Friday, September 19, 2014

Market Menu for September 20, 2014

I picked about 30 basket of not quite perfect tomatoes for canning this week. I have been canning some salsa my self and have about 70 pints so far. The recipe is on our web site.

I made some really good bread and butter sweet pickles this week. I like B&B Pickles from the store. Making your own is amazing in terms of the flavor. I did everything with organic ingredients and spices.

Here is the recipe for pickles.

I picked 15 large 50 + pound pumpkins today. They are gorgeous with heavy duty handles. If you are decorating your porch these would make a great center piece.

I picked some of all of the squash varieties we planted. Acorn, Butternut, Buttercup, Carnival, Delicatta, Spagetti, Orange Hubbard, Kubotcha and Pie Pumpkins.

The fall greens are wonderful. We are picking from new beds of spinach, arugula, wild arugula, Kale, Red Russian Kale, Dinosaur Kale, lettuce, and beet greens

Cherry Tomatoes, Fre$h! Credit: Reed Petersen

Reed took this picture of our cherry tomato display at market last week. We will have about a hundred boxes of cherry tomatoes this week. Sun Gold, Grape, Black Cherry, and Yellow Pear. Reed and Christopher pick a whole bunch after school.

If you like tomatillos, I picked three bushels this week.

We will have the following items at the Farmers Market for Saturday, September 20, 2014 (New items are in Bold Print)

Heirloom and Slicing Tomatoes
Roma Tomatoes

Cherry Tomatoes- 75 pints

Salsa Kits - Everything you need to make salsa.

Charcoal (Bio char) - good for your barbecue and good for your garden soil. Want to create a coral reef in your garden, click on the link to see how.

Salsa Kits

Red and Yellow Tender Baby Potatoes
French Fillet Green Beans
Baby zucchini and patty pan.

Walla Walla Sweet Onions - Walla Walla Wonderful
Chipolini Onions
Sweet Spanish Onions
Red Onions


Cipotle Smoked Peppers
Smoked Sun Dried Tomatoes
Sun Dried Tomatoes

Fresh Spinach
Arugula & Wild Arugula
Spring Mix
Red Russian Kale
Baby Kale

Italian Parsley

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