Saturday, July 30, 2011
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
For the last month our grounds have looked green, lush, and verdant. Beautiful. But somewhere along the way, at least for me, green became redundant. Please don't misinterpret me...I adore the old standards of spinach and lettuce. I've now savored the crisp, buttery taste of both tot soi and bok choi. Arugula and I have a long, torrid love affair. Yes! - all was green and delicious but...I was left craving more.
In the past two weeks, our other cherished vegetables have begun to ripen. Sweet peas were spotted first. Now, bright squash blossoms beg for our attention. Plump raspberries dangle with a come-hither stance. Kohl rabi beckon us over with their eager, flailing leaves. Cherry tomatoes cascade down, each a jewel to appreciate with anticipation. Yellow, pink, purple, and red - the farm is inundated with eye-candy. With the sunflowers high above us, harvesting for the CSA, market, and ourselves is truly a feast for the soul!
Being here is both fulfilling and satisfying. We hope that our vegetables, bread, and other prepared goodies project just this sentiment!
Hoomoos, Pesto, and VT Goldburgers have just met our newest edition: Uncle Moishy's Pickles. We've achieved a delightful, crisp pickle perfect for a snack or sandwich pairing. Simple ingredients create pure taste! Oh! We also just met Uncle M's cousins – The Relishes. One's a bit sweet and the other is slightly spicy. Come meet the whole family at the market!