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I really do have tomatoes…but this is another great zucchini recipe!

Ok, for weeks now I’ve been telling everyone, “the tomatoes aren’t ready yet, maybe next week”. Here it is August 10th and not a single red tomato. Mother Nature has not been kind in the tomato area. I have MANY … Continue reading

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Yet Another Idea for Zucchini

Zucchini Bread This makes two loaves or four of the mini loaves and two of the small foil loaf pans. 3 large eggs (farm fresh are best!) 1 cup oil 2 cups sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon baking powder … Continue reading

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Sautéed Summer Squash Medley

What Do I Do With All That Squash? Idea #1 Ingredients: 2 pounds mixed squash (yellow crookneck, zucchini, scallop squash) washed and cut into comparable slices 4 tablespoons unsalted butter 1 small onion, finely sliced 2 tablespoons water salt and … Continue reading

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Make your own sun-dried tomatoes

I can’t wait for our tomatoes to ripen. Looking forward to trying this recipe: So how does one sun-dry tomatoes? Easy. Same way you dry those herbs in your garden–set the oven to low (150-200) and bake them for about … Continue reading

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String Beans and Pigs

Sorry, the string beans really don’t have anything to do with the pig. It’s just a prop because the string beans alone weren’t making a memorable photo on their own. The pig is really cute, and functional-his sides are chalkboard … Continue reading

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Cabbage Time

New this year, early caraflex cone shaped cabbage. Just the right size for a delicious coleslaw, or steam it, use it in stir fries, or eat it raw. This has an excellent rich cabbage flavor. I was surprised at just … Continue reading

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Rhubarb Crisp

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Swiss Chard

Swiss Chard. Beautiful to look at. I planted the variety “Bright Lights”. But I had never tasted it and had no idea how to cook it. Have I mentioned that my daughter-in-law is a vegetarian? A simple conversation, a recipe … Continue reading

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Success on Opening Day

Thank you to all of you for coming out on opening day. The weather cooperated by not being too hot, just a nice summer day. We all appreciate your support of sustainable agriculture, and our locally talented artisans.

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It’s Almost Time!

Coming soon…OPENING DAY at the market! We’re excited and very nearly ready. New hours this year 9:00 to 1:00. It is shaping up to be a good season. Waiting to try a new summer recipe? We’ll have some great looking … Continue reading

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Radishes….

Ok, I admit it. I never ate radishes. They were a garnish that I left on the plate. Now I grow them, and what you grow, you eat. Raw they are crunchy, peppery, spicy. Now here is the secret to … Continue reading

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Sugar Daddy Peas

Woohoo! Sugar Daddy peas are nearly ready. They promise to be crisp, sweet and delicious and you’ll want to get twice as many as you think you’ll need. Why? Because you know you are going to eat so many of … Continue reading

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