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There are some seriously happy plants on the farm right now.  The fall brassicas (broccoli, cabbage, brussels, cauliflower) and the late green bean and shelling bean planting are very pleased with the weather conditions we've been having.  After we created a fishing line barrier around the garden, we have had no deer infiltration and these plants are bursting with life.  It's a pleasure to see plants that are not stressed out by either flood or drought conditions.  The dyer's coreopsis is thriving in the flower garden where many early transplants did not due to the early soggy weather.  Look for...

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Tomatoes Carrots Lettuce Eggplant New Garlic Basil Jalapeno Pepper

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Carrots - We just started pulling carrots from an early summer planting.  They are young and tender and ready for snacking, salads, or roasting in the oven whole. Sunflowers - They've started to open their smiling faces and you can get them in the store by the stem. Yogurt - As of last Wednesday, we have become licensed to sell yogurt that we are making here at the farm.  We get raw milk from Tide Mill Farm in Edmunds, and make it into yogurt in our commercially licensed kitchen.  We are selling it in both pint and quart sized jars. ...

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One of my favorite summer meals is pasta with raw tomato sauce. It takes minutes to make and is delicious. 3 or 4 tomatoes a couple of cloves of garlic - or not handful of parsley big handful of basil salt and pepper 1/2 cup olive oil. Put tomatoes, garlic, parsley, basil, salt and pepper in food processor or chop with knife. Add olive oil and process. Don’t process too much. Serve over cooked pasta with some Parmesan cheese. my go-to sauce for summer meals. Gazpacho - another easy and delicious summer dish. There are thousands of gazpacho (cold summer...

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We are approaching the full moon of August and it is showing in the gardens.  The tomatoes have started to ripen faster and more fully, the zucchini are surprising us with the size they put on over night, and the first red color is showing in the pepper patch.  The flowers we planted in the flower garden have started to fill out and blossom after a very challenging wet start to their life.  Look out for bouquets made by Harbor, Cedar, and Liz in the store.  Visit the milkweed patch when you come to the farm and check out all the...

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Tomatoes Summer Squash Basil New Garlic Cukes Head Lettuce

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