Friends of the Farm-

A nice big box of produce this week! Beds are full and the autumn season blesses us with a great mix of produce to share with you. Persimmons and winter squash sure bring the season in focus with their own unique flavors. We also love the colors represented in our Swiss Chard. It's fun to look down the rows and see the rainbow of stems & leaves. Sunrise makes it especially pop and come to life. Vegetables can be so beautiful...

In this week's recipe we feature Jarrahdale Winter Squash Soup. Trust me, you can't miss this ingredient in this week's delivery. The hardest part of the recipe may be simply breaking down the squash. It's big! The recipe itself is very straightforward and aromatic with the addition of fresh thyme. A warming, autumnal dish full of nutrition and flavor.
Other things we are making with our remaining squash throughout the week ahead include apple & persimmon roasted squash, winter squash gnocchi, grilled squash with pumpkin seeds & pumpkin oil, and roasted lentils with squash purée.

Don't forget to tune into this week's edition of our CSA music playlist. Link to our Spotify playlist is attached below to join the groove...
This week we take on a Halloween theme! Ghouls, graveyards, witches, spiders, Frankenstein & Vampires - this playlist has a touch of spook throughout. Don't worry, we still find a way to keep it fresh and funky. Great accompaniment for breaking down your squash and cooking soup, or waiting for trick-or-treaters to your door this weekend. Enjoy!

This marks our last week of the current CSA Quarter, (week 13 of 13).
Thank you all for supporting our farm this season by way of CSA membership!

November 5th starts our next season of CSA. To continue without interruption, please join our next 10-week season of CSA to feature fall and winter produce (runs through January 28, 2022).
Simply reply to this email to confirm your next quarter if you haven't already!

This and other past newsletters from this CSA quarter can now be found via our website at In the case of wanting to revisit a recipe, produce guide, or past playlist they are all collected here under the Newsletter Archive tab. We will continue to update each week.

All our best from the farm,
Tom & William
Umbel Roots