Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Week 14

This past week we spent as much time by the water as possible, making trips to the Saco River for time on the rope swings and walking down the hill to the creek in our woods to dangle toes in the water and squish our feet in the mud after school. We hope you all are making the best of these warm September days.

Tonight (Tuesday, September 9th) is our annual Potato digging potluck work party. Starting at 4, we will dig potatoes for a few hours and then share a potluck dinner together. This usually proves to be a great way for us to get a majority of the potatoes out of the field, enjoy some great conversation and sample your delicious cooking. We look forward to seeing those of you that can join us.

If it is raining, we will reschedule for next week.

A reminder about upcoming events:

  • Saturday, October 18th 1-3 garden clean-up work party
This week's harvest:
rainbow chard
cilantro or parsley
delicata squash

Delicata squash is the earliest of the winter squash varieties to mature. They are delicious with their tender skin left on then thrown in a pan and sauteed, grilled, roasted or baked with salt, butter and parmesean.

Blessings on the meal,
Stacy and John

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