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A HAPPY!!! hello from the other side. All is well and we had a productive time in the gardens. All the cabbages, broccoli, and brussels sprouts went in….we planted long rows of carrots in the hoop houses. Seeded in bean seeds and lots of leafy greens direct seeded into hoop 1. Over 7000 onions were planted in two days and happy that job is behind us. Scott got all the irrigation set and the trellises are going up for the peas, and cucumbers and tomatoes. That heat was sure a surprise but the tomato and pepper plants sure loved it after the cold dark Spring. Life is good and we are rolling along.

SPRING SHARE #2

head lettuce-2, pac choi, baby kale mix, turnips, radish medley, spinach, pink spinach, pea shoots

Head lettuces-2 varieties this week. Butter heads that are just delicious and a treat as they only grow well in the cool temperatures of Spring and a crunchy summer crisp called Tropicana.

Beautiful Butter Head Lettuce
Tropicana Lettuce ready to harvest.

Pac choi-A great harvest from hoop 2. We love it raw in salads-delicious with oranges too. Surprisingly grilled is amazing…. Slightly wilted and charred with a drizzle of soy sauce.

Pac choi ready to harvest.
Cut in the morning sun.

Baby Kale Mix-This is the second cutting off the patch. We pull and then reseed. Love it sauted as a warm side and also added to fresh salads.

Baby Kale Mix at Harvest.

Turnips!-The Spring Time Treat. LOVE!!!! Only grows well in cool temps. The texture and flavor amazing. Enjoy raw or light stir fry.

YUM!

Turnip washing.

Radishes-A mix again this week from our early planting.

Garden Gum balls in the morning sun.

Spinach-A great harvest again of this amazing crop. Early morning harvesting at 1st light to beat that heat.

Spinach!

Pink Spinach-So beautiful in salads and great with a quick saute.

Pea Shoots-Delicious pea flavor. Snip the stems and add to salads. Garnish, or wonderful slightly wilted in broth. Keep on a bright windowsill and water as needed. Compost after all the “snips” are gone.

BEST GUESS FOR NEXT WEEK-HEAD LETTUCE, TURNIPS, KOHLRABI, SPINACH AND MORE…..

AND TOMATO AND GARDEN PLANT SALE IN THE DRIVEWAY THIS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY…STARTING AT 9

And here we go! We are so excited for this season to begin. A long, dark, cold Spring has held on here delaying outside planting but we kept busy in the hoop houses. Scott added another emergency extension to our heated greenhouse to protect all the little seedling that usually are out in the garden by now. Hoop houses look fantastic and the crops strong. We covered every night during the chill to ensure a blanket of warmth and then uncovered every morning. Hopefully, this duty is behind us until Fall.

We hope to get in the outside gardens next week for a transplanting marathon and look forward to the 1st turnip harvest of the season.

Nothing tastes better to us then the 1st fresh greens of Spring…..we filled your totes with delicious treats!

SPRING SHARE #1

Spinach, pink spinach, baby kale mix, mini pac choi, tokyo bekana, mini head lettuce, and radish medly

Spinach-Sweet juicy thick leaves are always a treat with Spinach grown in the cold. The flavor is amazing. Best salads ever and we love it steamed or creamed.

All spinach is picked by hand 1 leaf at a time… triple rinsed and spun dry.

Pink Spinach-A beauty and only lets us pick a short time before it decides to bolt. The flavor and color both amazing. So pretty in a fresh salad.

Baby Kale Mix-Enjoy raw in a fresh salad, rub with a bit of olive oil and add to a grain or rice cold side salad or try it in a quick saute with olive oil and garlic-a wonderful warm side dish.

mini green pac choi-Raw and fresh adds a nice crunch to a green salad and we love to char them on the grill.

Newham mini head lettuce-A head lettuce variety that only grows well in cooler temperatures.

Tokyo Bekana-A fluffy Chinese cabbage. Love the lime color and adds loft to fresh salads. Can also be sauted.

Radish Medley-3 varieties planted in March. Garden gumdrops.

BEST GUESS FOR NEXT WEEK-HEAD LETTUCES, PAC CHOI, RADISHES, TURNIPS, MICRO GREENS AND MORE…..

Happy New Year!

We are very excited to launch the 2022 Season. Last year was a “best ever!” season for us and we are looking forward to another strong and happy season with our CSA Family. Our 11th Season sharing our gardens with the community.

