Harvest #3-A

June 10th, 2008

Turnips
Radishes
More Garlic Scapes!!
Spring Onions
Baby Collards or Chard
Spinach
Braising Mix or Arugula
Peas
Butler’s Strawberries

Just a reminder that you should enjoy some Cilantro, Dill, Oregano and Thyme from the PYO. I made some amazing cilantro pesto last weekend. Yum! The more you pick you now, the more there will be for later. So enjoy it now!

-adrienne

3 Comments on “Harvest #3-A

  1. Hi there,

    I’m a big fan of farm blogs (being a blogger myself) and I have been frustrated by the lack of a single place to go to for farm blogs, not just from one country, but from around the world.

    Hence, I’ve recently started a blog called http://www.farmblogs.blogspot.com

    I’ve linked your blog to it, but if you’d like to send me an email to info AT ianwalthew DOT com with a few words about your blog, and about your favourite farm blogs, then it would be very much appreciated.

    I should make a couple of things clear:

    Firstly, it is not my intention to sell advertising on this blog, or take your content – simply steer people in the direction of farm blogs I find interesting, which means that,

    Secondly, I am really trying to identify farm blogs that are primarily about farming (as oppossed to blogs written by people who may live on farms, but the subject of which isn’t primarily about farming).

    With kind regards,
    Ian

    http://www.ianwalthew.com
    http://www.aplaceintheauvergne.blogspot.com

  2. yummy, can’t wait! i second Chris’s comment. could you make the newletter available for download on the site so we can save paper if we don’t want to pick it up and save the file so we can refer to the recipies later? it would be helpful. Cheers~see ya tomorrow.

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