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Week 11

Posted 7/30/2018 7:29am by Stephanie Bradshaw.

Good Morning Friends,

Hope your weekend was filled with lots of friends, family and good food!  The weather has been so mild for July.  Normally, our chickens are really suffering from the heat and our egg production drops pretty significantly.  These cooler temps have been nice - but we're in need of rain and would appreciate your prayers that the Lord would bring it!

Week 11 was a hefty share.  We weighed the full shares and they were 18 and 3/4lbs, not including the watermelons and cantaloupes!  The half shares were nearly 11lbs each!  We have so much coming in right now and we are thrilled to share it all with you. 

                     

 

The tomatoes are at their peak - so now would be a great time to order canning tomatoes if you plan to put any up for winter. We have an easy crockpot recipe for tomato marinara that you can freeze and use in sauces and soups.  It's easy - and delicious!  Your family will thank you during the winter months!                                                            

Our Harvest Report for Week 12 looks something like this: Potatoes, Onions, Green Beans, Okra or Purple Hull Beans, Cabbage, Peppers, Garlic, Tomatoes, Spaghetti Squash, and Mint or Rosemary!  

Please remember our Farm Store is OPEN Thursday afternoons - Monday Morning.  We close the online store at 9AM on Mondays.  This allows us to deliver the orders for the week to our farmer on Monday afternoon and deliver your goods that Tuesday or Thursday.  It's a great way to add additional produce, a fresh loaf of bread, pastured eggs, jelly or pastured meats to your farm share.  Buying local was never so easy!  

We hope you have a wonderful week and look forward to seeing you soon!

 

Cheers to Healthy Eating,

 

Farmhouse Nashville Team

Stephanie Bradshaw

615.693.2519

www.farmhousenashville.com

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