We won't be at the Ann Arbor Farmers' Market tomorrow! I'm really sorry for the short notice. We will be back next weekend and barely miss a beat.
In this email:
- Generally important notes
- We won't be in AA this week! Because of some staffing issues, we won't be in AA this week but are excited to get back next week! See you then :)
- Farm Members, if you haven't checked out our new membership agreement please see a copy here. If this works for you, please send me an email saying so. If it doesn't, please let me know and we will sort it out. Thank you!
- Here is link to our Social Justice page on our website. It is a list of resources to keep active in effecting positive social change.
- Fresh from the Field
- Recipe: Blistered Shishito Peppers
- Market Details
- Tales from the Farm!
Fresh From the Field-
All Manner of Deliciousness
Peppers: Bells and Shishitos
Parsley (Curly and Flat Leaf!)
Peppers- in drips and drops for now.
Blistered Shishito Peppers
These are one of my favorite summer snacks. I've been known to cook a batch to enjoy while I make dinner. They are a low effort- high reward food, easy to prepare and even easier to enjoy!
- 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
- Shishito Peppers (no need to destem or deseed)
- ½ teaspoon sea salt
- Heat the oil in a skillet. Make it hot!
- Toss in the peppers whole and put a lid on it. Shake the pan occasionally as the peppers blister and pop.
- Toss the blistered shishitos in sea salt and eat all but stem as is or save them and add them to other dishes.
Market Details: We are at market this week
The Ann Arbor Farmers Market, Saturday We won't be there this week! Look for us next week.
Eastern Market, shed 2, Saturday with Peter! 6 am to 2:30 pm
Royal Oak, Saturday with Jim and Lisa! 7 am to 1 pm
Tales from the Farm:
Another picture talker. It is a time of year when, while the days are long, they are still getting shorter. We have most of our fall crops in the ground now and it is time to tend. Thanks for the love.
Helen for Jim, Tyler, Sarah!, Wiley, Boomer (bark layer), and Exie (morale officer)