Early Spring Session Week 6 Box Contents

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Early Spring Session Week 6

Welcome to Week 6 of the Early Spring Session!  Who can believe this six-week session has already come to an end?  With this lovely weather, we have more and more springing up here at the farm, and hope you all are able to join us for our last six-week session before Summer.  Late Spring Session begins next week, so sign-up now if you haven’t done so already.  Then, shortly after that, we will have our bountiful 20-week Summer Session here on Jubilee.  This is really the pinnacle of what we work towards all year long.  We sincerely hope that you will take part in it this year, and see the farm all it’s glory!

In further announcements, our brilliant culinary artist Heather will be moving on this next session, and we want to send her off with a great big THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts!  Heather’s delicious recipes have brought great joy to our taste buds for the past few years, and we are truly going to miss her awe-inspiring foodie ideas. Please feel free to stop by and visit her if you are ever in her neck of the woods!  She will be creating fantastic healthy foods for her community the the Juicebox Café, on Capitol Hill.  http://juiceboxseattle.com/pages/juice-bar-café.

As always, thank you all for supporting Jubilee Farm this session!  We hope to see each of you at our May Day Celebration on May 7th!

Box Contents:

  • Apples
  • Parsnips**
  • Beets
  • Fennel
  • Shallots
  • Purple Sprouting Broccoli
  • Purple Kale
  • Red Dandelion Greens
  • Spring Greens (Jubilee)
  • Thyme (Jubilee)

**Note: Many of the parsnips we received were in poor shape. You may have a replacement item instead of parsnips!

Sincerely,

Alina & all of your Jubilee Farmers

 

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2 thoughts on “Early Spring Session Week 6 Box Contents

    1. Hi Mike,

      Yes, everything in your box is edible! However, I am not exactly sure which type of onion you may have received . . . We have had yellow onions, red cipollini onions, as well as shallots in the past few weeks boxes. Regardless, if it was sprouting, I would definitely base edibility upon texture- if the onion is soft and squishy I would probably pass. If it it still firm on the outside, I would eat it, but cut the sprout off. Either way, I would be happy to supplement your next box with an additional item if the onion was not up to par! Please e-mail me at jubileefarm@hotmail.com!

      Thanks Mike!

      Alina

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