Giving Thanks for the Harvest!

Adorn your holiday tables with fresh produce! Farmers are thankful for a chance to slow down a little this month as we prepare the farm for winter. If you are a CSA member your shares will include options similar to those offered in October, and you will be able to sign up for the following season. Below are some of the crops you can expect during this month:


  • arugula

  • baby house salad mix

  • bok choy

  • cabbage

  • carrots

  • garlic

  • head lettuce

  • herbs

  • kale

  • kohlrabi

  • leeks

  • onions

  • scallions

  • sweet potatoes

  • spinach

  • turnips

  • watermelon radishes


Candied Sweet Potatoes with Bourbon

It isn't every day we get to soak our vegetables in bourbon but the holidays are the perfect time to indulge in these sweet, boozy potatoes.

Fall Herb Butter

Whip up a batch of this herb butter before you serve Thanksgiving dinner. This butter is creamy, crunchy from chopped almonds, and flavorful from a medley of herbs, making it a great spread for the table!

Ginger-Lime Baby Carrots

Having trouble using your smaller carrots? Use them as baby carrots in this Japanese inspired recipe.

Pork Belly Lettuce Wrap

Take a queue from Korean cuisine with these flavorful pork belly lettuce cups. Using lettuce as the wrap for this dish adds freshness to the flavorful, spicy dish.

Beet Chocolate Cake

This dairy-free, gluten-free cakes is a great option for the holidays. The earthy and sweet beet purée adds so much color and rich moisture to the cake, you would never guess it's dairy free.

Chicken Quinoa Soup with Baby Greens and Turmeric

Baby greens are great in salads but sometimes it's nice to switch things up. In the colder months, we like to use our greens in warm recipes like this chicken quinoa soup. It's warm and filling and a great way to use your greens in the fall and winter.

Foolproof Mashed Potatoes

With all the fun, experimental recipes you can try on Thanksgiving, there is nothing like classic mashed potatoes. They're smooth, creamy, and oh-so-comforting and this recipe will help you make the perfect classic mashed potatoes for your Thanksgiving.

Gingersnap Sweet Potato Praline Pie

This Pie has encompasses all the greatest flavors of fall. We love making this sweet potato pie for the holidays because we get to use our delicious farm fresh sweet potatoes!

Radish and Pecan Grain Salad

This autumnal salad is freshened up by bright and spicy watermelon radishes.

Bok Choy with Garlic

Super simple and delicious!

Crispy Apple and Kohlrabi Salad

With a big meal like Thanksgiving, sometimes it's nice to add a fresh dish to the mix. This apple and kohlrabi salad adds just that using fresh seasonal produce. This salad would make the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving meal or any meal in the fall.

Garlic Broth

Unfortunately, sick days happen, especially in the fall. This Delicious broth is a great simple meal to have on hand for sick days because it's easy, and a powerhouse for fighting colds and detoxifying the body. Make a big batch and store in the freezer for use all winter long.

Pickled Scallions (or Leeks!)

You can use these pickled scallions in place of pickled onions on tacos, sandwiches, burgers, salad, and many other dishes.

Spicy Cabbage with Turkey and Peanuts

It's nice to switch it up with Thanksgiving leftovers at the end of November and this salad is a great way to use up leftover turkey. Cabbage and peanuts add a nice crunch to this fresh and seasonal salad.