First Market tomorrow!

Okay Folks, first market of the season is tomorrow!

Our CSA members have been enjoying our vegetables for two weeks now, but here’s your chance to enjoy some fresh veg from 26th street!

It has been an odd year, last year at this time we had root vegetables and basil already, broccoli was nearly coming on.  It has been a cold and late spring but the moisture has been such a change from the drought last year so we are happy that the greens weather is sticking around!

Here is what we will have at market tomorrow:

French Breakfast Radishes (Last of them for a little while)
Rainbow Swiss Chard
Mixed Kale (Lots of new varieties this year, so tender and sweet.  Ask us to name all the varieties in the bunches, it’s fun!)
Bags of Spinach
Bags of Braise Mix (A term for a variety of mixed cooking greens, packed with flavor!)
Bok Choy and Tatsoi
Green Onions
A mere few pints of Snap Peas (Peas are just starting to blossom and make peas)
Rhubarb (A treat from Hannah’s childhood kitchen garden)
Herbs (Dill, Mint (makes the best ice cream), Parsley
Head Lettuce (A few romaines, loose leaf, and butterhead)

Market goes from 8-12, and is located behind the Hastings Museum.  We’re looking forward to seeing all the other farmers in our area and catch up about how the growing season has been!  Get out there and support your local producers!992870_10200185339299001_1547851122_n
Come on out and say hello!

One more quick throwback, a photo from first market last year, it was a rainy day (looks like tomorrow may be as well!):

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Don’t worry, those golden beets and turnips will be here soon!

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