Week # 8 – June 20 [Bweek]

Stella, our Southside CSA mascot

Our first B week was great! Super-cool to finally see everyone. Looking forward to a summer of swapping recipes in the backyard over tacos and frozen margaritas…

Martin unloading our share under the shadow of Domino

Freshly picked veg straight from Goshen, NY

 MimoMex Vegetable Share

  • 2 stalks of Spring Garlic
  • 1 head of Green Leaf Lettuce
  • 1 bunch Spinach
  • 1 bunch Swiss Chard
  • 1 bunch Basil
  • 3 Beets
  • 2 White  Onions
  • 1 bunch Quelite (quelite is a type of “wild” green)
MimoMex Spring Garlic
MimoMex Swiss Chard
MimoMex Green Leaf Lettuce
MimoMex Quelite, a yummy green new to a lot of members

Greig Farm Berry Share

  • 1 1/2 lb Sugar Snap Peas
  • 1 bucket of Strawberries (approx 4lbs)
Snacking on Strawberries!
Stella stands guard over our Greig Farm Sugar Snap Peas & cooler of meat
STRAWBERRIES! by Norman Greig

MimoMex Egg Share

  • your pick of 1 dozen of gorgeous farm fresh eggs
MimoMex Eggs

Northwind Farms Meat Share

  • Pork Sausage
  • Rib Steak
  • Lamb Should Chops
  • Pork Chops

Eagle Street packing up their donation for the Pantry

At the end of every night, we pack together anything that hasn’t been picked up and a member volunteer drives it over to the food pantry. This week we donated 4 crates of food, some eggs, and 2 bucket s of strawberries  to the Southside Mission.  We also had 2 members glean off some beets and onions for the weekly meal at the Greenpoint Soup Kitchen.  It was a good night! Thanks for everyone from our fab volunteers and members, the farmers at Eagle Rooftop Farm, the folks at the Woods, & Maria and Alex in the taco stand for making the night so fun!

Southside CSA donation to Southside Mission 6/20
Weighing out some Sugar Snap Peas
Bring your friends to the backyard! A special treat for those who didnt get a membership or need MORE! We have produce for sale by Eagle Street Rooftop Farm
Picking out a bucket of berries
Members grabbing their share
Selecting a bucket of fresh picked strawberries
Talking vegetables
Dont forget to bring your own bags
The colors of spring

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