[From 5-Jul-2013] This week's harvest basket, still greens, mainly: young curly and flat leaf kale, baby bok choi (autographed by a few flea beetles that made it under the cover), our Zippy Mix (today's version, mustards as always, with mizuna and some baby Chinese cabbage), … [Read more...] about Early share
[From 27-Jun-2013] It's a monster tomato leaf. There's not much in the pic to give it scale, but some of these leaves are around a foot long. Way bigger than I've seen before. This is the first year I've tried tomatoes in the greenhouse, throwing in about 25 leftover tom … [Read more...] about Monster tomato leaf
[From 10-Sep-2013] Salad kale! Tiny, tender leaves, it's our finest kale!! Production is simple: fast-growing Red Russian flat leaf kale is direct seeded, plants tightly crowded in-row, restricting growth and producing an abundance of baby leaves that keep coming back, week after … [Read more...] about Salad kale!
[From 8-Sep-2012] More incredibly simple and tasty local food: the basic BELT - bacon egg lettuce tomato - all local except for salt, pepper, butter, and mayo. Bacon from the farmers' market. Eggs and veg - heirloom tom, second cut baby lettuces and a smattering of arugula - from … [Read more...] about Basic BELT (bacon egg lettuce tomato)
Brassica greens in perfect, flea beetle hole-free shape, thanks to good weather and...floating row cover. Rochelle is cutting mizuna—in the pic, there's green and purple mustards, mizuna and tatsoi. Our extra focus on salad mixes this season continues to go over well, with a Mild … [Read more...] about Brassica greens galore