Wednesday, June 20, 2012

csa week two and sweet garden helpers

it's summer alright! we went from nice and moderate to scorching temps in the mid to upper 90's! i'm starting to wonder why i love summer so much? oh yeah, the fruits and veggies! what a nerd.=)

muth family farm's organic csa week two: frisee endive, baby bok choy, lettuce, cabbage, broccoli, beets, basil, and green onions (they also offer their organic strawberries for $4 a quart.) 

this week i brought bub and ev to get the produce. (i love that shot of evie's little hand picking the purple pansy.) then we went to the community garden and they had the time of their lives choosing from a wide assortment of barrels and watering cans to drench the plants. good thing because i bet they're baking under that blazing sun today! thanks jt and evolet!


coming soon: june community garden update and a scrumptious dairy-free "dreamy" broccoli soup!

13 comments:

  1. The strawberries look good. Wow, you are hotter than us right now. We are only hitting low 90's.

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  2. I get way nerdy over produce! ;) mmm, strawberries!!!

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  3. aw how cute! and those strawberries look succulent and delicious!

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  4. those strawberries look delicious....do i spot frisee??? and what is that other green lovely????

    i was just saying this morning...i complain in the summer 'cause it's too hot...winter 'cause it's too cold...haha! never happy!

    =)

    have a beautiful day!

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    1. yup, we grilled it and it was so good! that's baby bok choy, we grilled that too.

      i'm the same way! i can't handle extreme temperatures. i'd like it a nice 76 degrees every day.=)

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  5. So sweet..those children are so fortunate to have a special lady like you in their lives. I bet they are learning so many good health habits from you!
    Love the produce...I am drooling.
    Peace and Raw Health,
    Elizabeth

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  6. wow those strawberries are so enticing. just perfect looking. and flowers and greenery are so lush.

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    1. muth proves that you can grow perfect strawberries organically!

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  8. great pics! I love strawberries -- those look perfect in every way. It's fun gardening with kids...well, it makes it more interesting! :)

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