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Farm Happenings (Delivery # Fall/Winter)

Posted on January 1st, 2019 by Diane Riehm
Farmer Phil talks about what's going on at the farm during the winter seasons...You will notice this week we have given you a couple of unique recipes...CHECK IT OUT in this newsletter!!

In this week's edition: Farmer Phil's video, Recipes we enjoyed, RSVP'ing for the Webinar & Bonus Gift, Add-on shares, Extra's you'll want, Exciting egg news in the P.S. section.


"Healthy soil makes healthier veggies, which makes a healthier you." - Farmer, Phil Riehm.

Watch what farmer Phil is doing over the holiday's. He's explaining these few hours in the greenhouse before the Christmas parties began! 

(Video 0:38)
Farmer Phil fills in the gaps...with spinach?

We found a couple of great recipes and we wanted to share them with you! Click the picture to get the recipes below:  Beet chips and Daikon (Fall) Radish 

Mini sweet potatoes:


Look for thyme in your extras to purchase so that you have everything on hand to make the sweet potato dish. 

***Don't forget to return your CANVAS BAG and LINERS each delivery! **** 

[Farminar Event]

What: Live Farminar plus Bonus Gift 

When: Tuesday January 8th
Time: 7:00 p.m. (30 minutes)
Where: Join us live on Zoom with this link
RSVP Here:
Find it on Facebook

Join Farmer Phil and Diane from RPFarm for an informational session on farm share boxes.  In this webinar:

  • we'll talk about the farm,
  • all about customized farm share boxes,
  • and some Fun New Features! 

Join us!

Share this link with your friends! They'll want the gift too!

RSVP here →
(everyone who rsvp'd will get the link to review later)

January 8 - January 11

Fruit - Mixed apples this delivery
Bread -
 This delivery Sourdough. Local artisan bread baker, Linda Lambert, handcrafts fresh bread daily. Trained at the Culinary Institute of America in New York
Hamburger share
 - 3# bulk, born and raised at Riehm's
Coffee - Guatemala Antigua. It is a medium roast coffee grown in high altitudes. Tasting notes include milk chocolate, honey, and caramel. Expect a full bodied cup with a bright, pleasantly acidic finish from award-winning Bailiwick's.

 Pictured here is Brian and Morris doing morning hen chores! These are their new hens that will start laying in the spring and provide fresh eggs to Riehm's for the CSA farm shares! Meet Brian and Stacie Anderson's who live near Bowling Green. 

— proud parents to Audrey and Morris.  Brian and Stacie Anderson both grew up on farms and knew they wanted to raise their family around livestock. Anderson's grow with integrity and with a focus on providing healthy, local eggs.  Their farming practices are simple - and they sell only the best quality eggs — the same thing we feed our families.

John, Diane and Phil
Your farmers at,
Riehm Produce Farm


“We help busy people get weekly, farm fresh meals on the table so they feel healthy and full of ideas as to what’s for dinner.”