News from the Farm…
Got more produce than you can eat these days? Just can’t stop picking in the pick-your-own? This is a great time of year to start stocking up for winter!
New to preserving the harvest? Here are some great recipes to help you:
~Air dry your herbs;
~Freeze herbs in oil;
~Freeze carmelized onions;
~Make & freeze kale and basil pesto;
~Preserve hot peppers
Or, if you’ve been canning, freezing or drying for years, please email us links to any favorite recipes or tips. Or better yet, make a video and send us a link! We’d love to share with members in newsletters to come.
Support your local farmer!
Pick-up your veggies on your pick-up day! Can’t make it? Please send a friend to pick up for you – no need to contact us, just do it! Emails requesting a rearrangement of your pick-up schedule really slow down our beloved farmer Ray, who is quite magical but still cannot simultaneously answer emails and till the fields.
In the share this week:
braising greens (kale and chard)
tomatoes!mix and match options:
Pick Your Own:
herbs: oregano, parsley, cilantro, basil, dill, thyme, sage, mint
Ideas & Recipes
Grilled Steak Salad with Beets & Scallions
Food for Thought…
Do you know what whole fields are?
They are fields with a dog and a moon.
Do you know the answer — for the many?
Except there would be vineyards.
Meaning there would, as usual, be commerce.
Money, and a game of sorts to play it.
Meanwhile — Emma lost in the cover-crop.
Top of her head bobbing through mustard-flower.
It is, after all, still here —
The real world, the outstretched earth,
Rain, soil, copper for pennies.