"What is one to say about June, the time of perfect young summer, the fulfillment of the promise of the earlier months, and with as yet no sign to remind one that its fresh young beauty will fade."
~ Gertrude Jekyll
We are well into the summer CSA but it is now officially summer, the heat and crazy storms are on! So many people got hit this week with really bad storming and while we got a good bit of rain, we also got really lucky to have avoided the damage as with our surrounding areas. Our hearts go out to all were affected and we also give thanks for being narrowly missed. We do though look forward to some more dry weather so we can out into the fields with a tractor and get work done that is being put on hold. The deer are certainly active and as much as they like to eat our chard and lettuce it makes us happy to see them simply munching on clover, as the one pictured here was doing next to the house!
Now to what you are munching on this week:
A surprise or two :)
What to do with turnips?! They often perplex people and these early spring and summer ones we grow are great to eat raw but you can also boil them. With a quick boil, they are a delicious addition to any meal. Dice, boil and drizzle with olive oil. Add a little sea salt, cracked black pepper and/or a squeeze of lemon and they are divine!
We hope your transition into summer is going smoothly and appreciate each and every one of you who support local foods and our hard work to get them to you.
Your Echo Team