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First we farm, cook and harvest. Then we share our experiences with you.

Learn what’s in this week’s CSA box, and get recipes that are designed to use those ingredients in creative, new ways. Maybe you’ll get a sneak peek at the next theme for our Seed & Spoon culinary school. Or even what local food artisan is coming to share some secrets.

Deconstructing your CSA Share
This Week's Share: Salad Mix, Radishes, Beets, Swiss Chard, Cucumbers, Zucchini and/or Summer Squash, Parsley, Lavender I've been having some nice chats with members about how they use their share and there seems to be a wide variety of tactics....
Farm Stand Opening July 4th!
We are excited to announce the opening of our farm stand  Saturday, July 4th 9am-12pm.  We will have our beautiful fresh organic produce, our signature baked goods, honey and pantry items.  Please wear your mask and be prepared to social...
Welcome to Summer Shares Members!
Our first summer share is a beauty, in my humble opinion. Something for everyone with a nod to both the early season - lots of greens and to the full on summer harvest with our first zucchini.  This week's share:...
Fridays on the Farm
We find ourselves adjusting our Friday harvest to the field conditions of the week. It is amazing how things can change over the five short days between Monday and Friday.  So we're introducing the What's in Your Share, Friday Edition. ...
Greens Galore!
This week's share: Salad Mix,  Boy Choy, Hakurei Turnips, Garlic Scapes, Mint or Cilantro, Cucumber, Sugar Snap Peas Notes on this week's harvest: The weather is DRY! We are irrigating all our fields and hoop houses while praying for rain!...
Strawberry Season Is Here!
Strawberries right on time for Father's Day.
First CSA Harvest of 2020
This week we share a recipe for Rhubarb Compote with Honey and Orange as well as tips and suggestions for what to do with all the other goodies in your share.
Farming in the time of Covid-19
Hey there folks, This spring on the farm has been busier than ever. We are about to welcome a new field crew on board and the planting season will be in full swing. We are thankful that our work continues...
Meet Sunchokes, aka Jerusalem artichokes
This is the second to last week and we feel busier than ever at the farm, getting in the last of the storage crops, cleaning up the fields and getting ready to plant next year's garlic. This weeks share: Sunchokes,...
Global Fast Food
This week's recipes hit Indian flavors, Mexican tomatillos and a riff on Jacque Pepin's classic French omelet - that all come together super quickly.
Honeynut Squash - Petite Butternuts
We think of these petite winter squashes as single serving butternuts. Delicious prepared in all the same ways, especially when we only need to serve one or two people.
Fresh Ginger from the Hoop House!
Under the right circumstances this tropical crop can grow in the chilly Northeast, even in the Icebox! This year we dedicated some space in our hoop house to make sure it had plenty of warmth.
Shoulder Season Harvest
This Week's Share: Beets, Celery, Rosemary, Frisee, Romaine Lettuce, Onions, Delicata Squash, Garlic The whole month of September we are straddling the seasons both in our field work and in our diets. I'm trying to get in as many tomatoes...
Romesco Season
This Week's Share: Eggplant, red peppers, parsley, lettuce, shallots, fennel, tomatoes, cucumbers This Week's Recipes: Romesco with Eggplant, Fennel and Lentils; Spiced Eggplant Soup Simple Salad with Tomatoes, Cucumbers and Shallot Vinaigrette. Romesco with Eggplant, Fennel and Lentils First things...
Simple Food for Labor Day
Let's face it, even though most creative culinary wizards want a day off from complicated fussy meals. This week's share lends itself to the simplest and most satisfying meal. This Week's Share: Tomatillos, Shishitos, Red Peppers, Basil, Tomatoes, Potatoes, Salad,...
Height of the Summer
Height of the Summer There are so many good things to make and so little time! This week's share with eggplant, zucchini, red peppers has me inspired to cook and eat veggie lasagna, moussaka, ratatouille, piperonata, all manner of salads,...
Fall Preview
These cool nights and low humidity clear days have me thinking of fall. And while l'm in no rush at all, the respite from the heat has me craving rustic and hearty comfort food. This week we'll have our first...
Escaroles and Bitter Greens
I do hope you can make a place in your heart for the more flavorful greens of the chicory family.
Weekend In Norfolk
We are super excited for all the festivities this weekend! There is so much to do in town and we will be busy ourselves with the farmers market, cook the market, and a garden open house on Sunday (2-4PM!). We...
Too Hot to Cook
We've got another hot week ahead of us. I know I'll be "cooking" as little as possible, making lots of chopped veggie salads. This Week's Share: Eggplant, Tomatoes, Basil, Zucchini, Ailsa Craig Onions, Yellow Paprika Peppers (sweet), Jalepenos, Cucumbers, Fennel....
Chilled Soups from the Norfolk Farmers Market
As promised, below you'll find the recipes for each of the chilled soups that were sample during our last Cook the Market demo. We've got another hot week ahead so these will be perfect! Chilled Blueberry Soup with Basil and...