Today’s share has the first of the winter squash. We’re starting with Sweet Reba, an acorn type, and Delicata Zeppelin. The yield on winter squash was pretty poor this year so we’ll likely only be giving out one or two more squash in the next week or two, but these two varieties should be good to eat any time between now and November.
Arugula is back to help spice up your salads, as are some winter radishes. The radish tops are edible as well, and I know some folks who eat them raw but I prefer them cooked. We also have collard greens in the share for cooking, and Samantha lettuce for your raw salads.
To round it all out we still have a few tomatoes, a good number of sweet peppers, and a big bunch of carrots.