Week 4 of Summer Shares

So we had a cute little apricot thief helping today! So helpful she didn’t eat them all!!! Ha ha ha!

What you will find in your basket this week…..

Apricots

Pluots

Cucumbers or summer squash

Cabbage

Carrots

Tomato

Gypsy pepper

Dill

We also have some extra hot peppers for you to grab!

Week 3 of summer shares

Picture perfect

Hot hot baby! This heat wave, my goodness is it intense. I was hoping that June would be the monsoon month. With lots of summer thunderstorms and some much needed rain. Oh well, we will cross our fingers and pray that July will be the month of rain. The garden sure needs it.

So with shares today, it is a lovely basket with some repeats, staple items, and some new.

Apricots are very tender so please handle with care. Unless your making apricot ice cream than pound those suckers to a pulp!

Shishito peppers are really good roasted and added to a dish (or just eaten as is) they have a very nice flavor.

Shishito peppers

Zucchini

Purple potatoes ( make purple mashed potatoes!)

Carrots

Apricot

arugula

Onion

Week 2 of summer shares 2021

Lots of goodies this week. And a few new items like the loquat. It has 2 seeds a little bigger than a cherry pit and it tastes like a soft plum and a apricot had a baby with the skin of a tomato……ok….ya. Reading back back through that makes it sound pretty gross. It’s really not though, I promise! it’s just, an interesting….everything? Texture, flavor, look? How about this. Try and then tell me how you would describe it.

So for this week we have:

Cabbage

Carrots

Tomato

Purple potatoes

Loquat

Apricots

Cherries

Peppers (either hot or sweet)

Week 1 of summer 2021 shares

Farm life

It’s the first day day of summer shares and the first day (of almost summer) to reach 100*! Let’s pray that we get some rain soon to help with the drought.

It’s a great basket we have planned for you this week. With greens, fruits, veggies and the first tomato’s of the year, yay!

Basket includes……. drum roll please……

Scarlet kale

Peas

Broccoli

Apricots

Cherries

Tomatoes

Potatoes