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Posted 6/12/2015 3:14pm by David Paulk.

Hello Farm Friends,

It sure feels like summer now! The cucumbers and squash jumped this week, and the tomatoes are starting to ripen, with the sweet peppers not far behind. Things are going really well...with garlic harvesting next week (but remember it has to cure in the barn first before we can take it to market...but it's worth the wait). We know you all will be grilling this weekend, and we have plenty of veggies that are great on the grill. Check out the new vegetables listed below and note that we have plenty of Arugula, cucumbers and summer squash, and as always, the early bird gets the worm (so to speak).  Some come on by the market tomorrow! It should be nice in the morning (70's) with showers not until after market.

 

What we'll have this Saturday

- Arugula: the spicy green that you crave is back. We have plenty. 

- Green Beans (New!): It's the first flush of tasty green beans (limited quantity).

- Beets:  We have red and chioggia, sweet beets that are just beautiful and tasty. Try wrapped in foil and roasted on the grill...yum!

- Rainbow Chard: Colorful, beautiful greens with tasty crunchy stalks. So tasty simply sauteed in a little olive oil, and a little salt and pepper.

- Celery: (New!): If you've never had fresh harvested celery, well, you've been missing out...it is slightly sweet and very aromatic. The cool crunch of celery is great raw with a dip and in summer salads (e.g., tuna salad, chicken salad, salad salad).

- Cucumbers: We have plenty! The cucumber tidal wave hit this week. Two sweet types of fresh crisp cukes to choose from for your salads.

- Fennel: that aromatic, anise-flavored bulb that is great raw, especially with citrus, or roasted with chicken.

- Garlic Scapes:  Scapes are the green stalks that hardneck garlic plants shoot up in the spring. It would become a seed head, but we cut them off (so all the energy goes into making the garlic bulb in the ground). The great thing too is that you can eat the scapes! They are like a very garlicky and aromatic green onion. They are great added to scrambled eggs, added to vegetable saute, and makes THE best pesto!  No basil needed. Recipes will be handed out at the market. This may be the last of the scapes for the season.

- Curly Kale: delicious sauteed/lightly braised, added to soups, in salads, and as crispy chips. Of course, it's great for juicing! Think of all those anti-oxidants.

- Lacinato Kale: Also known as "Dino" or "Tuscan" kale. Very tasty Kale alternative to the traditional curly kale. It makes great kale chips, among many delicious uses.

- Leeks: They are in the onion family, but have their own distinctive mild flavor that is wonderful in any sauteed vegetable dish, so good cooked with fish, and essential to any fish or potato-leek soup.

- Lettuce:  Cool fresh, tasty green leaf, bibb and romaine head lettuce. Much better than anything you'll find in the store, plus it keeps fresher longer. 

- Red Onions: Freshly harvested, slightly sweet, rosy red, all purpose onions. A great staple for your kitchen. Try grilling (low to medium flame)!

- Walla Walla Onions:  These SWEET onions, harvested fresh, similar to Vidalia. Really great raw on salads, sauteed, caramelized, grill (low to med flame) and for onion rings! See photo below!

- Italian Flat Leaf Parsley (back!): fresh, aromatic herb that is essential in Tabouleh, Italian dishes, and a wonderful addition to salads.

- Zephyr Summer Squash:  Delicious, sweet, and slightly nutty summer squash that's half yellow and half green. Really good grilled on a medium flame with onions and beats for a grilled vegetable salad...Yum! 

- Hakurei Turnips:  White, sweet and crunchy Japanese variety of turnips. Wonderful raw in salads or simply sauteed or steamed, along with, of course, the tasty turnip greens. 

Check out recipes on our Web site: www.sassafrascreekfarm.com

 

 Photos of the week:  Cucumbers, Zephyr Squash and Celery!

 

  

Your Farmers, 
David and Jennifer Paulk

Sassafras Creek Farm

Leonardtown, MD

Certified Organic by QCS, Inc.

Posted 6/5/2015 6:58pm by David Paulk.

