July 8, 2016 Update

THIS WEEK’S HARVEST (July 8, from 2-6 pm):

Beets $2.50/bunch
Black Raspberries $4.00/pint
Blueberries (limited quantity) $2.50/half pint
Broccoli Greens $2.50/bunchOnions
Carrots $2.50/bunch
Collard Greens $2.50/bunch
Cucumbers $2.00/lb
Eggs $3.00/half dozen
Frisee Endive $2.50/head
Italiko Rosso (Chicory Greens) $2.50/bunch
Kale (assorted varieties) $2.50/bunch
Lettuce $2.00/head
Salad mix $2.50/bag
Spring Onions $1.00/each
String Beans (limited quanitity) $4.00/pint
Summer Squash $1.50/lb
Swiss Chard $2.50/bunch

Herbs $1.50/bunch (may include *basil, *cilantro, sage, oregano, thyme, lavender, mint, chives, etc.)
Raw Honey from the bees on the property $14 for a 12 oz. jar
Flower Bouquets – $5.00
Wyck Earth-Friendly Tote Bags- $10.00



Recipes:

COLD CUCUMBER DRINK

ONE PAN HONEY GARLIC CHICKEN AND VEGGIES


A Little Something Else:

Innocence
by Linda Hogan

There is nothing more innocent
than the still-unformed creature I find beneath soil,
neither of us knowing what it will become
in the abundance of the planet.
It makes a living only by remaining still
in its niche.
One day it may struggle out of its tender
pearl of blind skin
with a wing or with vision
leaving behind the transparent.

I cover it again, keep laboring,
hands in earth, myself a singular body.
Watching things grow,
wondering how
a cut blade of grass knows
how to turn sharp again at the end.

This same growing must be myself,
not aware yet of what I will become
in my own fullness
inside this simple flesh.