The greenhouse is full of onions!…herbs, tomatoes, cabbages, and just all the baby plants.
I love how onions come up from the middle, folded in half. Then they unfold and stand straight up.
Cutting celery – kind of amazing that each tiny seedling will grow into a huge plant that can feed a family all season into frost…not like a celery-crazed family, but just a normal family.
I’ll be at the Charlotte Regional Farmers Market tomorrow with lots of greens: chard, collards, red kale and curly kale, sweet potatoes, wheat and since I’ve missed a few markets, we have some great specials on our delicious beef!
We still have the GB special, Buy 5 get 1 free PLUS, philly steak and NY Strip are 20% off.
I’ll have our grass fed, Animal Welfare Approved Angus beef in these cuts: Ribeyes, NY strips, sirloins, skirt, ground beef, stew beef, philly steak, cube steak, osso buco, short ribs, soup bones, liver, eye of round roasts, bone-in chuck roasts, shoulder roast. Bologna, corned beef & hot dogs made without added nitrates or nitrites.
Last weekend my family came, with 4 horses and their dogs 🙂 We set up corrals for the horses and went trail riding in the Uwharries. It was my gray horse’s first time ever riding off the farm and his first time on treacherous trails! Also his first time riding with so many horses, there were 7 of us and we met a lot of riders on the trails. I wasn’t sure how he would handle all the pressure but he seemed to have a great time and there were no problems.
See you guys tomorrow!