The 2022 CSA Enrollment is open for the month of January to any past member of FoxLine. Enrollment to the general public and waiting list opens February 1.

Download Enrollment form at the end of this post or contact us at foxlinecityfarm@yahoo.com and we will add you to the list!

Spring Share

SPRING SHARE 2024 consecutive weeks of cool loving crops from our hoop houses starting in May.  A green lovers delight!  Share will include 6-10 different offerings each week.  Tons! of Spinach, head lettuce, salad mix, saute mix, sunflower shoots, pea shoots, arugula, salad turnips, radishes, baby carrots, pac choi, asian greens and more!  A delicious treat after the long cold winter!! $135.00 ($33.75 week) 

Hoop 2 May 2nd 2021
May 5th 2021
May 19th 2021

Full Share

Full Share-18 consecutive weeks starting in June. A perfect share for a family or couple that cooks most weekly meals at home.  Feel free to share a share with another family and split the bounty weekly or every other week.   Weekly offerings of seasonal produce all summer long.  Tons of leafy greens!, spinach, lettuce, salad mix, saute mix, basil, asian greens, pac choi, swiss chard, celery, rhubarb, radishes, carrots, beets, summer squash, winter squash, spaghetti squash, cucumbers, beans, peas, broccoli, cabbage, edamame, potatoes, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, melons, eggplant, peppers, brussels sprouts, onions, leeks, shallots, garlic, turnips, flowers and more…..Produce is clean, carefully packaged and stored in our walk in cooler until time of pickup. $620 ($34.44 a week)

Full Share June 23rd 2021
August 25th 2021
Full Share OCTOBER 20TH 2021

SNACK PACK

SNACK PACK SHARE-18 consecutive weekly pick ups starting in June…..Back by popular demand after 2014 launch…..  The perfectly sized share for a single person or busy couple or family.  Smaller portions-1 meal, “ready to eat” produce, low preparation time all considered when we pack the snack pack share.  We love this share!  Seasonal garden produce all season long.  Tons of leafy greens!, spinach, lettuce, salad mix, saute mix, asian greens, basil, swiss chard, celery, rhubarb, radishes, carrots, beets, summer squash, winter squash, spaghetti squash, cucumbers, beans, peas, broccoli, cabbage, edamame, potatoes, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, melons, eggplant, peppers, brussels sprouts, onions, leeks, shallots, garlic, turnips, flowers and more…..Produce is clean, carefully packaged and stored in our walk in cooler until time of pickup. $420 ($23.33 a week)

Snack July 21 2021
Snack September 25th 2021
Snack October 20th 2021

We will confirm all membership payments received by email.

Let the Season Begin!!!

Computer issues still remain but we are hopeful a few glitches are getting cleared up. Thanks to all who shared the season with us. Our strongest and best season ever. And thanks for the returned season end surveys. It is very helpful to read over all the comments and shape what next season will be.

We loved this year! We rolled along strong from start to finish. We had a few best ever harvests. Tomatoes were amazing this season. We loved our selection and the yield was high and many weeks of perfect tomatoes. Our early broccoli harvest was great and the side shoots never ended. We were glad we brought the cantaloupe back. Our leafy greens were fantastic in hoop 1 and we love providing fresh lettuce all season long. A challenge in the heat but Hoop 1 rocked all summer long. Our spinach was great both Spring and Fall and we are pleased with the carrot harvest adding 2 additional rotations was a good idea. Baby cabbages were perfect and abundant. Potatoes were a best ever and we are still digging! Sweet potatoes great too now that we changed companies and had a much earlier ship date. Our summer onions were also a best ever. We are glad the “extra table” returned after the COVID break. Disappointments for us….the brussels sprouts tanked. Mildew set in for some reason and we could never get in front of it. A favorite crop and we are composting it all. The peas were delicious and abundant but burned up in the early heat wave. The harvest season was too short and we wished for more. The entire 2nd Fall rotation of broccoli also was a bust. Maybe heat and humidity related- maybe we made a bad variety selection. Not sure but a crop failure too. We should have planted more garlic…..Overall we are pleased with the season. We feel like we had a nice variety of clean high quality produce all season long and we are already excited for next year.

