This week your shares include a mix of summer and spring crops, not that surprising being at the turn of the seasons. The lettuce, red Russian kale, kohlrabi, mint, basil, squash, zuchinni and cucumbers were grown organically by us. John … Continued
This is shaping up to be one of the wetter, cooler springs in several years. So far, we have been fairing pretty well.
Last night’s pick up included two more heads of lovely, leafy lettuce: Magenta and Loma. By now you’ve probably made more Caesar salads, BLTs, and lettuce wraps than you care to count. What do you do with this new stuff? … Continued
This week we harvested garlic scapes, the top shoots of the garlic plants. They can be made into a garlic sauce for pasta when combined with olive oil and salt in a food processor. A lot of recipes can be … Continued
Yesterday we got lucky and did not get poured on during pickup. Usually we go inside the church when there is a strong chance of rain. With it being Tuesday instead of Monday, the Weight Watchers group was inside fighting … Continued
Hello CSA members, We hope you are having a relaxing holiday weekend. As a reminder, CSA pick up is on Tuesday this week because many of you will be out of town on Monday. This week you can expect head … Continued
CSA member Jessica Chaiken sent in this suggested use of radish greens (tops). Let us know if you try it! http://chocolateandzucchini.com/archives/2009/05/radish_leaf_pesto.php
We hope everyone made it to the first CSA share pickup today. We grew all the produce in today’s share organically on our farm. The lettuce is a variety called Tropicana which we have come to like for its good size and … Continued
We have been working hard this spring and making some good progress. We have planted most of the spring crops and started weeding and otherwise caring for them. We also have gotten some of the early summer crops planted such … Continued
Welcome to Jug Bay Market Garden’s new blog. This is where we will post information on weekly shares and other information on the farm.