Thursday, September 3, 2015

Falling into Fall

Tansy, Clover and Gloves; just hanging out.
Market List: Rainbow Cherry Mix Tomatoes, Tomatillos, Genovese Basil, Sam's Famous Salsa, Smoked Tomatillo Salsa, Dill and Hot Garden Relish for those Labor Day BBQ's, Lemon Cucumbers and Sunflower Bouquets to round out your table.
This is NOT what our life looks like. Just our "barn" cat's lives. Hey, with lives like these, who needs 9 of them?
Last week passed in a blur. So much so that I didn't even post a blog or a market list. I am very glad to say that we are finally getting some tomatoes and next week we will have lamb again. It's that time of year, we are counting down on the summer crops and putting in the fall ones. Trying to get those last swims in at the lake and wishing I had time to go fishing.
They chickens have been laying down on the job but not laying many eggs. They too are feeling the season and are molting. We will have a couple of dozen but not many. They ducks are winding down until about December. From now until then, it is hit or miss for Duck eggs.
. Don't forget though, they are fed non GMO feed and are free range.
Saturday will be 94 So stop and see us for St. Louis's Best Lemonade along with our Organic Green Tea with Jasmine. We are the Original Tower Grove Market Lemonade. All others are pale and more expensive imitators. This week is Family Day at the market and the first 400 kids will get 5.00 in market cash. There will be other freebies also. So bring your kids, the grandkids, heck, bring the neighbors kids and come to Tower Grove Market Saturday morning. 8-12:30 pm
God's Blessings on you and yours,
Sam and Bill
Pasture, compliments of Slow Food St. Louis

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