A huge thank you to Scott’s relatives the Raupp Family at Raupp Family Farm. We are grateful for the space for the potatoes, sweet potato and squash “runway”. AND the fantastic sweet corn. Our CSA could not be what it is without you. We love you and all you do for us.

Cousin John-My Hero. He makes it all happen. Thank you John!
Bonus Share

We have had a fun 2 weeks of digging potatoes and sweet potatoes and harvesting a few surprise crops that loved the warm days.

WHAT IS IN THE BONUS SHARE.

Scott ready to pack the shares. We are packing in paper so members do not need to return the reusable totes.

HEAD LETTUCE, SPINACH, STORAGE ONIONS, RADISHES, ARUGULA, POTATOES, SWEET POTATOES, SQUASH, BEANS AND PEPPERS

Head lettuce-2 beauties from hoop 1 with fantastic flavor.

Spinach-A great harvest from the 1st 2 rotations. Thick juicy leaves.

Storage onions-The last of our onion crop. A few in every share.

Radishes-Some beauties. VERY long storage life too.

Arugula-We love arugula and love this snappy serrated variety.

Potatoes-2 varieties and we picked our favorites. All Blues and Gold Rush. Both a great multipurpose potato. Fry, bake, mash they are delicious.

Sweet potatoes-Some monsters are coming out of the field. And they are all over the place too.

Harvesting under the walkway landscape fabric.
oddball guys too. We call these “worms”.

Squash-A final spaghetti squash in every share and 2 winter squash of our choice.

Beans!-HUGE surprise that the last bean rotation decided to reflower. What a treat!

Peppers!-Another surprise harvest. Honestly the sweetest peppers we have picked all season long.

CSA #17

And just like that we slow down…the final rotation of spinach went in hoop 2 to winter over for Spring harvest and 2 rotations of lettuce into hoop 1. We pulled pumpkins and squash from the patch and dug some great potatoes and a bounty of sweet potatoes for next week’s final share. We turned a blind eye to clean up for this week….it can wait a bit will we enjoy this beautiful weather.

CSA #17

Full
Snack

Head Lettuce-And another beauty. Lettuce is 1 of my favorite things to grow….The flavor and crunch this week fantastic.

Morning Harvest.

Arugula-This is a serrated variety that mimics wild arugula in flavor and texture.

Arugula in Hoop 1.

Potatoes-An heirloom this week and delicious. Steamed or boiled they are fantastic. Also. smashed after steaming and broil with olive oil and cheese if you choose is a treat.

Potatoes at harvest.
Maeve this potato beauty.

Winter Squash-The bounty continues. Snack choose 1 full choose 2.

Shallots-We harvested these beauties this summer and dried them down. Great mild flavor.

Shallots at summer harvest.
Shallots dried/cleaned and ready for the shares.

Bell Peppers-A surprise to us….we thought the plants were done. Enjoy!

Surprise Pepper Harvest.
And a few more Italian fry peppers in full share too.

Pie Pumpkin-(Full share only)-An heirloom too and a favorite here for pumpkin bread and biscuits. Super creamy and dry.

BEST GUESS FOR NEXT WEEK-HEAD LETTUCE, SPINACH, CARROTS, RADISHES, SQUASH, POTATO, SWEET POTATO, BRUSSELS SPROUTS, CARVING PUMPKIN, SWEET POTATOES-TONS! AND MORE….

NEXT WEEK IS THE FINAL SHARE OF THE 2021 SEASON…..AND AMAZING SUMMER-THANK YOU!

CSA #16

Autumn has arrived….The shade cloth came off the hoop houses last weekend and tucked away for next season. Always a sure sign that days are shortening and cooler temperatures are here and time to roll the sides down on the houses at night too to retain some heat.

Our focus now is getting the last of the potatoes and sweet potatoes out of the ground and pick up the last of the squash and pumpkins from the field. Final lettuce rotations going in hoop 1 and a final spinach rotation going into hoop 2 this week for wintering over. Garlic area will be prepped for that favorite crop to go in the ground in the next few weeks. AND then clean up in the garden. The weather these days IS perfect. Our caps are on in the mornings….long johns too and by afternoon we are in tee shirts for a few hours. A beautiful time of year. A surprise to us how quickly the summer flew with only 2 CSA shares to go in this fabulous season.

CSA #16

Full
Snack

Head Lettuce-Another beauty from hoop 1. This little gem is a mini head. Sweet juicy leaves.

