Thanks to everyone who made it to our farm tour last week. It was great to show you where your veggies have come from and how we make that happen. If you missed the official tour, but would still like to see Harlequin, don't hesitate to send me an email. During this peak of our busy season, Wednesday evening is the best time to come out.
I've been terrible about remembering to take a picture of the weekly share. Instead, the leadoff picture is a melon we harvested here at the farm. The concentric rings are called "bee stings" and they're a sign of pronounced sweetness in a watermelon. I didn't get to eat that one, but it sure was beautiful.
I'm trying to include all the fixings for salsa in the share every other week and this is a salsa week! In your share you have:
Walla Walla Sweet Onions
Autumn's recipe this week is a great way to enjoy your Poblano Peppers. These Roasted Poblano Tacos are very easy to put together and packed with flavor. They'll help you hold on to summer