What to Expect - Week #18 Season 24

October 7, 2020

For Week #18, October 8th, of the 2020 FACSAP Summer Harvest, we anticipate the following this Thursday: 

 

BLENHEIM ORGANIC GARDENS – Lawrence & Becky Latané

  • Sweet Potatoes

  • Basil – assorted Thai and Italian

  • Cucumbers

 

Available for bulk purchase next week:

Sweet Potatoes, 20-pound box for $30

Pre-order by Tuesday, October 13 required.

Email Lawrence & Becky Latané at

blenheimorganicgardens@gmail.com  with «FACSAP Extra Sweet Potato Order» in the subject line.

 

BLASQUEZ GARDENS – Christien Conniff

  • Assorted Cherry Tomatoes

 

ROCK RUN CREEK FARM – Francis Ngoh

Harvest Treasure Chest: Each share will receive 1 item from this selection:

     Shiitake Mushrooms

     Microgreens assorted  

     Mung Bean Sprouts

     String Beans

 

HARTLAND NATURAL FARM – Esteban Cabrera, Matz Groschel & Amir Davis

We do not anticipate a harvest delivery this week. The fall crops are growing well, and we expect several items to be ready for next week’s delivery, including String Beans, Kale and Lettuce in addition to the Cuban peppers.

 

GUERRA GARDEN – José Antonio Guerra

I will not have a harvest delivery this week and my harvest is finished for this season. It is earlier than expected due to a number of challenging field conditions this year, including sustained heavy rains which damaged most of my late summer harvest. I look forward with joy to growing for you next season and extend heartfelt gratitude for your support of my farm and my family this year.

 

GREEN THUMB GROWERS – Tom Miller

I do not anticipate a harvest delivery this week.

 

SIDE SHARES:

 

CHARIS FARM & HOMESTEAD – Jen Ferinde & Family

Pastured, organically-produced, soy-free, hand-gathered Chicken Eggs  $8 per dozen.


Egg production has decreased as usual this time of year, and I will not have surplus eggs for direct purchase this week or for the rest of the season. Egg Shares will be distributed as usual. 

- Jen

 

PÄLZER MÄDEL  – Nicole Maynard

Prepared baked goods, jams and jellies made from organic ingredients!

  • Organic Pepper Jelly, Basil Jelly and Rosemary Jelly available this Thursday!

4-ounce jar $6

8-ounce jar  $9

Pepper Jelly Ingredients: organic white cane sugar, organic apple cider vinegar, organic peppers, organic habaneros and jalapenos, and pectin.

Basil & Rosemary Jelly Ingredients: organic homegrown basil or rosemary that I am growing in pots on my back deck in organic soil, organic sugar, and organic white wine vinegar.

  • Organic Pumpkin Bread Loaves Available this Thursday!  $8 per loaf

Small loaves of pumpkin bread with Einkorn flour and Coconut sugar. 7x3 is the size pan I will be using and the pan will be made from ecofriendly paper and holds roughly 1-lb of cake/bread.

 

Ingredients: organic Einkorn flour, organic coconut sugar or organic Sucanat, organic coconut oil, organic fresh pumpkin puree, organic eggs, non-GMO walnuts, organic raisins, organic cinnamon, organic cloves, organic ginger, non-GMO baking powder, sea salt.

  • Organic Old Fashioned German Apple Cake Available this Thursday!  $10 per 9-inch diameter cake

         Ingredients: organic all-purpose flour, organic apples, organic butter, organic eggs,

         organic white cane sugar, non-GMO baking powder, organic cinnamon.

         The Pumpkin Bread and German Apple Cake need to be pre-ordered by                         Wednesday afternoon, 4pm. 

         Nicole Maynard,  maynardnicole1@gmail.com

 

I can accept cash (if provided in exact change), checks or credit cards (via Square).

 

    Thank you so much for your support.
    Kind regards,

    -Nicole

     

    KICKSHAWS GLUTEN-FREE BAKERY – Kathy Craddock

    Kickshaw’s Gluten-Free Bakery will not offer Bread Shares this season. We are happy to fill any orders placed for folks for either home delivery or pickup at the farmers markets.  Place your order via the website: www.kickshawsfxbg.com.

     

    GOLDEN ACRES ORCHARD – John Thomson & Mrs. Scottie Thomson

         We look forward to delivering another Apple Juice Share in late October, along with the apple harvest for FACSAP members. 

         Please return your clean glass gallon jugs if you have saved them from last year.

    Apple Harvest Update: We should have Golden Delicious, York, and Jonathans. Not sure about the other varieties until I mow the orchard. Plenty of apple juice is available and should have some vinegar but have not yet bottled it.

    -John

     

    THERIANOS FAMILY ORGANIC FARM – Dimitris Therianos & Family

    OLIVE OIL SHARE available again in October! 

    Due to popular request from FACSAP members, we are organizing another Olive Oil Share for October from the Therianos Family on the Greek island of Zakynthos. https://www.therianos.gr/

    http://www.therianosfamily.com/. Sign-up form and details coming soon!

     

    ALL THINGS FARM – Rebecca Bracewell & Wendy Williams

    Our final delivery of bouquets for this season was delivered last Thursday.  Thank you for your support this year, and we look forward to next year!

    -Becky

     

    SEEDLING SOURCE – Aline Fisher

    Organically-grown Seedlings READY FOR PLANTING NOW in your home’s winter garden!

     

    I have beautiful lettuces ready! Try growing a 4-pack or two in a pot or window box: Red Salad Bowl, Red Planet blend, Outredgious, Simpson elite, Flashy Trout back, (just come & see for your pick of favorites!)

     

    Kales: Red Russian, Siberian 

    Broccoli Raab

    Baby Bok Choy

    Arugula

     (all are in 4-packs for $3)

     

    I can take payment on Square invoice once you order or the self-serve cash box will be there.

     

    Pre-orders are welcome. Just email me at

    alinebonpo@icloud.com

     

    TIP: Consider extending your season, by using a row cover (Reemay or Agribon are good types. I usually have to cut mine since my space is small), or by making a simple cold frame. The average frost date for Fredericksburg is around October 25. Many greens can handle and even taste better after a frost, and lettuces often take light frosts, but they can use some protection once the real colds hit, below 30 or so. Happy Fall! 

     

    Best wishes and thanks!

    -Aline

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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