Monthly Archive: June 2019
Hello Folks! So, it was a wet spring and the final week of the season was even wetter. It’s been a challenge to get our planting done and now all the moisture is starting to affect the crops a bit. We lost hundreds of heads of lettuce to rot before it was even close to maturity. The spinach is turning yellow. Anywhere there is a low spot in the field where the water collects the crop is stunted or has died. (more…)
Hi Folks! Just got in from the field; trying to get some winter squash planted ahead of the next round of rain. I’m late getting this update out so I will make it brief. (more…)
Here’s an easy recipe that’s great if you have a head of lettuce that you have to use right away. Even if you don’t, it’s still a delicious side dish to any Asian meal. Simple to make, with common ingredients, it’s a keeper for sure. Try different lettuce varieties. Serves 4-6 as a side dish. (more…)
Did you know that you can roast your garlic scapes? The entire garlic scape is edible and, when prepared this way, takes on a delicious flavor that isn’t too spicy. Try it out!
Hello Everyone! So, we have arrived at the week many of you have been anxiously waiting for – the first CSA share delivery. In spite of the weather-related challenges we have faced this spring, we have a nice share for you to start out the season. (more…)
This recipe is adapted from the Joy of Cooking.