- Garlic Scapes, just a few, the very last of the season
- Summer Squash
- Swiss Chard
- Salad Mix
- Golden Beets - We left the tops on the beets so you can eat them! This early in the season, the tops are still looking really good and mostly bug free. Enjoy the beet greens as an added bonus!
- Snap Peas - Sorry, only enough for 10 bags this week, just enough for those picking up in Smoot. We will rotate the peas to everyone in following weeks until there is enough for all of us.
Cucumbers should be ready next week. Italian parsley next week too.
Romaine lettuce heads are heavily infested with earwigs, our first planting may be a complete crop loss. We are watching the second planting to see how it turns out. Shain is determined to figure out how to grow head lettuce without so many bug issues. He loves crisp, crunchy romaine so he'll be trying until we get it right.
All our produce is really GROWING now and already the zucchini and squash are out of control. Shain and I left the farm for two whole days last weekend and they doubled in size while we were gone. Is it too early in the season to start researching zucchini recipes? Shain made us some vegetable soup today with zucchini, squash, tomatoes and other odds and ends. We ate it with a little cheddar cheese and tortilla chips. Yummy! No recipe to share, he just added a little bit of what ever produce we have on hand to some some stewed tomatoes and voila! We've also been cooking up the zucchini and squash with mushrooms and wilted greens, served over pasta.
There is a lot to harvest now and we are loving all this great food. We have awesome workshares who help get all this food harvested, washed, bunched or bagged, and organized into the CSA shares. The process we go through on harvest days is amazing to watch. You think the veggies look good when you get it home to eat? You should see it as we pick, pull, cut, wash, and bag it. The colors! The aroma! This is great food! And we are happy to provide it for you.
Have a great week and ENJOY your veggies!