Hello Farm Friends,

Hard to believe it's June with all the cool wet weather this week.  Quite a contrast from the previous week's hot muggy days. June is when we transition from spring crops to summer crops. Some years that transition is smoother.  This year seems to be a bit back and forth, with hot and cold weather.  That makes it challenging as farmers, but equally rewarding to have the first cucumbers, squash, tomatoes, etc. at market. On our farm, we don't necessarily try to be the first, just somewhere near the front (just ahead of the Peloton, for you bicycling enthusiasts).  

And we've been busy...got our 40 acres of cover crops seeded over the weekend, new beds ready for our 2nd tomato planting, and our peppers, squash, watermelon and sweet potatoes are all in and looking great. Soon, we'll be harvesting garlic, more onions and squash. Just like last week, check out what we have new listed below and for those early birds, you will get the worm (so to speak).

What we'll have this Saturday

- Arugula (back!): the spicy green that you crave is back, but limited in quantity. 

- Beets (new!):  We have red, sweet beets that are just beautiful and tasty. See photo below!

- Rainbow Chard: Colorful, beautiful greens with tasty crunchy stalks. So tasty simply sauteed in a little olive oil, and a little salt and pepper.

- Cucumbers (limited quantity):  sweet, crisp tender cukes for your salads!

- Fennel (New!): that aromatic, anise-flavored bulb that is great raw, especially with citrus, or roasted with chicken.

- Garlic Scapes:  Scapes are the green stalks that hardneck garlic plants shoot up in the spring. It would become a seed head, but we cut them off (so all the energy goes into making the garlic bulb in the ground). The great thing too is that you can eat the scapes! They are like a very garlicky and aromatic green onion. They are great added to scrambled eggs, added to vegetable saute, and makes THE best pesto!  No basil needed. Recipes will be handed out at the market.  

- Curly Kale: delicious sauteed/lightly braised, added to soups, in salads, and as crispy chips. Of course, it's great for juicing! Think of all those anti-oxidants.

- Lacinato Kale: Also known as "Dino" or "Tuscan" kale. Very tasty Kale alternative to the traditional curly kale. It makes great kale chips, among many delicious uses.

- Leeks:  They are in the onion family, but they have their own distinctive mild flavor that is wonderful in any sauteed vegetable dish, but essential to any fish soup or potato-leek soup.

- Lettuce:  Cool fresh, tasty red leaf, bibb and romaine head lettuce. 

- Red Onions: Freshly harvested, slightly sweet, rosy red, all purpose onions. A great staple for your kitchen.

- Walla Walla Onions:  These SWEET onions, harvested fresh, similar to Vidalia. Really great raw on salads, sauteed, caramelized, and for onion rings! See photo below!

- Zephyr Summer Squash (limited quantity):  Delicious, sweet, and slightly nutty summer squash that's half yellow and half green. The first of the season. (limited quantity)

- Hakurei Turnips:  White, sweet and crunchy Japanese variety of turnips. Wonderful raw in salads or simply sauteed or steamed, along with, of course, the tasty turnip greens. 

Check out recipes on our Web site: www.sassafrascreekfarm.com

 

 Photos of the week:  Walla Walla Sweet Onions & Red Beets 

 

 

  

Your Farmers, 
David and Jennifer Paulk

Sassafras Creek Farm

Leonardtown, MD

Posted 5/29/2015 6:42pm by David Paulk.

Hello Farm Friends,

Hard to believe it's June with all the mild & wet weather this week.  Quite a contrast from last week's hot muggy days.  June is one of those months when we transition from spring crops to summer crops.  Some years that transition is smoother.  This year seems to be a bit back and forth, with hot and cold weather.  That makes it challenging as farmers but equally rewarding to have the first cucumbers, squash, tomatoes etc at market.  On our farm, we don't try to be the first, just somewhere near the front (just ahead of the Pelathon).  On the farm we've been busy and got our  40 acres of cover crop seeded over the weekend beds ready for our 2nd tomato planting, our peppers, squash, watermelon and sweet potatoes are all in and looking great.  Soon we'll be harvesting garlic, more onions and squash.  Just like last week, check out what we have new listed below and for those early birds, you will the get the worm (so to speak).

