Thursday, October 21, 2010

Pardon Our Blog

We are re-designing and updating our blog for the 2011.  Please check back in March when the project is finished. Thank you and Happy New Year.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

It's Officially Tomato Season!

Over the past weeks, I've been finding a few ripe tomatoes here and there.  However, after my walk through this morning, I'm going to say we are officially in our tomato season. Find us at Friday's Farm Fresh Market at the Outlet Shoppes at Gettysburg.  It looks like we'll cool off a bit this upcoming weekend.


Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Garlic Lovers, REJOICE!

People who love garlic are very passionate about garlic and seek out the best varieties.  Well, rejoice because we just dug up this year's garlic crop and it's ready for the market. Here's what I will have at Friday's Farm Fresh Market this week.
  • Premium Northern White: A good strong garlic in a large clove. The heritage of this unique garlic can be directly traced to Northern Germany. Especially good for baking.
  • Chesnok Red: One of the best all-around cooking varieties because of its full-bodied flavor lingers and is retained after cooking.  Creamy texture when baked.
  • Bavarian Purple: Folks who regularly include garlic as a part of their diet typically like stronger-flavored garlic.  If this sounds like you, please try Bavarian Purple. SOLD OUT!
  • Dutch Yellow Shallots:  Yellow to cream flesh gourmet shallot and a pungent flavor. 
Friday's Farm Fresh Market is conveniently located at The Outlet Shoppes in Gettysburg.  Hours: 9:30 - 2:00 on Friday!  If I'm unable to be at the market, find our garlic with Heirloom Farm - Gary Boynton.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Pile Them High and Let'em Fly....

 ...well not just yet.  Just harvested Candy Apple onions will require 3 days drying outside and then curing in the barn for another 2-3 weeks.  Curing allows the onion skins to dry out and improve the quality of storage.  Candy Apple onions are one of the most beautiful red onions on the market.  They are ideal for fresh eating or cooking. Good in storage for approximately two months. We do have some ready to sell at Friday's Farm Fresh Market.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Getting Ready for the Gettysburg Festival!

The Gettysburg Festival is less than a week away!
As part of the Festival's Culinary Arts program, I will assist with the Culinary Food Fair on June 19th at the Gettysburg College Main Stage.  (Click here for more info.)

This year we will feature an assortment of mature micro greens in flats, growing instructions and starter kits for anyone that would like to give their green thumb a try at micro greens.

From a multitude of colors, flavors and varieties, micro greens are a welcome addition to any salad or as a gourmet garnish. 

The Festival brings a great array of entertainment, arts, and culinary events to our area.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Who said Red & Green were Reserved for the Holidays?

These beautiful cool nights have helped us maintain an abundant salad green harvest for Friday's Farm Fresh Market.  From Red Galactic, Black Seeded Simpson, Green & Red Oakleaf, Tango, Deer Tongue, Rouge D'Hiver, Cherokee and more than I can mention, your dollar will be well spent on a bag of greens to last for a week.  Grown by us, pesticide and chemical free for your dining pleasure.
Stop by and see us this week at Friday's market.
We'll also have garlic scapes, spring onions, Little Gem lettuce, Red Russian kale, white radishes and a smile when you stop to shop with us on Friday.
Don't forget to check out Boyer Nursery & Orchards for their fresh harvest of cherries, Sheppard Mansion Farms for beef, breads from New Oxford Coffee Company, table topping florals from Windborne Farm Flowers and more.
Make sure you visit the Gettyburg Festival-Culinary Food Fair on June 19th! Click here for our link to link you up.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Garlic Scapes

We will have a limited amount of garlic scapes at Friday's Farm Fresh Market this week.  To learn more about the mild flavorful scape, click here!  Add garlic scapes to your shopping list this week.  Don't just buy it, but learn to cook wiith it.
Peace & Love,
See you at the Market.