WORKSHOP - Autumn Harvest!! Spiced Apples, Sauces & More...
Saturday, October 10 (10 AM - 3 PM)
Autumn Harvest!! Spiced Apples, Sauces & More
Fall is here, and apples are the name of the game. Concoct and can sinfully spiced apple sauces, apple butters, & exquisite chutneys sure to heat up that cold winter right around the corner. If you'd like, bring some of your favorite local varieties or anything else the autumn harvest has to offer.
Cost of Class: $50
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Fall is here, and apples are the name of the game. Concoct and can sinfully spiced apple sauces, apple butters, & exquisite chutneys sure to heat up that cold winter right around the corner. If you’d like, bring some of your favorite local varieties or anything else the autumn harvest has to offer. Cost of Class: $50
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Greetings Market Friends!
The weather is a little nippy, but pop a sweater on and join us - you'll be rewarded. A frost is likely coming soon, and the peppers and eggplants this week may be the last, so stock up now. There are only notes from a couple vendors this week, but the usual crew should be there Saturday, bundled up but smiling (or at least scowling in a friendly manner).
From our vendors:
Who will brave the weather with us?
Who is tough enough to show up at the market at 8:00 am when the sun has just peaked through the clouds of night? KCCUA farmers will be there. We’ll be there with one of your last chances to get fresh produce this year. We’re bringing amazing vegetables.
We will have sweet potatoes. They’ve become our #1 veggie over the last few weeks. We also have a few varieties of winter squash, but these are going fast. The sweet peppers are ripe and ready for grill or stuffing, okra very snackable, and summer squash that refuses to believe it is all over. Filet beans and tri-color beans are in abundance. We’ll also be harvesting edamame for market. This crop squeaked in just in time. Who knows if the cold weather will finish the plants next week…this may be your last chance till next June! We STILL have tomatoes Closing the high tunnels has helped the plants ripen the fruit. It’s time for a root celebration. Big boy turnips are perfect, if I’m allowed to say that. The beets are huge, full of color and flavor. We’ll have orange, Hercules carrots in bunches. Cherry belle radishes and new black, Nero di Tondo radishes, too. Leek bundles for soup. Scallions. Some mini onions. Garlic. Hot peppers like cayenne, pepperoncini, Thai and habanera. Eggplant, Herbs. And greens in the form of braising mix (aka Funky Fresh), bags o’baby chard, bags o’baby kale, sweet potato greens, salad mix, lettuce mix, microgreens, arugula, watercress, and spinach!
And I’m bringing Katherine!!! The only farmer who can say that!
I do hope to see you Saturday!
Gotta love sweatshirt weather! Turnip weather! Even (gasp!) broccoli weather! Only one lonely head of broccoli is ready this week but I'm getting pretty excited about next week.
This week, however, the turnips and radishes once again reign. Also on the table this week is more tasty pac choi, yummy japanese eggplant and colorful swiss chard. The kale seems to love this weather, so I'll bring several bunches.
No raab this week , but another planting should be ready next week.
See you Saturday!
- Green Dirt Farm http://www.greendirtfarm.com/
- Bread of Life Organic Bakeryhttp://www.BreadOfLifeBakery.net
- Wells Family Farms http://wellsfamilyfarms.com/
- Kansas City Community Farm/KCCUAhttp://www.KCCUA.org/
- Blue Door Farmhttp://www.localharvest.org/farms/M30772
- Bear Creek http://www.localharvest.org/csa/M239