What we'll have this Saturday

- Beets (New!):  Red Ace beets

- Walla Walla Onions:  These SWEET onions, harvested fresh, similar to Vidalia. Really great raw on salads, sauteed, caramelized, and for onion rings!  We amp'd up our harvest for those of you that missed out last week.  

- Red Onions: Freshly harvested, slightly sweet, rosy red, all purpose onions. 

- Fennel (New!):

- Rainbow Chard: Colorful, beautiful greens with tasty crunchy stalks. So tasty simply sauteed in a little olive oil, and a little salt and pepper.

- Garlic Scapes:  Scapes are the green stalks that hardneck garlic plants shoot up in the spring. It would become a seed head, but we cut them off (so all the energy goes into making the garlic bulb in the ground). The great thing too is that you can eat the scapes! They are like a very garlicky and aromatic green onion. They are great added to scrambled eggs, added to vegetable saute, and makes THE best pesto!  No basil needed. Recipes will be handed out at the market. 

- Curly Kale: delicious sauteed/lightly braised, added to soups, in salads, and as crispy chips. Of course, it's great for juicing! Think of all those anti-oxidants.

- Lacinato Kale: Also known as "Dino" or "Tuscan" kale. Very tasty Kale alternative to the traditional curly kale. It makes great kale chips, among many delicious uses.

- Leeks:  They are in the onion family, but they have their own distinctive mild flavor that is wonderful in any sauteed vegetable dish, but essential to any fish soup or potato-leek soup.

- Lettuce:  Cool fresh, red leaf, bibb and romaine head lettuce. 

- Zephyr Summer Squash:  Delicious, sweet, and slightly nutty summer squash that's half yellow and half green. The first of the season. (limited quantity)

- Hakurei Turnips:

- Cucumbers (limited)

- Arugula (limited)

Check out recipes on our Web site: www.sassafrascreekfarm.com

 

 Photo(s) of the week:  Walla Walla sweet onions

& Red Ace beets

 

  

Your Farmers, 
David and Jennifer Paulk

Sassafras Creek Farm

Leonardtown, MD

Posted 5/22/2015 7:26pm by David Paulk.

Hello Farm Friends,

Saturday will be another gorgeous sunny day! What a relief after that dreadful winter flashback on Thursday.  So, start your Memorial Day weekend off right with plenty of fresh produce for your cookouts and get-togethers!  We have some special new additions this market, such as garlic scapes!  Yes, it is that time of year, and we will have copies of the delicious Garlic Scape Pesto recipe for you. 

What we'll have this Saturday

- Arugula:  We have what you crave. Add some spice to your life!

- Rainbow Chard: Colorful, beautiful greens with tasty crunchy stalks. So tasty simply sauteed in a little olive oil, and a little salt and pepper.

- Garlic Scapes (new!):  Scapes are the green stalks that hardneck garlic plants shoot up in the spring. It would become a seed head, but we cut them off (so all the energy goes into making the garlic bulb in the ground). The great thing too is that you can eat the scapes! They are like a very garlicky and aromatic green onion. They are great added to scrambled eggs, added to vegetable saute, and makes THE best pesto!  No basil needed. Recipes will be handed out at the market. See photo below. 

- Curly Kale: delicious sauteed/lightly braised, added to soups, in salads, and as crispy chips. Of course, it's great for juicing! Think of all those anti-oxidants.

- Lacinato Kale: Also known as "Dino" or "Tuscan" kale. Very tasty Kale alternative to the traditional curly kale. It makes great kale chips, among many delicious uses.

- Lettuce (New!):  Cool fresh, tasty green leaf, red leaf, bibb and romaine head lettuce. 

- "Lollipop" Radish mix:  Bunches of colorful radishes mixed together. Milder in this cool spring weather.

- Walla Walla Onions (new!):  These SWEET onions, similar to Vidalia. Really great raw on salads, sauteed, carmelized, and for onion rings!

