It's September and the fall crops are arriving, woo hoo. This week we are starting to harvest the Indian Corn aka Ornamental Corn. This organic corn makes awesome cornmeal, and there will be a flour mill here for you to use in the weeks to come, as well as a knock your socks off corn bread recipe from my wife and daughter that they've continued to tweak and make better and better. We are also starting the squash harvest--we'll have a mix of delicata squash, spaghetti squash and probably acorn squash this week.
For spaghetti squash, cut in half, remove seeds, and bake on a baking tray at 350 for about half an hour up to an hour-- until soft when poked with a fork. Remove and flake the "spagetti" out with a fork and top with spaghetti sauce of your choice.
Cayenne=30,000-50,000Tabasco=30,000-50,000Habanero=100,000-350,000 (Tyson) Car. Reaper=2,0000-2,200,000 (Foreman, Tyson, De la Hoya combined)
No tours during Dec/Jan/Feb due to Volcanic winter, ok, just joking about the Volcanic part)
This week will be the last week of bread due to my "bun in the oven" making it's arrival very soon. Thank you to everyone who has purchased bread this season. I appreciate the support and feedback that I've received. For future bread orders, questions, or comments, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you! Stephanie Breneman
I'm making Pretzel Rolls this week at $4/half dozen.
Garlic scapes: we hope you enjoyed the delightful flavor of these.
Lettuce heads: these have run their course and are stretching skyward--a precursor to bolting--flowering to make seed.
Lettuce mix--the leaves have given it their all and are now finished.