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Monday, September 22, 2008

Limas...They are tasty!

We had a great week at farmers market this week, pumpkins were the hot seller! Get yours now! Both sizes were popular with adults and children alike.

This week we have lima beans! You may be cringing, remembering the slimy beans that slithered unto your plate in the school cafeteria. But these are much different. There are lots of ways to cook lima beans. I like to can them and then add them to baked beans, casseroles and soups. But you can eat them just boiled with butter, salt and pepper. The beans will come in the shell in a gallon size bag. Have your kids help you shell them, they might be more excited about eating something they helped with!

I'm also offering cornstalks for decoration. They are a large bundle of stalks tied with twine and can be used in many, many ways to decorate your yard for fall. Just think, some cornstalks and a couple pumpkins..."HELLO FALL!"

In addition, we have a special on potatoes...just a dollar a pound! The red Pontiacs are great for boiling, scalloped, mashed, etc. The white Kennebecs are a great baking potato, but also make very fluffy mashed potatoes. Please specify color when ordering.

Please email your order by 6pm on Wednesday for delivery on Thursday, September 25th.

Thank you, everyone, I really appreciate your business!

CROP - QUANTITY - PRICE
Lima Beans - $2.00 per bag
Corn Stalks - $5.00
Winter Squash - $3.00
Pumpkins
Large - $7.00
Small - $4.00
Tomatoes - $2.00 per pound
Basil - $1.00 per bunch
Cherry Tomatoes - $2.00 per sandwich bag
Peppers - 2 for $1.00 (please specify type)
Mesclun Salad Mix - $3.00 per bag
Swiss Chard - $3.00 per bag
Potatoes - $1.00 per pound
Baby Romaine Lettuce - 1 gal bag - $3.00
Garlic - 2 plants - $1.00
Onion - 2 plants - $1.00
Shallot - 1 plant - $1.00

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