It's That Time Again!

It’s time to start preserving the flavors of summer!
PYO tomatoes are this coming Saturday! 

Our PYO Tomato Wagon will start at 10:00 am taking people out to the fields to pick

tomatoes. Ice Cream truck will be open, and you can grab a tomato mozz breadstick at the deli to hold you over till you get home to

make your own.

Have a favorite recipe? Share here and inspire us!

Labor Day Weekend
starts Thursday 8/29 at 8 am sharp!
Last Call for Ice Cream!
The last day for our Ice Cream Truck is Monday, September 2nd! Skip lunch and enjoy an ice cream instead, or pack a few pints to go for a rainy day!
 Ice Cream will be 50% off all day on closing day!
Lots on Sale! Beach, Clothing & More
25% OFF beach towels,
toys & accessories, including
While the big kids are back in school, the littles still have plenty of beach time! Luv Bug towels are perfect for the younger set. Available flat or hooded, these lightweight towels are super absorbent and offer UPF 50+ UV Protection.

Sand doesn’t stick and they dry super fast! I love how compact they are, perfect for sticking in your bag when there may be water play. Love everything about these towels, except for how hard it was to choose between all the cute patterns. (Finally went with the mermaids for my little girl.)
25% OFF Clothing!
 Hats, T-Shirts, Blankets, Everything!
Farm Grown Goodness
Some of your Farm Favorites are winding down; Zucchini and Golden Zucchini are done for the year, the last of the melons are in, head lettuce needs to grow a bit more before harvesting, but keep checking back!
The next few weeks will bring the flavors of fall with potatoes and Winter Squash.
Now Harvesting
 Head Lettuce, Breakfast, Amethyst, and Red Radishes, Broccoli, Savoy Cabbage, Green Cabbage, Purple Cabbage, Cantaloupe, Cucumbers, Cauliflower, Beets, Carrots, Green Peppers, White Purple Peppers, Eggplant, Watermelon, Red Peppers, Yellow Peppers, Shishito Peppers, Alibaba Melon
The Lowly Carrot
-written by Leah Mojer
The lowly carrot. Ever at the ready and often overlooked in the tomb of the vegetable drawer, a forlorn tool for shoveling hummus or an afterthought in a salad. Once in a while, when they are lucky, a shred or two will find its way into my instant ramen. These carrots are not grown but merely found. Rigid soldiers, straight postured with dull orange skin, dutifully they wait under plastic at the neighborhood grocery nary a blemish, nor inspiration.

Now enter the lowly carrot, freshly born and dug from the earth. Mottled with soil, jewel-like reds, purples and yellows electrify against the grit. Their tight, strong tuft of emerald fronds stretch proudly skyward, hardly aware of their size. In spring, they are adolescent; gangly, awkward and twisted.  Grassy sweetness from winter’s defrost cycle. In fall and winter, they are heavy, broad and glistening, plump with luminous internal shine. These creatures are from the same mother, but are born on two different planets. The specimens from the latter, cared for and conscientiously forgotten in-ground until their turn. Striking in design, color and flavor, they conjure a rainbow of imaginative preparations. A sweetness unlike any other ground dwelling vegetable, these are to be celebrated; put down into the cellar, and acted upon when the desire for something unexpectedly beautiful and delicious strikes.
Our Farm grown peppers have been arriving in the market in a myriad of colors, shapes and sizes! Toy box, long & skinny.  Reds, yellows, greens and even purples! Time to get inspired! Click the pics below for the recipes
This recipe for Pickled Roasted Peppers  are absolutely bursting with tangy flavor.  Put them on sandwiches, on burgers, in salads or straight out of the jar!
A Word from Our Farm Kitchen
Lobster Dinners continue through
Labor Day Weekend including Monday

After Labor Day:
Lobster Dinners will be available on
Saturdays only or by special order.
Monday – Friday We will be able to offer steamed and cracked lobsters upon request. 

Farm Photo Contest Winners!
Each year we do a friendly Farm photo contest to see different perspectives of the Farm and to live vicariously through the eyes of our happy, adventurous summer staff. Here are some of the winners. Click below to see all of this year's winners!
We're Hiring
The bittersweet piece about the arrival of Labor Day is saying good bye to our summer crew. Each week, more leave and less of us are here to help on the floor, registers, on our inventory team & the deli...Know someone who would be a great fit for the Farm?
Lots available on the Farm for great Seasonal AND FULL TIME YEAR ROUND positions with great people! Visit our Facebook Jobs page or click here to apply directly for the job you want. We look forward to hearing from you!
Save the Dates
8/31- PYO Tomatoes 10-2 at Bartlett's

9/2- Labor Day- hours are 8-6 daily

9/2- Last Day for Ice Cream Truck 50% OFF!

9/7- 'Sconset Truck Last Day

9/9- Bartlett's Lunch Specials begin!