1431 Foulk Rd, Wilmington, DE 19803

Open Tue-Fri 9-6, Sat 9-5

CSAs 12/19/22

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This is a list of what will be in the CSA – Community Supported Agriculture – shares this week. You can learn more about the CSA here, and you can sign up and manage your account here

SMALL: leeks, russet potatoes, baby bok choy, escarole, carrots, radishes or daikon, rosemary, Fuji apples, and Asian pear

LARGE: the above plus acorn or kabocha squash, lettuce, mushrooms, and thyme or cilantro 

FRUIT ONLYcranberries, Asian pears, crimson crisp apples, and Fuji apples

Recipe ideas for some share items

A bit more information on: Rosemary

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A fragrant, woody herb, reminiscent of pine; a relative of thyme, mint, sage, and lavender. Used primarily in hearty cooking of roasts, roasted vegetables, and soups.

Storing rosemary

Place rosemary in a plastic bag in the fridge; it will last a week or two.

To dry rosemary

Rinse under cold running water just before use. Peel the outer skin off. Trim off the remains of the stalks and root. Grate, slice, or chop as desired.

About Highland Orchards

Completely surrounded by suburbia, our small farm has been growing beyond expectations since 1832, just north of Wilmington, Delaware.

Growing a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, and flowers, Highland Orchards provides true “farm fresh” for the community all year. If you want to shake the hand of the farmer who grows for you, here is the farm! With plants in the ground or under cover in tunnels, we grow for every season. A family farm, we have three different generations involved in running the farm right now.

Come see us to eat fresh, eat local, and eat well!

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