We have lots of tomatoes available.
Ok, so. After posting about my quail eggs and how we eat them, I had to go look and see what Google had to say... Well, these just look yummy, and I think I'll have to try this.
Here's a link to the recipe: http://panlasangpinoy.com/2009/09/07/pinoy-street-food-orange-egg-tokneneng-qwek-kwek-kwek-recipe/. These guys have tons of great looking recipes, so please check out their blog.
Kwek-Kwek (courtesy of panlasangpinoy.com)
While the chickens may be slackers, the quail have been going gangbusters! Our quail eggs are $6.00 per 15-pack. They are great hard-boiled in a salad, pickled or you can make the cutest little fried eggs. Well, that's what we do with them anyway. I'm sure Google would return a plethora of recipes. ;)
I just made an appointment with the butcher for November 3rd, so we will have pork available around the middle of November. These guys are a Duroc/Berkshire cross and are hands down the best pork we've ever had. They are raised on pasture along with scaps, corn and ADM Golden Hog feed. No antibiotics or hormones!
Hmm... Need to do some more weeding. The cucumbers are coming along nicely, and we should have some in a week or two. No sign of Squash Bugs yet so hoping to get away with no pesticides.
Just planted some Mesclun Salad Mix, Swiss Chard (Bright Lights and Fordhook Giant), Kale and Snow and Sugar Snap Peas. Nom...nom...nom...
Egg production has slacked off. Lazy chickens...lol. We do still have eggs available, and they are $4.00 per dozen. Come see us at the Conway Farmers Market, located at Antioch Baptist Church, every Saturday from 6:30 till noon!