Tomorrow's Farm Open House AND U PICK BLACKBERRIES
There are only two more summer open houses (tomorrow and next Wednesday), so if you haven't come out to the farm this summer, you should. There's a color of green emerging from the ground that we haven't seen for quite some time. The latest round of small rains is reviving our grasses and other living plants. The cool late summer breezes are wonderful. Come out to the farm tomorrow from 4 to 6PM to experience the lushness of late summer and enjoy some locally grown products. We'll have plenty of cheese for you to try and buy, our farmstead honey, a few dozen eggs and gelato:
- Rhubarb Swirl
- Blackberry Cream
- Lemon Verbena-thyme*
- Thai Basil*
- Peach sorbetto*
- Nectarine sorbetto
- Cucumber lime mint sorbetto
Laurence, the knife dude, will be here to sharpen your knives. Stewart's Artisan Breads will have a nice assortment of breads, bagels, biscotti and granola for sale. Tomahnous Farm will have some great summer tomatoes, okra, summer squash and other summer veggies.
This might be our last week for UPICK blackberries, so if you really want some, come out from 4 to 6PM. We provide all the picking supplies--buckets, pint containers, etc. Price is $4 per pint. The berry patch is on the north end of our farm, so we recommend parking in the field to the north of our driveway (just past our neighbor's brick house) where you will see a silver hoop barn. Pull in there and just walk east to the berry field (you will see Wes out there). You can pick berries and then drive back over to the farm to see the goats and buy some cheese, gelato and other goodies.