- Italian Flat Leaf Parsley (new!):  Fresh, dark green, aromatic herb that is wonderful in salads, used in a pesto instead of basil, and essential in tabouleh.

- French Breakfast Radishes (new!): These are the same radishes sold in French markets, and are really tasty. Do the French eat them for breakfast? Why not?! See photo below.

- Scallions: Mild green onions, perfect raw in salads or sprinkled on top of your stir fry or on your morning omelette, but don't cook too much. These are young, green, and delicate.

- Strawberries: fresh, red, sweet and tasty. You know what to do with them.  All with absolutely no chemicals!  They are certified organic, as is all of our produce. The recent alternating hot, cold and very wet weather has wreaked havoc on our strawberries, making a short season even shorter. They do not like it wet. So we have them, but they are limited in quantity (one pint/person). 

- Hakurei Turnips:  White, sweet and crunchy Japanese variety of turnips. Wonderful raw in salads or simply sauteed or steamed, along with, of course, the tasty turnip greens.  

Check out recipes on our Web site: www.sassafrascreekfarm.com

 

 Photos of the week

 

 French Breakfast Radishes

  Garlic Scapes

 

Your Farmers, 
David and Jennifer Paulk

Sassafras Creek Farm

Leonardtown, MD

Posted 5/15/2015 6:36pm by David Paulk.

Hello Farm Friends,

 One word...Strawberries!  Okay, two words, Organic Strawberries!  They are beeauutiful, red, shiny, sweeeet and tasty!  AND we have a lot of them! Today was a long harvest day to bring you the freshest strawberries that actually have very sweet flavor.  So think salads with strawberries and walnuts, strawberry shortcake, strawberries and ice cream, strawberries on your cereal in the morning, strawberry smoothies...Need we say more?

What we'll have this Saturday

- Arugula:  We have plenty of what you crave. Add some spice to your life!

- Rainbow Chard (new!): Colorful, beautiful greens with tasty crunchy stalks. So tasty simply sauteed in a little olive oil, and a little salt and pepper.

- Curly Kale: delicious sauteed/lightly braised, added to soups, in salads, and as crispy chips. Of course, it's great for juicing! Think of all those anti-oxidants.

- Lacinato Kale (New!): Also known as "Dino" or "Tuscan" kale. Very tasty Kale alternative to the traditional curly kale. It makes great kale chips, among many delicious uses.

- Lettuce (New!):  Cool fresh, tasty green leaf, red leaf (new), bibb and romaine (new) head lettuce. 

- "Lollipop" Radish mix:  Bunches of colorful radishes mixed together. Milder in this cool spring weather.

- Salad Mix:  Convenient, tasty and ready to eat salad. Perfect blend of red and green lettuce. 

- Scallions: Mild green onions, perfect raw in salads or sprinkled on top of your stir fry or on your morning omelette, but don't cook too much. These are young, green, and delicate.

- Strawberries: fresh, red, sweet and tasty. You know what to do with them.  All with absolutely no chemicals!  They are certified organic, as is all of our produce.

- Hakurei Turnips:  White, sweet and crunchy Japanese variety of turnips. Wonderful raw in salads or simply sauteed or steamed, along with, of course, the tasty turnip greens.  

Check out recipes on our Web site: www.sassafrascreekfarm.com

 

 Photos of the week:  Strawberries and beautiful Romaine Lettuce


  

Your Farmers, 
David and Jennifer Paulk

Sassafras Creek Farm

Leonardtown, MD

Posted 5/8/2015 6:44pm by David Paulk.

Hello Farm Friends,

 Well it was a long hot harvest day!  Had to give our vegetables a drink. The veggies are growing faster, which is why we have some new items we'll be bringing to market this week.  Check it out below!

What we'll have this Saturday

- Arugula (back!):  We have plenty of what you crave. Add some spice to your life!

