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Black radish is different than traditional spring radishes, which are pink or purple, in that their skin is (obviously) black. They're also larger in diameter than traditional ones, ranging from 3 to 4 inches. Their flavor is more pungent, too, and their texture is a bit tougher. When peeled, their flesh is white and drier than that of other radishes. Black radishes have a longer shelf life than most radishes, so they are available year-round, although the crop peaks in winter and early spring Preparation + Cooking Thoroughly wash radishes before eating raw. Many people discard the radish greens, but they are edible and nutritious. Radish leaves have a delicious peppery taste. If radishes were purchased with the leaves attached, remove the tops unless they will be served the same day. Storing radishes for any length of time with the leaves left on will cause loss of nutrients and moisture, so if you plan...

Week number TWO! We're back at it this week! How was your first CSA box? We love Septembers in Arkansas - we've started to see the transition to fall both in the fields and in our boxes! This week, we'll have our first delivery of winter squash! Take a look at our storage tips and recipes we've included below. We had the pleasure of partnering with Bristro Catering & Take Away in Bryant, AR last Thursday. The event included New South veggie samples made by Chef Bonner, White River Creamery cheese, and local beer from around the state! It was truly a Taste of Arkansas event. See you again for another great CSA week! Reminders to all CSA members:   Bi-weekly members will not pickup produce shares this week. Leftover produce and cheese will be donated to First Baptist food pantry, partners with AR Hunger Relief Alliance. Please bring back your box! You can also bring...