It’s hump day (more than halfway through the week), and March is marching in! Our seventh season on the South Shore is more than half over! Brushfires and windy weather are starting to indicate the beginning of the end of the tomato time for this year, so come and enjoy the sweet spheres of juiciness while you can. The plants are starting to feel the summer weather on its way and harvests will start to lessen somewhat in the next month or two.
Today, though, we have lots of beautiful rain-fed, sun-sweetened, juicy and crunchy veggies we grew just for you: Sweet salad mix, tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, loads of sweet papaya, radishes, garlic chives, Italian basil, dill, cilantro, parsley, scallions, ginger, serrano peppers, Indian chili peppers, yellow seasoning peppers, figs, zinnia flowers, and Errol’s honey and Fiddlewood Farm mild goat cheese! Slide into your weekend with a kitchen full of good healthy stuff!