Market Days

This week was the first farm frost. Last of the tomatoes, last of the summer squashes, basil and other summer lovers all done.

My list is still impressive however. :)

Carrots, celery, curly kale, corn, Choggia beets (sweet) and golden beets, parsley, dill, cilantro, and mint, garlic, Rose Finn and Ozette potatoes, broccoli, parsnips, rutabagga, and a whole pound of chantrelle mushrooms. Traded for: bell peppers, raspberries, pears, chicken legs, chicken wings, and farm fresh eggs.

Menu for this week:


New template from here. Isn't it cute?

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10 comments

Gardentyme said...

Hey Val, I have several large zucchini that I had no idea what to do with! Thanks so much for the idea and the recipe. My son is so excited to try it! But I can't seem to find invisible kool aid. Where do you get it? Tricia

flowrgirl1 said...

What a beautiful harvest. Absolutely love your blog!

Sadie said...

What a great list of food! So green and colorful. We are a few weeks out from frost....but everything is starting to go brown....

Best Wishes, Marie said...

do you have any ideas on the green tomatoes that will not get red ?? ever done Fried Green Tomatoes?

Val in the Rose Garden said...

Garden Tyme: I got it at a weird random trip to Winco. lol... But I haven't seen it anywhere else. You can get it online easily. I have found a bunch on amazon. Here is a link:

http://www.amazon.com/Kool-Aid-Invisible-Drink-19-Ounce-Container/dp/B001EQ4S6G/ref=pd_sim_gro_4

Marie: I haven't ever tried Fried Green Tomatoes. I am going to though. I have a bunch in the garden that will be coming in in the next couple days. So stay tuned. :) I am planning on using this recipe:

http://www.marthastewart.com/recipe/fried-green-tomatoes

Holly said...

We tried Delicata squash the other day..bought it from a local organic farm...it was fantastic.
Holly @ 504 Main

Nessa said...

Now that's what I'm talking about! All of those wonderful vegetables! Looks like a beautiful spread. I can't wait to see the recipes to come! :o)

Nessa

Rachel said...

Val, where do you get your menu templates from? I've been posting ours with a 3x5 card. Yours looks so organized!

Gardentyme said...

Thanks Val, I think I found some invisible online... btw beautiful harvest for the end of summer:) What will you do with all those raspberries? Tricia

Val in the Rose Garden said...

Rachel: I got my template from here:

http://tangarangblog.blogspot.com/2009/04/mondays-free-download.html

Most of them should be posted on a menu monday. I try to post whenever I switch. :) I like finding new ones though as it helps my kids realise a new one is up. They have gotten really good at making sure to use what is on the menu. It has been great!

GardenTyme: I dehydrated all the raspberries that escaped the toddler. I have about a quart for muffins later this winter. :)

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