Mini Head Lettuce Harvest in the morning.

Spinach-Even a better harvest than the 1st pick. We started another rotation and as mentioned will plant a 3rd this week. A favorite crop for us. Enjoy! Triple rinsed and ready to go..

2 weeks of growth since last harvest.

Storage onions/shallots-We harvested these this summer and dried them down in the shed. A mix of onions and shallots.

Carrots-Last harvest out of hoop 2 of the season. Enough for another share and we will pack carrots in the last share of the season as well.

Carrot harvest.

Squash-We are making evening trips to the patch and thrilled with the harvest this year. Full share choose 2 squash of your choice. Snack pack choose 1.

Ornamental Pumpkin-Full and Snack Pack choose a beauty! They are all lined up in the driveway.

Pretty Pumpkins ready to go home with CSA members today!

Mini Sweet Peppers (snack only)-Sweet little guys perfect for snacking. Called “lunchbox” or “picnic” peppers. This is the end of our peppers for the season.

Beans!-(full share only)-last picking too of these summer delights.

Last harvest of the season…and I have to be honest now that bean picking is done. It is my least favorite garden job. It takes FOREVER!

Sweet potatoes-We finally started the harvest and it is a good harvest. Better than we have had in years. Some oddballs out there and the skin is russeted on most where we started. The flavor is delicious but just not “pretty” on the outside. We did a bit of research and it is from damp soil. We are 1/2 way down the rows so more to come.

Hand digging the sweet potatoes.
Making our way down the row as Scott forks.
A big guy!
oddball!
Image of russeted skin.

Garlic-(full only) 1 head in every share.

BEST GUESS FOR NEXT WEEK-HEAD LETTUCE, SWEET POTATOES, POTATOES, SQUASH, KALE, SHALLOTS, ARUGULA AND MORE…

2 SHARES REMAIN IN THE SEASON.

Again….I just have to say…our Favorite time of the year! The color is everywhere-beautiful! The bounty coming from the gardens amazing and those long season crops we waited so long for are here. We are happy and rested and enjoying the cool temperatures and our pace slows down just a bit. We continue to pull the squash and pumpkins from the field and dig potatoes. We decided to wait to grab the sweet potatoes-next week! But we did peek and they appear to be a best ever for us. Another long row of winter over spinach was transplanted in hoop 2 and lettuce continues to be transplanted into Hoop 1. This is the 1st week we did not seed in more lettuce rotation starts in the greenhouse. The season is winding down.

Last night’s pumpkin haul.
Pumpkins and ornamentals will be in all future shares and available for purchase too.

CSA #15

Full
Snack

Head Lettuce-Another sweet beauty from Hoop 1.

Morning Harvest.
We are thrilled that we are able to provide fresh lettuce every week in the CSA shares. Nothing better.

Radishes-Fall radishes have a great crunch and a great flavor.

Radish Havet Hoop 2.
Washed and ready for the shares.

Beets-2 varieties. Roasted is our favorite.

Beans!-We are still harvesting our tricolor mix. A bit bigger this week as our scheduled pick was when that HUGE! rainstorm blasted through and with warm overnight temps they grew a bit larger by morning when we could get into the field.

Beautiful!

Leeks-A great late season crop. Great flavor for potato leek soup or a hash.

Scott with the leek harvest.

Potatoes-The potato of the week is Peter Wilcox. A great all around potato-fry, boil, mash, bake. Great texture and flavor.

Peter Wilcox at harvest
Crated in the field.
Washed and air drying before we weigh out for the shares.

Squash-We now start “choose your squash”…Several varieties and size selection will be out for snack pack to choose 1 and full share to choose 1. Acorns, delicata, honey nut, autumn frost, carnival and more… Ornamental mini pumpkins out too just in case members are “squashed out” or just would like a bit of autumn cheer on their table this week.

Peppers-Italian fry peppers in all share and mini bells in Full only.

Thai Basil Plant-We had to do it as the flavor is fantastic with squash and curry. If members would rather snip the basil and bag…sheers will be on the table.

Thai Basil in the greenhouse.

BEST GUESS FOR NEXT WEEK-SWEET POTATO BOUNTY!-2 VARIETIES, POTATO, SQUASH, ORNAMENTAL PUMPKIN, STORAGE ONIONS, CARROTS, HEAD LETTUCE, PEPPERS, SPINACH AND MORE….

