At the peak of the season, even the biggest families and most experienced cooks can feel like they’ve got fruits and veggies coming out of their ears. But with proper storage, plenty of recipe inspiration, and little longer-term preservation, every last berry and leaf can find its way onto the plate as part of some of the freshest, tastiest dishes you’ve ever had.
- Bottom Land News for July - This month’s issue of Bottom Land News is full of information about our strawberry patches, staff member Brian Shevrin, and pictures of our work on the farm. See the complete issue here. Remember, you can sign up to receive email notices … Continue reading →
- June is Busting Out All Over - June at the farm has been wonderful! We’ve had more sun than rain (although, to be sure, we’ve had plenty of rain), and the colorful produce is a pleasure to behold. The early Boston lettuce was a pleasure, the romaine … Continue reading →
- Current Conditions : 70.1F, Mostly Cloudy - 2:58 PM EDT Jul. 1Temperature: 70.1°F | Humidity: 100% | Pressure: 29.64in (Steady) | Conditions: Mostly Cloudy | Wind Direction: South | Wind Speed: 7.0mph
- Current Conditions : 70.1F, Mostly Cloudy - 2:58 PM EDT Jul. 1