July 2019, Week 5

July 2019, Week 5
Did you know you can find what we're expecting in the market right on our website? Just visit The Farm dropdown menu and click on What's Fresh. We update monthly with what we'll have available in terms of fruits and veggies, and what to look for in the coming weeks. Much of our produce has a limited season, so visit the website every month to stay up-to-date and make sure you don't miss out.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀


Corn - 6 ears 

Grilled Mexican Corn

Slicer Cucumbers - 2 cucumbers

Creamy Cucumber Salad

Lettuce - one bag

Wash your lettuce, and remove any damaged leaves. Dry your lettuce thoroughly. Gently pat the lettuce dry with a paper towel or dishtowel. Wrap the lettuce in a dry paper towel, and place it in a plastic bag or storage container. To maintain the proper temperature and moisture level, store your lettuce in the crisper drawer in your fridge. Replace the paper towel anytime it feels wet. This is the key to keeping your lettuce from getting slimy. Check your lettuce every day or two, and remove any leaves that are beginning to go bad. This will keep the rest of the lettuce from spoiling.

Zephyr Squash - 4 squash

Parmesan Garlic Zephyr Squash

Tomatoes - 4 tomatoes

Tomato Cucumber Salad

Basil - one bunch

Fresh Basil Recipes

Blackberries - one pint​

Blackberries, like most berries, are extremely high in antioxidants, fiber, and a variety of other health-promoting nutrients. There are many ways to enjoy blackberries. Along with eating them alone, they can be used in jams, jellies, and mixed with other fruits. You can combine other ingredients like yogurt and seeds to create a delicious and healthy summer dish.

Peanut Butter - one jar 

Honey roasted peanut butter is a farm team favorite! It pairs extremely well with apples or on a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. If you're anything like our market team you will eat it with a spoon and be back wanting more.

Bread - one loaf 
Stone Ground Bakery

 We'll see you next week!

-The Simple Share Team