Atherton Market – 5.29.10

05/28/2010 at 12:50 pm Leave a comment

What’s new this week from JW’s Farm??

Inchelium Red Garlic (heirloom) – Originated on the Colville Indian Reservation in Washington State. Won 1st place among 20 varieties tested for flavor at the 1991 Rodale Food Center. I’m going to have lots this week.
inchelium red garlic
 
Sweet Genovese Basil – Same large leaf basil we sold last year. Use fresh or dried for flavoring sauces, soups, dressings, and of course PESTO!!
 
Wando Peas – (heirloom) – Introduced in 1943. Delicious shelling type pea. Use fresh or frozen.
 
Kohlrabi Early Purple Vienna – (heirloom)  Delicious eaten raw in salads or cooked. If you haven’t tried Kohlrabi, you owe it to yourself to do so! Limited availability so come by early.
Kohlrabi
 
Rainbow Swiss Chard – A real superfood… nutritional dynamite! Use it in any recipe that calls for spinach, Google it, or be creative.
 
Live plants – a variety of herb, veggie, and flower starts. We’ll bring whatever looks nice this week.
 
See y’all there.
 
jw
 
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