3 shares remain to the summer CSA season…..

CSA #14

The fun continues as we visit the pumpkin patch pulling out beautiful pumpkins and squash….and digging up potatoes for future shares and winter storage is always fun.

I think we picked the last tomates of this season the same week we harvest the 1st Fall Spinach from Hoop 2. We have a strong feeling of transition this past week and Scott even mentioned long johns! The week slipped by without a sweet potato dig so next week for sure we will see what is under that beautiful canopy of foliage.

CSA #14-4 MORE SHARES TO GO!

FULL
SNACK

Head Lettuce-We harvested a mid sized romaine from hoop 1 this week and it is delicious! Sweet and crunchy.

Romaine in the morning light.

Spinach is back!-1st harvest of fall and we have a bounty. Enjoy!

Scott harvesting leaf by leaf by leaf.
Triple rinsed spinach in the dunk tank.

Pac Choi-We love it in fresh salads this time of year for a bit of crunch and it is a staple in our stir fry. Bell our dog LOVES! chomping on the juicy white stalks.

Pac choi at harvest.
And after harvest.

Acorn Squash-Members can choose. We have several varieties-including heirloom. 1 for snack and 2 for full.

Potato of the week is Adirondack Red-a bit waxy in texture so great fried or we love them mashed. AND pink flesh. Mix with the blues and cream potatoes of past weeks for a beautiful hash.

Beautiful!

Beans-We are thrilled with the bean harvest this week. A tricolored mix again….

Green bean pick every other day.
Scott making his way down the row.

Italian Fry Pepper-(snack pack only) A few of these sweet delights in every share.

Lunchbox mini sweet snacker peppers-(full only) Perfect for snacking. small seed cavity and very very sweet.

Baby Kale Mix-(full only) A blend of several different varieties. Cut small. Enjoy fresh or saute as a warm side dish.

Baby Kale mix in Hoop 1.

Last Tomates-A saladette/paste variety. End of our amazing tomato season.

BEST GUESS FOR NEXT WEEK-BEETS, HEAD LETTUCE, RADISHES, LEEKS, POTATOES, SQUASH AND MORE….

CSA #13

We flipped the calendar to September and here we are-our favorite time of the season. The uncertainty of what this summer will be is behind us as we wind down to the end, the workload eases a bit, we sleep a tiny bit later, the temperatures are cooler and pumpkins and squash are ripening. The beauty of Autumn is here and the abundance of long season crops are just waiting to be pulled from the garden. We seeded in our last lettuce rotation in the greenhouse and we just might pick the first harvest of Fall spinach next week. It has been a strong happy summer for us and we feel great! Looking forward to digging some sweet potatoes next week just to peek at what might be under the best looking crop we have ever seen and there is nothing we love more than wandering through the squash patch and seeing what we find.

HAPPY 1ST DAY OF SCHOOL TO ALL THE KIDS IN OUR CSA FAMILY….IT’S GOING TO BE A GREAT YEAR.

FULL
SNACK

WHAT IS IN YOUR SHARE-HEAD LETTUCE, ASIAN GREENS MIX (FULL ONLY), SUNFLOWER BOUQUET, PURPLE POTATOES, TRI COLOR FILET BEAN MEDLEY, ITALIAN FRY PEPPERS, CHERRY TOMATOES, SLICE TOMATOES, EDAMAME, SPAGHETTI SQUASH, STORAGE ONIONS, ZUCCHINI, GARLIC

Head Lettuce-Sweet crunchy heads from hoop 1. The lettuce is loving the cooler temperatures. Just delicious.

Lettuce harvest in the morning sun.

Asian Greens mix (full only)-A snappy mix of asian greens. Fantastic in a fresh raw salad-A BIT SPICY TOO! Or we love as a side warm lightly pan tossed with a bit of garlic onion and olive oil.

Asian Greens ready to harvest.

Sunflower Bouquet-What a way to kick of the beauty of Autumn. Perfect timing to transition. HUGE! harvest of these happy beauties. We cut early every morning.

Sunflowers ready to go home with CSA Members today.
Morning beauties…
Scott headed to the cooler with the daily pick.

Purple potatoes-These are fantastic fried or mashed and also make a fun purple potato soup too. A favorite around here. We are thrilled they are back in the shares this year.

HUGE! harvest this is off 1 hill.
Washed and ready to be weighed out for the shares.

