Green Tomatoes, Cauliflower Back, Lots More!
At Chocolates and Tomatoes Farm, we still have a wide variety of field fresh veggies available. See the full variety and order here by Thursday night (9/28).
Veggies that you originally fell in love with in the spring (and have been missing all summer) are returning each week -- CAULIFLOWER IS BACK, joining broccoli and green cabbage
If you aren't sure how to cook cauliflower or want to learn new ways to do it, come to our class on Oct 10
Traditional fall favorites
acorn squash, butternut squash, spaghetti squash -- not sure how to cook them, come to our next winter squash class on 10/27
sweet potatoes -- learn how to turn them into pie in our sweet and savory pie class -- a two-part class on Nov 11 and 12
Have you ever had Green Tomatoes? -- Try out something new!
Many people have heard of fried green tomatoes, but there are other ways to enjoy unripened tomatoes.
Check out these 13 recipes from the Food Network, including pie, pickling, parm, and more.
Still have plenty of herbs -- cilantro came back, basil, rosemary, tarragon
Some veggies have staying power for the whole season and are still going strong -- beets, carrots, chard, eggplant, potatoes, salad mix, spinach, mushrooms, sweet green peppers, sweet pepper mix, yellow candy onions
We've still got chocolate, of course!
Want to learn how to make Chocolate Bark like we do? Come to our Snap and Shine (tempering) class on 11/10
We've still got sourdough bread
Want to learn how to make it like we do? Come to our 3-part class
Learn more about the off-season at Chocolates and Tomatoes Farm and how we practice sustainable farming