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September 2019, Week 1

September 2019, Week 1

The fresh air surrounds you as you walk into the garden and harvest your own ingredients for a fresh salsa to take home, prepare, and enjoy. Come into the market on Mondays, Tuesdays, or Wednesdays 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm No appointment needed. Join us any time during these two hours. We will take you in the filed and pick everything you will need for fresh salsa for only $10.00 per kit. 

THIS WEEK IN YOUR SIMPLE SHARE...

Sandpiper Bell Peppers - 3 peppers

Stuffed Bell Peppers

Onion - one large 

Stuffed Bell Peppers

Carrots - one bunch

Parmesan Roasted Carrot Fries

Tomatoes - 3 slicers 

We love to freeze tomatoes. You can freeze tomatoes in many different ways.  The fastest way is just to freeze whole tomatoes with the skins or peels.  Simply cut out the stem, and place them into the freezer for 12 hours.  Once frozen, transfer them into freezer bags and seal.  This system is ideal because when you go to thaw them, all you have to do is run them under some hot water and the skins will just come right off.  You can also peel tomatoes before freezing.  To do this, just wash your tomatoes and then place into boiling water for 1-2 minutes.  The skins will just slide right off.  Once you have the skins off, place them in the freezer, let them freeze thoroughly then place into freezer bags and seal well.  If you are wondering how long frozen tomatoes last, we usually try to use them within 6 months, but most well-sealed tomatoes will last for about a year.

Armenian Cucumber - one 

Armenian Yogurt

Lettuce Head - one head 

Sesame Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Leeks - one bunch

Creamed Leeks

Cantaloupe - one 

It's a big argument amongst our Market Team whether Cantaloupe or Crenshaw melon is the best. Grab a sample of Crenshaw while you're in the market, and tell us which you think is the tastiest!

Hollow Tree Honey - one jar

Hollow Tree Story 


See you next week!

-The Simple Share Team





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