More welcome rains have arrived to cool things off after a brushfire scare over last weekend. So grateful for the rapid and professional response of the VI Fire Service last Saturday afternoon, and for the influx of moisture from the skies. We are seeing the lettuce heads get big and crispycrunchy quickly.
Our neighbor Jimmy will be back this week again with more of his USDA inspected pasture raised local South Shore lamb, including ground lamb, boneless shoulder, leg of lamb, chops and more!
ARTfarm has fresh harvested sweet salad mix, baby arugula, baby spicy salad mix, lots of cherry tomatoes, a good amount of slicer and heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers, bell peppers, assorted pumpkin, sweet potatoes, lots of papaya, Italian basil, garlic chives, cilantro, green coriander, dill, parsley, recao, lemongrass, ginger root, turmeric, dandelion greens, a few bunches of kale, onions, scallions; peppers in all colors, shapes, sizes and temperatures – yellow seasoning peppers, Indian chilies, serranos, ancho peppers, pasilla bajia; a few fat Mediterranean figs, and lots of zinnia flowers!
Local honey from Errol Chichester and fresh local mild and creamy goat cheese from Dr. Bethany Bradford’s Fiddlewood Farm.
Come out to the South Shore between 10 AM and 12 noon to catch some of this goodness and bring it home for your family!