CSA ~ July 23, 2020

Weekly & Bi-Weekly


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If you find you can't make it during the pick up time, please let us know and we can

arrange a Friday visit. If you are not feeling well, we can bring your share out to your

car to facilitate social distancing. Just give us a call at 330-549-9408.

Have any CSA news you want to tell us about or would you like to suggest a recipe?

Contact us online by replying to these email updates or email jlynch02@gmail.com.

As always, thank you for supporting Goodness Grows!

In This Week's Share

Rebel Starfighter Prime Tomatoes

Atomic Grape Tomatoes

Grape Tomatoes

Cherry Tomatoes




Spaghetti Squash


Hungarian Hot Wax Peppers



McMaster’s Corn

PLUS ~ 1 Bonus Veggie! ~ We have an assortment of Sunburst Squash, Zucchini, and Eggplant. You will get to pick one of these as a bonus this week.

Number of crops ready and amount of harvest of a given crop will vary throughout the season.
We will provide at least six items each week. If we have any crop issues, we will

supplement with produce from other local farms. Some weeks will include value added

items, such as Jungle Jam, Zucchini Bread, or Fresh Basil Pesto.

Tips & Recipe Ideas

Special Tomatoes

This week provides a bounty of yummy, farm-fresh tomatoes...one of the best parts of summer! Our purple-y green tomatoes might be ones you've never seen before.

Atomic Grape: Incredible-looking when simply halved and tossed with salt, pepper and good olive oil. Source: https://www.starkbros.com

Rebel Starfighter Prime: Flavor should be deep and rich with long lasting “umami.” Good tomato for slicing. Source: https://www.worldtomatosociety.com/

These tomatoes make a great snack, or sandwich, or burger topping. They would also work well in a tomato salad, like the recipe below.


Straight from one of our favorite local farms, you are getting a half dozen ears of amazing sweet corn! Check out McMaster Farms on Facebook and on their website:




Did you know that "beets and their greens are an excellent source of folate, vitamins A and K, and a very good source of manganese, copper, and potassium....And they're so versatile, you can steam, fry, pickle, juice, boil, slow cook, pressure cook, or eat them in a salad."
Source: https://www.self.com/story/10-facts-didnt-know-beets

This year, we've grown white, golden, and red beets, so you'll find an assortment in your share today.

Beet Greens

Don't throw those beet tops away! They are good for all sorts of things, like Sauteed Beet Greens. Hit the button below for that recipe. (Oddly, I couldn't link to this recipe like I normally do, had to use a button. Technology!)


This herb makes me think of my mom's Thanksgiving stuffing. Yum! But there are so many other recipes that can be improved by the addition of some lovely, fresh sage. Check out the article below for some great ideas on how to use it, as well as a delicious sounding recipe for "Fried Sage and Parmesan Penne."
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