Monthly Archives: July 2011

Turning up the heat

Smokin’ Hot field temps   So it looks like we are heading into August still riding this extreme heatwave that has had a grip on much of the country the past few weeks. Yesterday I pulled Mark out into the […more…]

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CSA & Market News Update

Due to the extreme heat advisory for today and for Saturday we will be opening the farm at 9:30am and closing at 1pm. Mark and I will need to finish harvesting this evening and into the early morning. We will […more…]

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CSA Update Important

Shareholders, We are still planning on having a full pickup this Saturday at the farm. But I wanted to give you a heads up on checking your email Friday just in case we will need to split the shareholders into […more…]

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The Art Of Pickling

  Pickled Snap Beans I know…I know Doctor Phil would have a field day in my head…So lets just go with for a little bit anyway:)  Hi my name is Peggy and I am addicted to pickling. Acknowledgment is the […more…]

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Make way for the Queen!

We have all heard the that Corn is king here in America if that is so then I think Tomatoes should be crown Queen! She is by far the queen of this farm during this hot summer season. Nothing and […more…]

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What's that in my CSA basket?

Patty Pan squash or flying Saucer squash as some folks call them. They do look a bit strange but don’t let that deter you from experimenting with cooking these wonderful gems. They are squash and with the summer temps on […more…]

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Chef's Market & Talk Of The Town

Jim Hagy at the wonderful Chef’s Market & Take away called me a few weeks ago about having channel 5’s mid-day show Talk of the Town come out to the farm to show case what a Chef’s Market’s harvest dinner […more…]

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Keeping it between the rows

I was visiting with a family that came to farm last Saturday showing them around the farm and talking my favorite subject gardening. It was sprinkling rain but temperatures were nice a cool making for a rather perfect day. Their […more…]

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