Monthly Archive: November 2009
We have been blessed with mild temperatures during these final weeks of the season and so will enjoy lots of nice greens right through next week’s final share.
I wanted to give everyone a cooking pumpkin for their holiday baking needs. Unfortunately our harvest of pumpkins was rather meager this season. (more…)
We are in the home stretch of the season. Fortunately the weather is predicted to remain mild for the next couple of weeks, so many of the late crops we have been waiting impatiently to be ready will have a chance to mature. I have finished planting the cover crop and prepared beds for the garlic and shallots. (more…)
We have reached the end of another CSA season. While all years hold their own particular challenges for a farmer this one has been especially difficult. Most of the other farmers that I have had a chance to talk with agree that 2009 was the worst growing season they can remember. (more…)
This is a relatively simple recipe with very pretty colorful results when using multi-colored carrots. The original is from a Gourmet Magazine cookbook. (more…)
We are forecast to have mostly clear skies this week, though somewhat brisk temperatures. I am hoping that abundant sunshine, which has been lacking for most of the season, will speed the growth of many crops which have been developing rather slowly. (more…)