Market List; Grass Fed Lamb, Lemon Cucumbers, Rainbow Cherry Tomatoes, Heirloom Tomatoes, Cherokee Wax Beans, Tomatillos and SuperFood Salad Mix
Tuesday a bunch of us went up to Schlafly to pick up our Slow Food garlic. We are part of the Slow Food Garlic project, and attempt to introduce people to more kinds of Garlic. We were given over 10 Lbs. and 4 types of rare Heirloom Garlic. All of our varieties were Hard Neck Garlic; Chesnok Red, Russian Giant, Chamisal and Moroccan Creole. Slow Food St. Louis does so much for the area farmers which is exactly why everyone should attend the Art of Food Benefit. On November 7th from 6-10 p.m. we will all be gathered at the Luminary to help Slow Food raise the money they need to continue blessing us Farmers. It's gonna be a lot of fun. I am really excited to be involved in it this year, both helping to put it together and to attend. Details below. Sorry, this is the best copy paste job that I could do.
Oh, and by the way, my niece Becca who used to do the market with me was the one who did the Art of Food Graphic for this poster.
A bunch of you kept asking for it, so I got busy and made some Sweetly-Hot pickles. I think they turned out pretty good. We'll see you Saturday Bill should be there again and Cortney back next week. It all should be back to normal. High of 57, so dress warmly. It might frost tomorrow night so we will be trying to get the garden covered and all the veggies picked just in case!
God's Blessings on you and yours,
Sam and Bill