Week 7 of Spring Shares

Our strawberries are producing like crazy this week! So it’s time to start making those strawberry deserts, smoothies or just eating them plan! We have extra strawberries this week.

What you will find in your basket this week…

Artichokes

Kale

Garlic

Salad Turnips

Radishes

Celery

Strawberries

Green Onions

Lettuce

Peas – snow or snap or shelling

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Week 6 of Spring Shares

We had our little pea picker helping us this morning! I think he ate more then he pick but that’s ok!

What you will find in your basket this week…

Bok Choy

Snap or Shelling Peas

Carrots

Salad Turnips

Strawberries

Artichokes

Endive

Cilantro

Week 5 of Spring Shares

Garlic is a beautiful garden creature! Not only does she show her beauty as a bulb, but she also gives us an early treat of scapes. Garlic scapes are an excellent part of the garlic that shows up about a month before the bulb is ready. When you want fresh garlic to sauté and flavor food and bulbs aren’t ready, use garlic scapes as a replacement.

What you will find in you basket this week…

Garlic scapes

Green onions

Snow peas

Broccoli

Lettuce

Arugula

Radishes

Bok Choy

Endive

Week 4 of Spring Shares

We hope everyone had a wonderful Easter weekend! Ours was so fun will all the new little ones hunting for eggs through out the yard! It sure has been a beautiful week of nice warm day!

What you will find in this weeks basket….

Snow peas

Asparagus

Beets

Salad mix

Spinach

Broccoli

Pecans from grandpa Olsen

If anyone wants cilantro we will pick a bag when you come. Just let us know. See you soon!

Week 3 of Spring Shares

There are so many beautiful greens in the garden this week! The light rain we got the other day was so wonderful and we didn’t have to water the garden.

What you will find in your basket this week…

Glorious Greens!

Lettuce

Asparagus

Broccoli

Kale

Chard

Spinach

Parsley

Red Radish or Baby Daikon Radish (edible greens)

Large Green Onions great for sautéing

We will see you soon!

Week 2 of Spring Shares

We are so glad that crazy wind is behind us and the weather is looking good this week. This week in the garden we are planting tomatoes, peppers and eggplant.

What you will find in your basket this week…

Golden Beets

Watermelon Radish

Valentine Mix Radish

Green Onions

Leeks (last until fall)

Salad Blend

Baby Cilantro

Pac Choy

Week 1 of Spring Shares

Welcome to spring shares! Spring has finally come and the weather is beautiful. We had a little bit of a ruff start with all this crazy weather the last couple months but we made it!

What you will find in your basket this week.

Spinach

Arugula

Green Onions

Leeks

Cabbage

Watermelon Radish

Parsley

Dill

Pecans (from grandpa Olsen)

We hope you enjoy!

Spring Shares!

We are less than a week away for Spring Shares! April 4th will be the first pick up. While veggies were slow growing early spring, the last few weeks of sunshine has really brought on some growth! We were a little nervous, but it seems like everything is on track….. finally! Looking forward to cabbages, spring lettuce, kale, spinach, arugula, GREAT looking radishes, leeks and other great produce we started late fall for this springs harvest. We will be sending out our first email within the next few days, so please watch for that! Remember, pick up time is after 2 pm to 6 pm on Thursday. Mark your calendar for the next eight weeks of spring shares!

Bread Shares Week 7

Today’s artisan bread is golden raisin, fennel seed and orange zest.

This fried fruit variation gives the loaf a sweeter flavor profile. Golden raisins and fennel seeds are a classic combination. I enjoy this bread for breakfast, toasted and spread with butter and marmalade.

We will have a few extras today for those who want to give it a try.

Next week is our last bread share of the winter bread shares.

Bread Share

Today is our first day of artisan bread shares for 2019. Please remember pickup is between 4 pm and 6 pm. Your bread is made fresh the day of pickup. It comes in a paper bread bag. It can stay in that bag for the remainder of the day. When you get it home and once it is cool you can transfer it to a plastic bag to ensure freshness for a longer period of time if you wish or eat it right away!

Today’s bread is roasted garlic.