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Most of the summers crops are starting to wind down as the season shifts towards autumn.  The potato plants in the potato patch have withered down to nothing, and the storage potatoes wait beneath the soil in their hilled beds.  They will wait for the time when the root cellar has gotten cold enough and we dig them up.  The last variety of sweet corn, sugar buns, is now ripe, and the rest of the corn stalks start to dry and turn brown.  The summer squash is slowing down and the cucumber vines have mostly given up.  We have canned...

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Tomatoes Squash Cucumbers Celery Beet Greens Basil Tomatillos

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Tomato Sauce with Basil and Garlic - Look for these pints of ready to go goodness in the store refrigerator.  Great for pasta, pizza, dipping, you name it.  Not canned, so it must be kept refrigerated.

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An August full moon is giving us a big late summer push of growth in the gardens.  This growth is essential to the storage crops we have planted, like carrots and beets.  It is also helping our autumn greens to germinate in the garden and hoophouse and get a head start while the daylight hours are quickly waning.  Winter squash vines are starting to die back, revealing beautiful treasures for the autumn and winter.  Even some of the pumpkin vines are slowing down and and color of orange is showing strong in the patch.  The cabbage shows us we are in the downswing...

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Peaches - We have a great peach season on our hands and would love to share them with you.  We pick them at peak ripeness so they are quite perishable and should be eaten and enjoyed immediately!  Limited quantities Cabbage - This early variety is crisp, juicy, sweet, and ready for slaws and stir fry Celery - Add a whole new dimension to your cooking with fresh celery heads.  This celery has robust flavor and will enliven your soup, stir fry, and salad. Bluebarb - this Blueberry Rhubarb jam is ready to grace your toast or pancakes Peach Preserves -...

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Tomatoes Celery Thai Basil Cayenne Pepper Beet Greens Scallions Cabbage

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