This week we are selling Ham from Berkshire pigs sliced, 5# hams slices are 1/2 inch thick, we have a limited number, its first come first served, great for Thanksgiving or Christmas. $30 each. Beginning this week we also have boxes of Carola potatoes, a potato in your box this week that stores very well.…

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In the box for September 9 we have pink radish, onion, colored and jalepeno peppers, Nicola and Yukon potatoes, cherry tomatoes, celeriac root, red cabbage, choi, broccoli, garlic, parsley, and acorn squash. It’s likely that between seeding, weeding, feeding, harvesting and packing that about 12 to 14 different individuals had a part in putting this…

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I love October, most of the time. The colors, the freshness of the morning, the early darkness in the evening. It just tells you that it’s time to slow down. Unfortunately, we need to plug harder and faster to get things done before it really gets cold and wet and frozen! This year we have…

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On Monday at noon I ate outside where we are growing fall squash and sweet potatoes. It did seem like a nice fall day for about 3 or 4 hours. We are looking forward to a sunny break soon! We are missing potatoes, carrots and spinach. We are waiting for a dry stretch to see…

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It’s been wet, and things are growing! It’s great not to have to water our crops, but it’s been almost too wet — this is the second week where we have not been able to seed, weed or feed. We hope that changes soon. I flirted with digging carrots, and I did pull about 2#.…

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If you’re following us on Facebook you might have already seen this, but I’m sharing it with you by email to make sure you have the opportunity to stock up for fall if you are so inclined. Items can be picked up on market day at the one of the market locations we visit, if…

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It’s hot! In fact, we might have gone from spring to summer a little too fast for some plants; the peas are not making much progress. They’re stuck at about one foot tall. We’ll keep watching them and see what happens. More red beets are up (did you know they’re really good for you?), some…

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Thanks to Cora, who sent three good-looking recipes to us this week! Here they are in case you’d like to try them: Quinoa salad with roasted sweet potatoes and kale (http://www.twopeasandtheirpod.com/quinoa-salad-with-roasted-sweet-potatoes-kale-dried-cranberries-red-onion) Sausage kale strata (http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2012/01/sausage-kale-strata) Roasted root vegetable candy (http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2011/09/roasted-root-vegetable-candy) The moisture has been nice, but we are still behind with seeding and planting, and…

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Wow, I was just getting used to it being August and September happens this week. Time moves so fast, it seems like we just got started with this season, it goes so rapidly. I washed some French Fingerlings this afternoon and they reminded me of small smooth stones on a beach on one of the…

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