in the foothills of Vermont’s Green Mountains near Vermont’s tallest peak, Mount Mansfield to bring to you the tastiest maple products around. Mount Mansfield Maple Product (MMMP) harvests sap from almost 600 acres of maple trees and strives to have as little an impact on the environment as is possible.

All MMMP products are available to both Farm & Fork Society members and non-members. Not only are these products great tasting for your family, but also make great holiday gifts!

Use the following link to order.  Product details are on the order form.

Once you submit your order, you will be directed to PayPal to pay via PayPal or credit card. 

Click here to order.