ARTfarm Saturday 10am – 12 noon Guatemalan Pumpkin!

This interesting pumpkin ayote is best steamed or roasted. Its skin is thicker than our other pumpkins.

Thai radishes are a new addition!

Farmer Luca’s favorite breakfast lately: a sauté of sweet potato, seasoning peppers, onions, cumin, butter and cheddar.

Our chickens get shifted every day in their movable coop to fresh pasture.

Sweet salad mix, baby arugula, baby spicy, loads of all types of slicer, heirloom and cherry tomatoes including nice plum tomatoes for sauce making; bell peppers, all three of the smaller spicy and seasoning peppers, sweet potatoes, carrots, Thai radishes, daikon radishes, a few bunches of cooking greens, lettuce heads, big beautiful onions, ginger root, pumpkin – including a few slices of our Guatemalan ayote pumpkin that has the strangest color flesh but the most amazing flavor Luca has yet to taste in a pumpkin – sweet and dry. Garlic chives, all four of the basils, parsley, rosemary, recao, fresh cut flowers, and fresh St. Croix made Fiddlewood Farm goat cheese medallions.

Come on out to see us Saturday morning! South Shore Road between Ha’Penny and the Boy Scout Camp.

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