The heat has been rough on the garden and our bodies this week. What a reprieve the rain provided. We were lucky enough to get 1 ½ inches of rain at the farm and the plants loved it! Matt and I crave simple meals on hot days. This week that meant a breakfast of Rosemary Gruyere bread toasted and rubbed with garlic, topped with avocado, and served with a fried egg. It also included some simple salads for dinner, blanched first-of-the-season baby potatoes tossed in butter and kosher salt, and snacking from our front yard raised beds. Does it get better than a glass of chilled rosé, fresh snow peas, and just pulled carrots?
Trautman Honey is back this week. Find out a little more about Dave and Wendy of Trautman Honey by checking out their Vendor Profile.
Check out this post from B&G Produce, In Season: What we’re doing with Garlic Scapes.
Sunshine Coffee will be at market again this week. I’m guessing by now, some of you have favorite drinks. If not, ask Lyndsey. She has great suggestions!
Reminder, we now take credit cards and EBT. It will show up as one transaction for all the items you buy. Stop at the Market Manager booth to start the process and have fun shopping!
This week’s vendors: B&G Produce, Sunshine Coffee, Trautman Honey
Baked Goods & Bread (B&G Produce)
- Buttermilk Biscuits
- Organic Granola
- Rustic Bread
- Bacon Blue Cheese
- Original Wheat
- Sun-Dried Tomato & Roasted Garlic
Coffee & Coffee Beans
- Coffee Beans (B&G Produce)
- Costa Rica
- Drinks (Sunshine Coffee)
- Hot Chocolate
- Organic Coffee
- Cold Brew
- Drip Coffee
- Organic Tea
Farm Fresh Eggs (B&G Produce)
Flowers (B&G Produce)
From The Garden (B&G Produce)
- Garlic Scapes
- Lettuce Mix
Good For Your Body (B&G Produce)
- Bath Salts & Body Polish
Honey (Trautman Honey)
Pantry Staples (B&G Produce)
- Dried Herbs
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When? Saturday, 9am-noon
Why? Telling your family you bought the kale from Matt is better than saying you don’t know.
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See you Saturday!