Week 4 TapRoot CSA

CSA - Week 4

What's in your share this week? -  taprootfarms.ca/shares

A view of the mural that was painted on our wear house last summer for the uncommon common art.

This building houses the office, squash storage and washing area, share making space, egg washing room, as well as storage for our packing materials.

Farm Notes:

Sustainable Maritime Fish to your next pick up!

All available in 8oz portions.

Individually quick frozen to maintain peak freshness.

Hook and line Pollock - $5.50/pack (Digby, NS)

Land raised Sustainable Blue Salmon - $12.25/pack (Center Burlington, NS)

Land Raised Arctic Char - $10.75/pack (Shippagan, NB)

                 We have run out of haddock but will be getting more next week!

Afishionado is dedicated to bringing the fishing traditions of Nova Scotia back to the plates of consumers and, as much as possible, maintaining close relationships with those who catch the fish, while fostering a fair, transparent and sustainable exchange of seafood in the province. Opened by fish-lover and proud Nova Scotian Hana Nelson in August, 2014, Afishionado is a community-minded fishmonger.

Available at all delivery locations

Share recipe inspiration:

We made this risotto over the weekend. Risotto does take a little tending, but it's well worth the effort.

I made the rest of the meal while I was adding water (I didn't have any stock on hand) and stirring.

Butternut Squash Risotto:

Kim from wholesale says add a little grated carrot and minced garlic (sesame seeds and sesame oil if you have it on hand, but just as good without it) to this Curried Cabbage Salad and it's perfect.

It's best if you add the cabbage last and leave it for no longer than 5 minutes. You still want to have a little crunch left to it.

Curried Cabbage with Cashews

A Full Monty Member shared this recipe on our FaceBook page:

Maple Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Hazelnuts.

Dry Rub Fall off the Bone Chicken Wings

This is our first year with storage radish. Here are black and watermelon radish (I'll let you guess which is which).

The black radish is hot, with a horseradish-y taste. The watermelon radish is sweet and mild.

Both are good and crunchy.

Have a great week!


Justine and the whole TapRoot Team