Welcome to this week's Tasty and Healthy newsletter. Such beautiful Florida Spring Time weather - and our crops like it, too!
(photo on left - Sautéed Sweet Potatoes, Poblano Peppers and Red Onions)
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Both are pesticide-free.
Swiss Chard may be used just like spinach - raw, cooked, or juiced, as a side dish, in salads, on sandwiches.
Did you know Swiss Chard can be frozen? Perfect for soups and stews.
More about Swiss Chard here.
I've read the internet about Chard, and apparently nearly no one eats it raw. But I do!
Swiss Chard may be washed and torn into bite size pieces, combined with a little cream and parmesan cheese, and baked. It may be thrown into soups for the last few minutes of before serving, used on sandwiches in place of lettuce, and microwaved briefly (no more than two minutes) and added to any dish. Try making quiche with it. These greens are wonderful for the non Collard/Mustard eater (that would be me). Another delicious way of preparing it is by sautéing with olive oil, or stir frying with other veggies.
- Yellow Squash
- Scallop Squash
- Yellow Zucchini
- Green Beans
- Pole Beans
- Yellow Beans
- Spinach - new crop
- White and Red Radishes
- Black-eye Peas
- Conk Peas
- Pink-eye Peas
Florida Cherry Tomatoes
Poblano Peppers, Red and Green!
Florida Sweet Purple Onions
fresh herbs - nice variety - basil, mint, oregano, parsley
Monday - 9AM - 1PM We are now serving our north Brooksville customers in the Cloverleaf Farm Mobile Home Park - just off Hwy 41, across from the Hernando County School Compound and south of Croom Road in North Brooksville. Turn into Cloverleaf Farm's main entrance, on the right side by the golf driving range.
- William Arthur Ward -
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