Final week of spring. We’ll have two weeks off while the farm crew plants and preps for summer. Please sign up for summer now if you can — it helps us plan. Many of the same spring crops we’ve been seeing the last few weeks, but with this extended mild and rainy spring, that’s not surprising. Often by this time of year, the cooler crops have bolted and the warmer crops are coming on strong.
We need to apologize for the frozen fruit. David thought he hit on a way to deliver it without it melting all over things, but that didn’t work.
baby red kale
extra shallot scapes