|What's Happening on the Farm?|
Lots of lettuce! Did you know that the average head of lettuce travels over 1,800 miles to the grocery store? Ours travels about 1000 feet! Who's YOUR Farmer?
Tons of tomatoes!
It's a prolific crop of greenhouse tomatoes this year! We are picking out of three houses every day!
Zillions of zucchini and summer squashes!
A cup of squash has only about 20 calories and good fiber! Try it steamed with one of Coastal Goods sea salt mixtures! It's also the base of a delicious and easy-to-make quick bread. For the recipe, click here.
Try them grilled, too! Cut the squashes in half, brush with a little olive oil and place on the grill, turning when they start to get a little soft. Toss with some fresh herbs for a perfect accompaniment to grilled fish or burgers!
|Join us for the final |
Chef Series Talk of the season!
Joann Burnham is a certified raw food chef who received her training at Raw Soul in New York City. Join her on Saturday as she demonstrates quick and delicious raw food made from fresh fruits and vegetables. Taste the Sweet Tart smoothie, chocolate pudding, mini doughnuts and get lots of additional no-cook cooking tips.
Saturday June 19 at 10am
in the Hayloft.
|Not just any flowers...|
|Whether it's the colors or the fragrance that you like, Pete's lilies are spectacular to have in the house. They are carefully grown in the greenhouse where the deer and the wind can't get at them. Harvested daily, they are fresh and will last for days and days in your home. The Asiatic Lilies don't have a scent, but the aroma from the Oriental Lilies will carry you away!|