YOUR WEEKLY CSA GUIDE
Forkful: July - Week 9
The last setting of garlic is now curing in the barn!
Looks like more heat in our forecast, but the 2.5 inches of rain sure made a difference in the fields. Everything is looking amazing!
Peppers, tomatoes, garlic, and eggplant are beginning to come in. Cucumbers, summer squash, and sweet corn are really strong. Melons, specialty tomatoes, hot peppers, and some winter squash are beginning to take shape. Even though the season is still a little behind, I feel like the weather has been with us... so far :)
We’ll be catching up plantings and cultivation this week as the soil drys a bit. Crew hydration will be priority the next few days and we'll be looking forward to the cool down at the end of the week.
How are your tomato plants doing? Text your photos to (413) 800-5583 or email email@example.com, we'd love to see your progress!
See you soon :)
Owner Harrison Bardwell
WHAT TO USE FIRST
NEW THIS WEEK
We will be featuring Woodstar Cafe's Honey Oat Bread and will be sampling some with maple butter!
LETS GET COOKING
3 Easy Ways To Roast Peppers
Plus tips for peeling, slicing, and dicing
Oven roasted peppers add smoky flavor to your favorites recipes. In this video, you will learn how to roast peppers in the oven under a broiler, on a gas stove using metal tongs, and on an outdoor grill. You will also learn what makes hot peppers hot and discover ways to protect yourself from getting scorched when handling them. You'll also learn tricks for removing the skins, membranes, and seeds. Watch the video until the end to become a pro!
8 THINGS THAT HAPPENED LAST WEEK
7 DAY SUPPORT
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