Hello! Are you guys seeing these unbelievably gorgeous rainbows everywhere lately?
I’ll be at the Charlotte Regional Farmers Market tomorrow with:
Our grass fed Angus beef in these cuts: ground, stew, philly steak, cube steak, ribeyes, NY Strip, filet, sirloin, flat iron, flank, skirt, huge beautiful briskets, eye of round roasts, bone-in chuck roasts, sirloin tip roasts, short ribs, osso bucco
Ground beef special – buy 5 get 1 pound free.
We still have some beef left from the winter processing and that will be on sale at 20% off until it’s gone: ribeye, strip, sirloin, cube, philly, stew. That’s a fantastic deal on nice steaks (you should see those ribeyes) and even better on stew beef –at $5.20 lb!!
I’ll have some kale raab and lots of beautiful kale in these varieties: curly, lacinato, and rainbow lacinato. Collards, chard, sweet potatoes, wheat and more PLANTS!!!
Cutting celery, parsley, fernleaf dill, Genovese and cinnamon basils, thyme, a few zaatar oregano. I can bring tomato plants if anyone wants, please text me 704.293.1777 or else I’ll wait another week. Although my greenhouse is packed full so I’d love to let some go to new homes The last frost date is April 15.
My early cukes are still in the heated greenhouse because I haven’t cleaned out a spot in the hoops for them yet, I just keep potting them up. They’re in 5 gallon buckets now, sigh. Anyway this guy reached out to a baby okra! How funny. The okra is leaning away like NOOOOOOO. I try to tell myself it’s just a matter of chance but it looks kind of menacing, right?
Finally I asked Shane’s helper to finish cleaning out the hoops for me. He finished today and I just have 3 more rows of tomatoes to put in and the last row will be ALL tomatillos NOMNOM. Onions are in but we’re getting rain regularly so I don’t know if I’ll get potatoes, cabbage, cauli, broc, kale and sweet corn in this week or not.
There is just one wild dogwood on the edge of the woods beside the hoophouse, and I’ve been noticing for the past couple years that it is so beautiful in all it’s stages! Every season. I think it might be the most beautiful tree ever.
You can almost see the horn growing out of his forehead 😛
See you tomorrow!