I truly don’t know how this happens. The plan is always to make jams and jellies all winter long to use up the fruit and juice from the summer before that we didn’t have time to use and stuck in the freezer. And then somehow, it is the end of May and my freezer stillContinue reading “Procrastination”
I know, I know, Thanksgiving isn’t even here yet. But, for the early Christmas shoppers, we are now offering Werner Creek Farm Christmas gift baskets! Pictured above is the deluxe basket for $35 and includes: 2 pints of salsa – one medium and one mild heat 2 pound jar of honey Two half-pints of jamContinue reading “Local Product Christmas Gift Baskets”
This it what it looks like on a vegetable farm hours before the first forecasted freeze: We picked a few tomatoes. Oh, and here’s a few more … And oh look! There are some over here … You get the idea. 🙂 Tomatoes anyone?
Once the summer really gets underway, I find that I have very little time to blog – primarily because vegetables are taking up a lot of time. Tomatoes, tomatoes, tomatoes! The heirlooms have finally arrived! Black Krims Cherokee Purples, Brandywines, Mortgage Lifters, Amana Oranges, and more are now available. Can’t wait to share theseContinue reading “Summertime Vegetables in full-swing”
Vegetable time is almost here! We have picked the first few tomatoes from the high tunnel, including this beauty, here. Probably won’t be enough for farmers market tomorrow, but hopefully by next week, we will have enough to share. It took great restraint to not gobble this up on the spot. We will have aContinue reading “Vegetable time almost here!”