In the market we have:
- Vegetables: zucchini, summer squash, cabbage, peppers (many kinds), cucumbers, kale (red Russian and curly from Becca’s garden), eggplant, sweet corn, green beans, Brussels sprouts, onions (many kinds) and shallots.
- Blueberries: We have them in both small and large picked quantities (from pints up to 1o pound boxes.) We hope to have picked blueberries around for about one more week to 10 days. Our own field of U-Pick blueberries is done for the year….thanks to everyone who came out to pick!
- Cantaloupe: Our own melons are ready and coming in every day. Given the expected heat, they will probably only last about a week. So come get some soon Ninazal ied it.
- Watermelon: Our own are slowly coming in.
- Apples: We have 3 kinds of summer apples on the market now: Paula Red and Earli-blaze for eating or cooking, and Mollie’s Delicious, which is a sweet eating apple. We have small quantities on the market. If you want bushels, it is best to call ahead to make sure we have them. If you are trying to make applesauce. we have some Paula Red “seconds” available at 1/2 price.
- Picked Tomatoes: Field tomatoes are coming in, along with 5 kinds of mini-tomatoes. We have the mini’s available to sample. See which one you like best, or you can get a box with all the kinds mixed 시벨리우스 크랙 다운로드.
- U-Pick Tomatoes: When will U-Pick tomatoes be ready has been the question of the month and we haven’t had a good answer due to this year’s unusual weather. It looks like we will open next week. But….we need your help (and a little more patience) as we open the field up. Given the pent-up demand for tomatoes this year, particularly with the blight that has hurt many gardens and farms in the area, we need to control the flow of customers for a while until there are plenty to pick (which there will be in September hopefully.) So, if you are wanting to come out in the next few weeks, please call the market and ask to be put on our U-Pick list. We will schedule customers in as there are enough ready, to avoid having so many folks out at the same time that not everyone gets want they want.
- Potatoes: we have four kinds of potatoes on the market and we dig them fresh. We have white, red, Yukon gold, and the russet baking potatoes. We will have potatoes by the bushel if you would like them for fall/winter use. Let us know how many you would like and when we do our final harvest we can call you. (269-244-5690) text-to-speech.
- Fresh cut flowers and fresh herbs
What’s coming next:
- In next week’s update, we promise to get you the fall apple forecast on what kinds we will have, when they will be ready and pricing.
- Concord and Niagara grapes: This is the 2nd most frequently asked question behind tomatoes is when will the grapes be ready. Please check back about September 9th and we will hopefully have an opening date by then. Before we open, we will want them to be at their full ripeness and sugar content, so it may be closer to the middle or end of September before we open (weather dependent of course). We will have plenty to pick. Pricing will be the same as last year. 25 cents a pound or 20 cents a pound if you pick over 100 pounds.
- Around Labor Day weekend we expect to pick the few Bartlett pears and Stanley prune plums that we have this year (most were lost in the severe winter and the May frost) 속담이야호 다운로드.
Brandy: You read correctly! The wait is over and we’ve begun selling Hubbard’s Brandy again. The brandy we are selling now was produced at the height of last year’s bounty, capturing the essence and spirit of the harvest. For brandy, we have apple, cherry, Concord grape, Niagara grape, double distilled Niagara grape, and pear. We also have our sweet ‘Polecat’ wines: blends of apple brandy infused with apple, black cherry, sweet cherry, and peach juices. Please note: we are not doing Saturday tastings for the time being, and we aren’t licensed to sell on Sunday’s before noon fox 다운로드. Thank you for understanding.
This weekend in the bakery we will have:
- Pies: apple, blueberry, berry peachy, cherry, cherry berry, chocolate, peanut
butter, peach, strawberry rhubarb, and fresh blueberry glaze.
- Cookies: apple and flower cut outs, monster (oatmeal, choc chips, m&m’s and peanut butter), chocolate chip, lemon, and caramel apple.
- Bread: Whole Wheat, cinnamon, vegetable, blueberry zucchini.
- Double chocolate zucchini muffins and blueberry zucchini muffins Download Busker Busker mp3.
- Cinnamon rolls, cinna-monkeys, and sticky buns.
- Donuts: Apple, buttermilk, pumpkin.
- Slushies: Apple cider and white grape peach
If you would like to reserve any baked goods please call us at (269) 244-5690.
A note from the bakers: With the aroma of fresh apples coming into the market
this week, we could not help but think of fall 자바스크립트 url 파일 다운로드. This weekend we will be switching
to our fall flavors of donuts, which include apple, and pumpkin along with our
standard buttermilk. We also have a new slushie flavor for you to try: white
grape peach. It is a slightly sweet peach flavor that is heightened by the white
grapes, definitely a must try! See you this weekend! -the Bakers
From Becca’s Garden: Red Russian kale, curly kale, chard, sunsugar cherry tomatoes, jalapeno peppers, celery (please ask in person if you’re interested and I’ll cut it fresh for you), herbs. I’ve got lettuce and spinach growing for fall, leeks looking good, carrots coming for a few weeks from now, and hey! A picture for you to enjoy 폴라리스 오피스 무료 다운로드.
Local meat: One-pound packages of bacon are back! New this week: bulk ground sausage thanks to requests from customers. Let us know what you think. We also have spare ribs, bone-in pork chops, bacon sausage breakfast patties, regular breakfast patties, mild links, and hot links. Look for all these items in the freezer in the bakery.
Happenings on the farm this week: Two good things happened here this week, we got some summer-like weather and rain! Both which will help give our summer crops that have been struggling a little boost 백업 및 동기화 다운로드.
We also have started on a very difficult and time consuming task of re-training new grape vines to replace the ones that were injured by the severe winter in some of our white Niagara blocks. We have all been learning how to do this and trying to figure out if there is any easy way (we haven’t found it!) since this is the first time we have ever had to do this in the lifetime of these vineyards. (Note: this will not affect the U-Pick grapes this year….we will have enough grapes for everyone to pick.)
Everyone at Corey Lake Orchards thanks you for buying local. Hope to see you soon HanaTour.