Tuesday, July 28, 2015

What to Do With Your Share---Week 12

My records show that in the last 8 days we have received but 0.3 inches of rain. The dryness, along with 90 degree days and 70 degree nights have made it finally feel like a real stretch of summer. Hoping that this halfway point of the season marks a change.  One never knows.

Today for lunch I made roasted salsa for the apprentices. Megan noted that she liked the natural sweetness of the tomatillos, and that store-bought salsas have added sugar. I looked it up, and even Newman's Own is sweetened. So we hope that you enjoy the natural flavors that you get from the farm.

BBT sandwich
On Sunday Rebecca and I treated ourselves to that summer-time specialty, a bacon, basil and tomato sandwich. Our version was especially good, as the bacon was from Parker Farms, and the bread was my favorite Companionship Bread, fennel and golden raisin. A side of Fair Share Farm Summer Kimchi rounded out the lunch. Yum yum.

A nice shady job, cleaning red onions

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