Get em now, eat em now, or later. Two choice varieties just dug: Candy (yellow) and Red Zeppelin. Both chosen for a sweet and superior flavor profile. These onions are perfect for todays lunch sandwich, or they will store long enough for that mid winter soup.
Its been 10 months since one of these has passed my lips. We are just beginning to pick them and they should be coming in heavy very soon.
Its amazing how tasty these are for how simple it is to just blister them in a hot pan then enjoy with a nice crunchy course salt.
Swiss Chard looking beautiful and ready for harvest. Steamed, boiled, or juiced this is one of the most healthful vegetables grown in the world. High in vitamins K, A and C. The variety I grow is actually a mix of colors, reds, white, yellow, pinks and purple. Read more about this vegetables attributes and health benefits here: Swiss Chard
Only for a few weeks every Spring does such a sweet, nutritious and tasty treat present itself. A personal favorite grilled with a drizzle of olive oil and a dusting of sea salt and fresh cracked pepper, I grill these on high heat till the tops char, If you have eaten at our house…. you know…. Come stop by our Farm Stand or one of the Farmers Markets to acquire some of these Spring treasures!
Quite possibly one of the finest crop of mushrooms I have grown in my experience of 11 years. If you’ve been to the Markets and seen me there and bought some of these culinary delights, you would most likely have heard me say “Nothing but the finest for your Highness!!” I’m gonna have to make that a T-Shirt this year.