October 14, 2022

After several unusually early frosts, we had a hard freeze about a week ago that killed off everything remotely frost tender. For my purposes, this is not entirely unwelcome — I need to focus more on my classes soon! — but it does mean less variety on the table for the last few weeks of market. I expect I will have lots of microgreens, squash, sweet potatoes, and decorative gourds and corn through the end of October, but not too many things other than that. — Sydney

This week’s items

Items we plan to have at the market this week (an asterisk indicates unusually limited quantities):

  • Beets, loose (Chioggia and red)
  • Carrots, bunched* (Longue Rouge Sang)
  • Corn, decorative
  • Gourds and pumpkins, decorative
  • Granola (Pecan Cushaw)
  • Microgreens (peas, radish, sunflower, and Tokyo Bekana)
  • Potatoes (Carola, Purple Majesty, and Red Gold)
  • Squash, winter (Butternut, Cushaw, Musquee de Provence, and Spaghetti)
  • Sweet potatoes (orange)

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