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USDA Organics


We have a full range of plant material for all of your gardening needs. Check out our beautiful plants!

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USDA Organics

USDA Organics

Year round on-site farm market. Seasonal certified organic produce.

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Local Foods

Local Foods

Our on-site market has local foods that are either natural or organic.

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Fall CSA 2017 Week 3

From top left, clockwise: Arugula, curly kale, lettuce, spicy mix, joi choi, garlic, cilantro, yellow onions, sweet potato!(Large share pictured.)

Another box of organic goodness! Joi choi is a cousin of bok choy, and works as a substitute for any recipe that calls for its (much larger) cousin. It is lovely in soups and stir fry, you can also try it whole on the grill…yum! It also compliments the greens in our spicy mix, which is great in a salad or cooked.

The Fall CSA will be over before we know it, so we’d like to bring your attention to special pricing for the coming seasons. Between now and December 1st, sign up for any future season of 2018 and receive 10% off your purchase! Those savings stack up quickly. This offer will not be available through our website, so please call or sign up in person at the farm.

Salad on,
Vic, Mary, Bethany, and the team at Priapi Gardens

Fall CSA 2017 Week 2

From top left, clockwise: New Zealand spinach, tomatoes, summer crisp lettuce, beets, shallots, spicy salad mix, yellow onions, arugula. (Large share pictured.)

A nice box full of leafy greens to complement your hearty fall fare. When you arrive at your CSA pickup location this week, look for your tomatoes nearby. We do not refrigerate tomatoes, so they don’t go into the boxes. Small shareholders, take a 1/2 pint, large shareholders, take a pint. These are the very last tomatoes of the season, so we hope you enjoy having them. We also request that you be sure to check your name off on the list at your pickup location, so we can keep track of who has received their share, and who has not.

Who’s who in your box?
Left to right: New Zealand spinach, arugula, spicy salad mix.

New Zealand spinach is not spinach at all, but native to New Zealand and happiest in hot weather when we cannot grow regular spinach (which likes cold weather!) New Zealand spinach is best cooked or whizzed into your favorite juice or smoothie — it has a funny aftertaste when eaten raw. Nutritionally, it is very similar to spinach and will most certainly prevent scurvy in your family.

People always remark on how different our arugula looks compared to that in the grocery store. Most arugula in stores is ‘baby’, meaning it is younger and markedly less spicy. We hope you enjoy this ‘adolescent’ arugula which has more of a kick!

Spicy salad mix is a melange of baby mustard greens, baby red russian kale, tatsoi, and arugula. Some of these greens are spicy, some are milder. This mix is great in a salad, or try it chopped and wilted into some of your favorite recipes. I like to add it to a bowl of brothy soup just before eating. Whatever you do with your share this week, we hope you enjoy it, and thank you for your support of our small family farm and garden center!

Salad on,
Vic, Mary, Bethany, and the team at Priapi Gardens

Fall CSA 2017 Week 1!

From top left, clockwise: Celery, summer crisp lettuce, edamame, cabbage, radicchio, shallots, Asian pears, sweet peppers, HOT peppers. Large share pictured.

Happy Fall! And welcome to our Fall CSA. An edible treasure chest, your CSA box has all the colors for rainbow eating this week. A few tips on the contents:

Celery – may look a bit different than you are used to, but a bit of this superb aromatic goes a long way. Try some in your favorite soup recipe and prepare to feel like a million bucks.

Edamame – “I’ve never seen fresh!” Is the #1 comment we get at the farmers market for this healthy snack. To prepare, pop the pods off the stems (a great job to keep the kids busy!), wash well, and steam or boil for 10-15 minutes. Serve with a light sprinkling of salt. Edamame makes a great snack, because you are actively popping the beans out of their tough pods, it keeps your hands and mouth very busy! Also, loaded with protein.

Radicchio – This variety (‘Perseo’) looks a bit different than your classic radicchio, but it is a fabulous bitter green that hold up well in a salad with sweet and pungent pals. Try some with bleu cheese and some sliced Asian pear.

Sweet vs. Hot Peppers – Your sweet peppers this week are banana and ‘Carmen’ a long red variety. Your hot peppers are jalapeno, habanero, scotch bonnet, or ghost peppers. They are quarantined in a plastic produce bag, so you cannot mistake them for sweet peppers. Also, most of the hot peppers are smaller than your thumb, while the sweet peppers are much larger. If hot peppers are not your thing, we will not be offended if you pass them along to your spice loving friend at work — they do not show up in CSA boxes often 🙂

Asian pears – are a delightful fall treat that are reminiscent of both pears and apples. Crunchy and sweet, they store well in your crisper drawer.

We hope you enjoy your share this week! Feel free to contact us with any questions, we also love seeing pictures of what you’re up to in the kitchen!

Don’t forget about our Fall Plant Sale! Right now, all plants at the garden center are Buy One, Get One free! Fall is a wonderful time for planting!!!

Lots of love,
Vic, Mary, Bethany, and the team at Priapi Gardens

Baby red Russian kale coming along in the garden

Mother load of banana peppers harvested by our CSA volunteer members!

Hot pepper palooza!

Farmstand all ready for fall