good food news

We are open Wednesday morning from 9-12. Below is what you will find at our market. The next on-farm Saturday morning market is Saturday September 7th.

Here’s what’s on the table this week:

MUSCADINES!, Tomatoes!: Big Red Slicers, ‘Juliets’ & ‘Brad’s Atomic Grape’, Sungold orange cherry tomatoes, Japanese Lettuce, Asian Stir-Fry Greens, Hibiscus Leaves (Tart, lemony flavor, good added to salads), Microgreens, Pea Shoots, Okra, Sweet peppers, Hot Peppers, Shishito Peppers, Aji Dulce Peppers (Habanero flavor without the heat!) Eggplant, Basil, Onions, Garlic, Lettuce, Flower Bouquets and Farm-Made Chocolate (made here!) with farm grown flavors like strawberry, ginger, and rosemary mint.

Yogurt & Granola from Pecan Point Farm, Meat and Eggs from Turntime Farm, Lamb from Fall Line Farm in Auburn, Local Honey from Mica Hill Farm, Turmeric Golden Paste, Goat Cheese from Bulger Creek Farm,  Goddess Ghee, clarified butter made from grass-fed cow’s milk.  Basil Pesto (Our Basil!), Sundried Tomato Pesto, Lemon Herb Salad Dressing, and Pimiento Cheese from Lauren’s Specialty Foods.

Sue’s B’s Granola Bars will be available as well as: Sourdough bread from Amazing Grace, Garlic Naan bread, and other baked goodies like scones, muffins, and sunflower seed cookies from Emerald Acres Farm.

CSA Sign-Ups Open Through August

We will be beginning our Fall CSA season the first week in September with the season ending near Christmas.

If you’d like to sign up, click here!

We are using a new program called Harvie which will allow members more autonomy in customizing their weekly share as well as adding on extra items to be brought to the pick up location, and options like vacation holds!

Post-Swim Muscadine Snack! These super sweet fruits will be at market tomorrow.

Fall planting is happening now. SO many plant babies needing to go in the ground: Cauliflower, broccoli, Kale, Collards, and Cabbage. With these recent rains, the soil should be just right for planting towards the end of the week. Its still summer but these plants need to go in the ground soon so they have time to mature before the cold weather and short days drastically slow any progress.

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