Beans!-They are back….3 varieties of filet. We planted a new variety to us-lavender and LOVE! them. So pretty and great flavor. Many weeks of beans to come.

Lavender beans on the plants.
So pretty.
Making our way down the green bean row.
Just starting to produce.
Morning Harvest.

Italian Fry Peppers-Great Sweet Flavor. We are still picking a little green as we are seeing sunburn on some of the peppers.

Cherry Tomatoes-This is the end of this tasty summer snack we think….the best of the best are gone. The texture and flavor changes too with the cooler temperatures. What a great run.

Maeve packing her last rotation of cherry tomatoes.
A full cluster of Black Cherry tomatoes.

Slice tomatoes-This is probably the end too of our fantastic tomato season. Maybe som paste next week. Enjoy!

There were a few monster tomatoes out in the patch this week…1 final BLT.

Edamame-This is our go to snack this time of year. We lightly steam and salt and then keep a big container chilling in the fridge and snack away. We also add to salads and tomato sauce.

Spaghetti Squash-1st squash of the season in the shares….we grew 3 different varieties and 1 is orange! Oven roast face down and scratch the squash out like noodles to enjoy with sauce.

Spaghetti squash washed and ready for the shares.

Storage onions-These are the 1st of the storage onions we dried after harvest.

Maeve was the onion cleaner this week.

Summer Squash-This is the END! of the summer squash harvest. Congratulations on eating summer squash for many weeks in a row in every way we could all think to “use it up”. We will now move on to winter squash.

garlic-These are the smaller heads from the harvest.

BEST GUESS FOR NEXT WEEK-WINTER SQUASH, POTATOES, LETTUCE, BEETS, BEANS, PEPPERS, KALE MIX, SPINACH?????, AND MORE…..

CSA #12

As is the theme around here this time of year the week zipped right on by….The tomato bonanza continues with huge harvests from the patch and we had a fantastic edamame harvest that took hours to pull those tasty pods of the stalks. We enjoyed the time inside out of the steamy heat that hung around all week.

Scott and Maeve cleaning the edamame.

We took a nice long walking tour of the pumpkin/squash patch and it looks fantastic. I have to say it every chance I get-“Thank you Cousin John Raupp for making this happen!!!”-ornamental pumpkins are my absolute favorite thing and to see these beauties in the field is pure happiness.

Look at that wonder!

CSA #12

Full
Snack

Cantaloupe-We had a great cantaloupe season this year…As long term members remember-I gave up on cantaloupe many years ago when we had an entire patch COOK! in wet hot sun. It was so disappointing it took awhile for me to be brave enough to risk it again. They are back and they are delicious.

Head Lettuce-A delicious morning lettuce harvest from hoop 1 this week. A pretty bicolor.

Lettuce in the morning sun.

Romaine lettuce hearts-(Full Only)-We had a small harvest of a trial romaine variety and added these snappy mini hearts to the full shares.

Zucchini-Patch 1 fully retired….Patch 2 chugging along….

The daily zucchini walk.

Fry Peppers-We are picking these green as the plants are Heavy with fruit and we are also getting a bit of sunburned shoulders as they ripen.

Baby Bells-We love these mini bells-perfect for salads.

Baby Bell Harvest.

Edamame-A favorite around here….and a best ever harvest for us too! We love it steamed and salted as a treat. We are also adding it to our tomato sauce with pasta.

Tons!

Cherry Tomatoes-a delicious harvest again this week.

Slice tomatoes! STILL TONS! but the heirlooms are done….

Ready for the shares…
And we are still making sauce for the winter!

Carrots-We harvested these out of hoop 2. A variety called romance….

Jumbo Kohlrabi-Ths is the huge german variety that does not get woody at all….peel and eat. We love it salted and raw or shredded in a slaw.

Cleaning the kohlrabi at the compost pile.
Jumbo Kohlrabi headed to the washing tank.

Mini head cabbage-These are the perfect size for cutting in 1/2 and grilling. Nothing better! And so tender they shred up for a sweet slaw.

Mini cabbage at harvest.

BEST GUESS FOR NEXT WEEK-BEANS!!!,EDAMAME, SPAGHETTI SQUASH, BEETS, HEAD LETTUCE, LEAFY GREENS, PEPPERS, ZUCCHINI AND MORE….