We are approaching the end line for our current president’s tenure and as such some are lamenting the loss of such a talented and charismatic leader. Others will hold their breath and wait to see where the next administration will take us, and still others […]
The fields are raining tomatoes and in the distance the sunflowers dance like an agrarian Martha Graham piece. This is simply the best time to be at the farm despite the fact that most of the crew has left for school, and the days are […]
Located in the center of town, this market runs from June through November. 10am to 1pm.
One of the best markets in the state, Waldingfield attends this Saturday market at New havens Wooster Square all year round. Even in the cold weather the crowds are usually large and the quality and range of the venders is unmatched by most markets in […]
Once you try our collards you may never eat spinach again. Solid green, baby, solid. Champion: An All-South player before a seven player deal in 1995 brought him to unfamiliar waters in the Northeast. Rarely performs until fall, but usually stuns the crowd with bursts […]
We have had mixed success the past few years with our carrot crop but look for a strong rebound in 2012! Good for the eyes… Availability: Beginning in July Carrots are good. Carrots are great. Eat your carrots for goodness sake. Dragon: Did Peter, Paul, […]
Sweet and delicious, the cabbage remains one of the farm crew favorites. Slaw anyone? Columbia: This cabbage actually went to Harvard, and the ironic thing is that this cabbage head is green. Regal Red: Bright purplish-red colored leaves add numerous possibilities in the kitchen. Availability: […]
Whether you call it Raab or Cime de Rapa, we have always loved the amazing flavor of this wilder version of Broccoli. We also enjoy the flowers when the plant has gone to seed. Absolutely delicious in a salad or chopped fresh over some pasta […]
The tomato, the love apple, the fruit of the gods…. As you can tell, we love our tomatoes! Each year we try to introduce new varieties to the menu but we also make sure to always have the classics. Brandywine, Green Zebra, Cherokee. The tomato […]
Beets are one crop we will be focusing on more carefully in 2012. some swear they have healing powers. Who knew? Bulls Blood: The juice from this beet is used to make the only red food coloring by Swedish law. That really is true. Would […]
Children receive four times the exposure than an adult to at least eight widely used cancer-causing pesticides in food. The food choices you make now will impact your child’s health in the future.