CSA ~ August 15, 2019

Weekly & Bi-Weekly Shares

Happy CSA Day!

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If you realize that you aren't going to be able to make it to pick-up, no problem!

Just give us a call at 330-549-9408 to arrange a Friday visit.

In This Week's Share!

Corn (McMaster's Farm)

Hydroponic Leaf Lettuce




Sunflower Head


Produce in a Basket

We are trying something new this week. Rachel has found that we have enough cardboard produce baskets to pack one for each CSA share. We ask that you bring your basket back the next time you come in so that we can refill it! This is an experiment, so we will see if it works out or not.


When you think of herbs like thyme, do you normally picture a beautifully roasted chicken or a tender piece of beef? How about baked apples?!?! Give this unexpected use for fresh thyme a try and let us know if you like it! Want a more traditional thyme recipe? Can't go wrong with cheddar-thyme biscuits!

Tips For Cooking With Thyme

Thyme can be used in its whole form, or by picking individual leaves from the stem at the base of each leaf cluster. Thyme leaves can be added, whole or chopped, to a dish at any stage of cooking. The longer they cook, however, the more flavor they’ll provide. Thyme stems are fibrous and won’t break down during cooking, so if using whole thyme stems, pick them out and discard before serving. If baking with thyme, remove the small individual leaves from the stem beforehand. (Source: https://www.thespruceeats.com/all-about-thyme-996135)

What About Thyme Flowers?

You can use flowers as a garnish, on the stem or break up the tiny blooms and sprinkle flower pieces on dishes. Thyme flowers add a lemony flavor to foods and can be used in making flavored butter. (Source: https://homeguides.sfgate.com/thyme-blossoms-edible-80361.html)


Sticking with the idea of unexpected recipes, how about a fun, new way to prepare fresh corn on the cob? You've boiled it, you've grilled it, but have you made ice cream? Check out this very cool idea below!

Tips to Cut Your Corn Off the Cob


Onions are not the first thing that come to mind when the word "breakfast" is mentioned...but maybe they should be! Check out this recipe that incorporates onions into your breakfast eggs!

What do I do with a sunflower head?

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October 3, 10


August 15, 29

September 12, 26

October 10

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Goodness Grows is a faith-based 501(c)3 non-profit operating out of Common Ground Church Community. Our mission is to cultivate personal, social, and community growth through gardening, education, and opportunity for people of all abilities. We are working to improve people's lives through social and therapeutic gardening practices. We'd love for you to join us!

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