ANOTHER WEEK OR SO AND IT’S ROSH HASHANA!!
The New Year is upon us, and soon 5781 will make way for 5782
THE NEW YEAR HOLIDAY CHUBEZA DELIVERY SCHEDULE IS AS FOLLOWS:
Rosh Hashana Week:
Monday deliveries will be made on Sunday, September 5. No delivery for Wednesday customers (unless we’ll notify your differently by email)
Yom Kippur Week:
Monday, September 13 delivery will be as usual. Wednesday deliveries will be moved up to Tuesday, September 14.
Beginning of Sukkot Holiday Week:
Monday deliveries will be made on Sunday, September 19. No delivery for Wednesday customers (unless we’ll notify your differently by email)
End of Sukkot Week and Beginning of Simchat Torah:
During this week, Wednesday deliveries will take place on Wednesday, September 29. There will be no Monday delivery.
Next week, we will send a personal email to each of you with your exact delivery schedule for the holiday period. If you do not receive the email, or if you have any questions, let us know via the phone: 0546535980 or by email: [email protected].
As noted, over Chol Hamoed there will be no vegetable deliveries. But we greatly hope to renew our longtime annual tradition (so rudely interrupted by Covid) to host you at Chubeza’s Open Day at the Farm. Details to come once we receive the government guidelines. We can’t wait to welcome you back, and fervently hope that all will take place as planned.
OUR BEST WISHES TO YOU FOR A WONDERFUL, HEALTHY & HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Reminding you that the New Year brings you the spectacular Shana Ba’Gina Calendar / A Year in the Garden created by artist and gatherer Ilana Stein. If you haven’t yet met this amazing creation, Shana Ba’Gina is a detailed, illustrated calendar that is also a monthly guide to domestic Israeli gardening and nature. This product celebrates the direct connection between time and seasons with local agriculture and gathering. Each month brings about changes – in the field and forest, in the garden, and in your food. With the upcoming sabbatical Shmita year, Ilana created a special edition dedicated solely to indoor home gardening: vegetables on the windowsill, greens in the kitchen, hanging plants in the bathtub, hydroponics, terrarium and many other solutions to bring nature indoors.
A Year in the Garden comes highly recommended by the Chubeza staff!
A Year in the Garden products include a hanging/tabletop calendar, a weekly journal, and magnets with seeding schedules. Take a peek at Ilana’s distinctly charming calendar right here.
THIS WEEK’S NEWLETTER IS ON PARTIAL VACATION
But, in the spirit of our Summer Veggie Boxes, we’re happy to send you this most appropriate New Yorker cartoon (even though the vegetables pictured are more fitting for Europe/N. America).
WHAT’S IN THIS WEEK’S BOXES?
Monday: Bell peppers, Thai yard-long beans (lubia)/short Iraqi lubia, parsley/coriander, basil/New Zealand spinach, cucumbers, tomatoes, lettuce, slice of Neapolitan pumpkin, okra/green soybeans (edamame), corn/sweet potatoes. Small boxes only: Scallions/leeks.
Large box, in addition: Eggplant, onions, cherry tomatoes, Amoro pumpkin/butternut squash.
FRUIT BOXES: Pomegranates, mango, apples. Small boxes only: Bananas Large boxes: Greater quantities of the pomegranates, mango, and apples, plus nectarines/pears.
Wednesday: Bell peppers, Thai yard-long beans (lubia)/short Iraqi lubia/okra/cherry tomatoes, parsley/coriander, New Zealand spinach, cucumbers, tomatoes, lettuce, green soybeans (edamame), corn/popcorn, butternut squash, scallions/leeks/onions. Special gift for all: basil.
Large box, in addition: Eggplant/potatoes, slice of Tripolitan pumpkin, sweet potatoes.
FRUIT BOXES: Pomegranates, mango, apples, nectarines/pears. Large boxes: Greater quantities of all the fruits.