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Fall Harvest Shares on sale now!

Posted 9/10/2018 5:15pm by Shiloh Avery.

It's time to register for the Fall Harvest Share program! Registration closes as soon as we fill up so don't delay (we're already more than half way full).  It’s just 7 weeks this fall, with the first fall share delivery on September 26th and the last delivery November 7th.  It’s a one size fits all share at a $20 value and will include the last of the summer bounty of sweet peppers, lots of lush leafy greens, broccoli, cauliflower, celery, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, ginger, and plenty of salad fixings. The total cost of membership is $140. you can register here. For more information, check out the website or give us a holler

 

It’s September!  Nobody even told me! Do you know how I found out?  I began to lose focus a little bit.  With more or less all the fall planting done, management of the farm switches to mostly harvesting, washing and packing and disassembly.  We begin to prepare the farm for hibernation. 

Aside from the harvesting, washing, packing and markets, the schedules and deadlines get a little fuzzier. Well, that trellis needs to be disassembled but it doesn’t absolutely have to happen today.  So I find my mind wandering.  I start to read more, hang out with friends more, watch football, think about vacation…  I’m just not completely focused on the farm like I am the rest of the season. It was these signs that clued me in to the fact that it is September.  

This September means green beans.  Which means Jason's easy Tamari green beans

Tamari Green Beans

Ingredients:

Green Beans

Tamari

Peanut Oil (or other oil that tolerates a high temperature without smoking)

Clean up green beans. Snap in half. Heat a wok or large skillet until it is very hot, add peanut oil.  When the oil is just beginning to smoke, add the green beans and stir fry for about three minutes. Add Tamari and continue to stir fry green beans while the Tamari reduces to nothing. Reduce heat and continue cooking green beans until desired tenderness. Add additional Tamari or water as needed.

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