Whew! Are you surviving these hot, humid days? Any type of cold fruit salads or mixtures can cool down parched throats, and provide electrolytes to our bodies, especially for children playing outside, or anyone who finds themselves outdoors during Florida's summers. I just couldn't pass up sharing this beautiful photo - it sparks the imagination for creative ideas in making bite-sized fruit more appealing.
Many roads in our end of town have remained flooded from heavy downpours since Tropical Storm Debby. The clay-rich fields at Beasley Farm are still extremely soggy. This means a few of our summer crops are not maturing in the way we had hoped. Still, we keep our fingers crossed that our pesticide-free harvest will come to fruition soon. In the meantime, welcome to this week's newsletter! We hope your summer has been enjoyable, healthy and safe.
By avoiding harmful chemicals, we provide local birds a safe haven where they can help with insect populations.
Gran'ma Angie thanks you for the bags! She hopes you will keep on bringing 'em. Thanks for "recycling" your plastic bags with us! It helps us keep prices down.
Green and Red Bell Peppers
Pablano Peppers (FANTASTIC!)
Green Jalapenos (be sure to remove the seeds!)
White Skin Potatoes
Shelled Zipper Peas 2lb bags $8 (phone to order)
Shelled Conk Peas 2lb bags $8 (phone to order)
- Reservations being taken for our specialty Traditional Southern Field Peas (phone to order please)
- Pesticide-free Okra