Wet Wednesday 3-5:30pm

Caribbean morning rain on kale. A beautiful sight.

Beautiful rain is coming down this morning, cooling things off in brushfire season. We are really grateful to get this moisture! 

The pumpkins this season have been rich and dry. We sometimes slice them thin and eat them raw. They are just incredibly flavorful. The rinds are thin and can be eaten cooked.

Today’s afternoon lineup, open 3 – 5:30 PM on the South Shore Road: Sweet salad mix, lots of it, and a little bit of baby arugula and baby and teen spicy salad mixes. Lots of tomatoes, all types: cherry tomatoes, heirlooms, slicers; cucumbers, two types of radishes, pumpkins, loads of sweet papaya, lots of different hot and spicy peppers, scallions, onions, cilantro, dill, chives, recao, parsley, a few bunches of kale, dandelion greens, lots of beautiful young ginger and turmeric root, a few bags of figs, and lots of zinnia flowers. From Fiddlewood Farm we have local fresh mild goat cheese, Yellow Door Farm may bring us a few surprises, and we’ve got Errol’s honey. It’s that bounteous time of year! Enjoy.

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