The boxes will be getting fuller and heavier in another week or so as we move into the month of June, the start of our main growing season. In the meantime, we are harvesting more greens for you this week, … Continue reading
First pickup of the 2018 season! In the box we have: Mustard Greens Salad Mix, Boston (Butter) Lettuce, Bunched Red Kale, French Breakfast Radishes, Japanese Salad Turnips.
What’s in the Box today? Nice Winter Box today! Carrots, Rainbow Carrots, Rutabaga, Potatoes, Beets, Chioggia Beets (the red and white striped ones!) , sweet potatoes, Celery Root, Scarlett Turnips. BRIERMERE FARM APPLE SHARE – Pink Lady, Granny Smith
Nice Holiday Box! Sweet Potatoes – 2.5 lbs of various sizes! These are unwashed to maintain their freshness. Wash just before preparing. Carrots – A huge 4 lb bag of our sweet early winter carrots! Butternut Squash – A classic … Continue reading
Fennel , Mokum Carrots, Rutabaga, Cabbage, Baby Red Kale, Swiss chard, White Potatoes FRUIT SHARE – 1 mixed bag of mixed Fuji & Jonagold Apples
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Radicchio – Just look at this beautiful vegetable! The rich, purple leaves set against the white veins and stem. It’s definitely one of the best looking veg we grow here. Same as the Sugarloaf chicory last week… This is an … Continue reading
Sugarloaf Chicory – This looks like a tall, pointy lettuce. But it’s not lettuce, it’s a chicory. The link here will take you to the radicchio page, and although it’s not radicchio, it’s a family relative and much of the … Continue reading
Carrots, Red Kale, Yellow Potatoes, Bok Choi , Leeks, Parsley FRUIT SHARE – 1 mixed bag of Jonagold & Mutsu Apples
Broccoli – I get asked about broccoli all season long. When are we getting broccoli? Now, NOW is the season! I’ll be steaming this up with a touch of butter and salt. The kids love broccoli like it’s candy. I … Continue reading
Red Radishes – We’re so accustomed to eating radishes early in the season, but they grow well in the cooler temps and we thought we’d bring them back one more time in the fall. This time of year I love … Continue reading