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, October 5th from 9-12.

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, Arugula, Asian Stir-Fry Greens, Hibiscus Leaves (Tart, lemony flavor, good added to salads), Microgreens, Pea Shoots, Watermelon Radish, Turnip Greens, Okra, Sweet peppers, Hot Peppers, Shishito Peppers, Aji Dulce Peppers (Habanero flavor without the heat!) Eggplant, Basil, Lemon 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.

Zane is harvesting some turnip greens for market tomorrow morning. He’s harvesting from our trap crop Turnips. We initially planted those there to attract the usual beetles and aphids that typically arrive in droves this time of year. The insect netting just behind Zane is covering turnips we hoped to harvest, but to our surprise, the unprotected greens are untouched, vibrant, and ready to harvest!

The greenhouse is a patchwork of microgreens! So much variety in taste, size, and color. We’ve got lots of transplant plugs mixed in there too. This is the time of year to be planting out kale, collards, lettuce, beets, and so much more. It’s summer no doubt, but our farm fields are quickly turning into Fall.

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