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Basil Garlic Scape Pesto - We make this pesto here every Monday with our own basil and garlic scapes.  You can find it in the refrigerator.  It is the perfect way to enhance your pasta dish, top your haddock, or complete a sandwich. Cherry Tomatoes - The heat has brought ripeness to our Hoop House tomatoes and the cherry tomatoes are starting to produce.  Limited supply.  Features our sungold orange, peace vine red, and blush cherry tomatoes. Green Peppers

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Sautéed beet greens   1 pound beet greens salt 1 - 2 Tbls olive oil 1 - 2 garlic scape, chopped 1/2 tsp dried red pepper flakes if you like hot pepper   Cut stems from greens. Bring pot of water to a boil, add 1 Tbls salt and the stems in 1” pieces. Boil 1 minute. Add the greens.  Blanch 2 minutes. Transfer to blow of ice water. Drain and squeeze water out.  Chop coarsely   Heat oil over medium heat. Add garlic and pepper flakes. Stir 30 - 60 seconds. Stir in greens. Stir and cook for a...

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Over 2 inches of rain in one day!  The ground is fully saturated and and heat has arrived.  Add the full moon and everything in the gardens is exploding with growth! The peas had to hold on to the trellis for dear life while all the hard rain was falling on them, but now they are bursting with fruit.  The garlic is sending up scapes like mad now and the onion plants are standing tall.  We have removed the row cover from our summer and winter squash to discover beautiful plants with tiny baby fruit.  I saw my first green bean blossoms...

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Lettuce Kale Chard Garlic Scapes Peas Thyme

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Peas - With the rain and heat, the peas are in! We are harvesting Snow and Snap peas so far, and these are both eaten whole, pod and all.  They are a crunchy treat when eaten raw, and a delicious addition to any stir fry. Thyme - Fresh thyme is adds an amazing hint to pasta dishes, meat, salads, or anything else you can come up with!

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I love sautéd snow peas but I love them raw, too. Here’s a very simple recipe for sautéd snow peas.   Mince one garlic scape. Take off the stem end of the snow peas. Heat some olive oil in a frying pan. Add garlic scape and stir for a minute. Add the snow peas and stir for a minute or two. You want them to still be crisp. Add a little tamari or soy sauce and a drop or two of sesame oil if you want. There are simple and delicious and can be served hot or cold.   OR...

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