Summer Corn Chowder

Summer’s best flavors in one pot! This recipe is one of our favorite ways to enjoy the short, sweet season of farm fresh corn-on-the-cob. Ingredients: · 4 ears fresh sweet corn, husked and silks removed and kernels cut from cob · 2 Tbsp butter · 2 slices bacon, chopped · 1 medium yellow onion chopped · 1/8 cup all-purpose flour…

Tomato and Summer Squash Skillet

This recipe is an old family favorite when tomatoes and summer squash are coming in an over abundance from the garden. I am always comforted by the simple flavor and beautiful colors. Ingredients: · 3 small summer squash/zucchini, sliced · 3 medium tomatoes, sliced · 2 cloves garlic, minced · 3 tablespoons oil · Salt and black pepper · Grated cheese…

Zucchini Bread Pancakes

Deliciously fluffy whole wheat pancakes. These are wonderful with butter and maple syrup… and maybe a fresh sprinkling of in season blue berries! I recommend doubling or tripling this recipe as it only makes 8 pancakes. Remember that any summer squash can always be used interchangeably with zucchini, especially if you would prefer your pancakes…

Kale, Potato and Fennel Hash

I always enjoy receiving new recipes. A share member recently gave us this recipe, and we loved the delicious medley of flavors in this simple summer dish! Ingredients: · 1 large bunch kale, stems removes and leaves torn into bite-sized pieces · 3/4 pound fingerling potatoes, cut into 1/2 “ pieces · 1 large fennel bulb, chopped · 3…

Dry Summer

While the fields are thriving in this unseasonably warm and dry summer, they are at the expense of the pond. The water level has been dropping as each time we irrigate we use around 2500 gallons for the whole farm. Each time it rains we are thankful!

Mulch Layer

New this year is our mulch layer! It should save hours of labor of weeding. We are using this mulch layer on beds containing our large transplants (like broccoli, cabbage, squash etc.). It is 100% biodegradable in 6 months time and is made from starch. In addition to laying mulch it will lay two lines…