It’s raining! I love the smell but I can’t help but wonder what it means for market tomorrow. If you’re reading this- don’t let it deter you! Produce-wise this is one of our most exciting harvests yet. Tomorrow we’ll have TONS of tomatoes (ask about bulk discounts), heirloom zucchini, fresh onions, carrots, green beans (1st harvest for this succession so super delicious), basil, beets, cilantro, peppers, eggplant, spinach, lettuce, fennel, garlic, Caribe potatoes (we love them and Conner is cooking them up right now), and cabbage.
The other very exciting news is that our produce is all over town! We have been sharing the goodness with Old Oak Oven, Creekside Grill, and Silver Grille. Today we also sold bulk tomatoes to Portland Homestead Supply so that they could have tomatoes on hand for canning. After slow tomato sales at market last week we got busy here as well and now have huge pots of roasted heirlooms needing to be canned….
Speaking of canning, a little rain is a perfect excuse to put up some veggies. We hope you’ll come by tomorrow. Ask us about our favorite freezer/pantry filling recipes – soups, pesto, sauces, etc.