And, all of a sudden it's fall. What a glorious change of weather we have had this week. We have even had a light frost for the last four days.
We're doing lots of harvesting now: the last of the beans and tomatoes,
more peppers, and some winter squash. Yesterday, we cut all of the
pumpkins, and we'll start bringing a few Jack-O-Lantern's to market each
week (let me know if you would like to reserve a few).
lettuces are getting sweeter each day, and we are now picking radishes,
turnips and rutabaga. Although the basil and dill are done, October is a
great time for fresh cilantro and parsley. We also have kale, chard,
beets, cabbage, cherry tomatoes, delicata squash and a few carrots and
cucumbers. And, don't forget about the cooking basics: onions,
shallots, garlic and potatoes.
Enjoy the beautiful weekend!
Erik and Sara