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Summer Squash and Tomatoes 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 1 ½ pounds medium or small zucchini or other summer squash, thinly sliced  2 garlic scares, minced 1 pound ripe tomatoes, grated   Salt  freshly ground pepper 1 to 2 tablespoons chopped or slivered fresh basil Heat 1 T. olive oil over medium-high heat in heavy skillet. Add squash. Cook, stirring until lightly seared - 3 - 5 minutes. Remove from pan and set aside. Add rest of Olive oil and chopped garlic scares. Cook less than 30 seconds. Stir in tomatoes. Add squash back into pan, salt and pepper, and reduce heat. Cook until tender and tomato have become a sauce....

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Marton came to us a few weeks ago after finishing a job in Georgia.  He is from Montana and has been a huge contributor as a WWOOFer during a very demanding time at the farm.  When he's not picking peas and tedding hay, you may see him riding his Unicycle around the Schoodic loop.

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Consistently sunny weather is moving this growing season right along!  We can certainly use rain at this point, but the plants are thriving.  The summer squash is sizing up quite nicely, the green bean patch is revealing many blossoms and baby beans, tons of yellow blossoms are showing up in the cucumber patch, and the sweet potato vines are becoming a sea of foliage.

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Beet Greens Kale Lettuce Peas Summer Squash Cilantro

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Summer Squash - We have an assortment of green zucchini, yellow zucchini, yellow crookneck, Italian ribbed, and patty pan squash to grace your grill and please your pans. Tomatoes - Various sizes and colors of delicious heirloom tomatoes are available at a first come first serve basis.  Available starting Wednesday. Basil - Just ask and we will harvest for you.  This herb doesn't hold up well once it is cut so we'd rather get it fresh.  Available starting Wednesday.

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Ground hog families have been nibbling all sorts of garden goodies this week.  Our parsnip planting was chomped to the ground, the outer leaves of the latest parsley planting have become the choice herbs of these rodents, and one full planting of head lettuce has had a buzz cut.  We have had much better success trapping them this week and I have confidence the parsley and lettuce will bounce back.  Bill has been a huge help in keeping these hungry friends at bay.  Yellow jackets moved into the dye shed and I had to remove their nest before they got...

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