- Chinese Loose Head Cabbage (limited quantity): Light green, loose head chinese cabbage looks like green leaf lettuce, but has a mild cabbage flavor and slightly crunchy stalk. Really delicious raw as a salad on its own or mixed with salad greens, but also great lightly stir fried with rice and a little soy sauce, or added to soups.

- Curly Kale (New!): delicious sauteed/lightly braised, added to soups, in salads, and as crispy chips. Of course, it's great for juicing! Think of all those anti-oxidants.

- Lettuce (New!):  Cool fresh, tasty green leaf and a crunchy bibb head lettuce for your salads. 

- "Lollipop" Radish mix:  Bunches of colorful radishes mixed together. Milder in this cool spring weather.

- Salad Mix:  Convenient, tasty and ready to eat salad. Perfect blend of red and green lettuce. 

- Scallions: Mild green onions, perfect raw in salads or sprinkled on top of your stir fry, but don't cook too much. These are young, green, and delicate.

- Hakurei Turnips (New!):  White, sweet and crunchy Japanese variety of turnips. Wonderful raw in salads or simply sauteed or steamed, along with, of course, the tasty turnip greens.  

Check out recipes on our Web site: www.sassafrascreekfarm.com

 

 Photo of the week:  A tomato teaser!

 

  

Your Farmers, 
David and Jennifer Paulk

Sassafras Creek Farm

Leonardtown, MD

Posted 5/1/2015 4:39pm by David Paulk.

Hello Farm Friends,

Spring is lovely, fresh, green, fragrant and it likes to fool us once in awhile into thinking that summer is just around the corner. It is also a challenging time of year to grow due to the really variable temperatures and rain. It's sometimes a little too warm for cool season crops and sometimes too cool for warm season crops. This means that some cool season crops are bolting ("going to seed"), while some warm season crops are growing slowly. It is also difficult to get into the fields to prep beds for planting because the soil is so wet. All this said, we still manage to have vegetables for you; in large part due to our "high tunnels." A high tunnel is essentially a passive solar (unheated), large greenhouse where you grow your vegetables in the ground. It provides a protected environment from chilly temperatures, warms the soil, and allows us to control how much water the soil gets. So, even though we may not have the usual breadth of veggies this week, we do have depth. As the weather continues to warm, the variety of vegetables will increase. So, hang in there...

What we'll have this Saturday

- Asian Greens: "Yukina Savoy" has spoon-shaped, dark green leaves that are similar in consistency to spinach, but has a delicious, slightly nutty, mild flavor. Use as you would spinach in any dish.

- Chinese Loose Head Cabbage: Light green, loose head chinese cabbage looks like green leaf lettuce, but has a mild cabbage flavor and slightly crunchy stalk. Really delicious raw as a salad on its own or mixed with salad greens, but also great lightly stir fried with rice and a little soy sauce, or added to soups.

- "Lollipop" Radish mix:  Bunches of colorful radishes mixed together. Milder in this cool spring weather.

- Salad Mix:  Convenient, tasty and ready to eat salad. Perfect blend of red and green lettuce. 

- Scallions: Mild green onions, perfect raw in salads or sprinkled on top of your stir fry, but don't cook too much. These are young, green, and delicate.

- Sweet Potatoes: Did you know sweet potatoes get sweeter in storage? Well, they are at peak sweetness right now. They are super tasty baked, fried, and roasted; for lunch, dinner, and even breakfast! We have the All Purple Japanese, sweet/savory sweet potatoes. Tasty and loads of antioxidants! 

Check out recipes on our Web site: www.sassafrascreekfarm.com

 

 Photo of the week:  Head lettuce is sizing up!

 

Your Farmers, 
David and Jennifer Paulk

Sassafras Creek Farm

Leonardtown, MD

Posted 4/24/2015 6:13pm by David Paulk.

Hello Farm Friends,

This is definitely spring...warm and sunny one day, raining and cool the next. So, tomorrow, it's going to be cool, but it isn't supposed to start raining until late afternoon...so plenty of time to fit the farmer's market in! Just think, you'll have all this wonderful produce to make delicious and nutritious meals in your cozy, warm home, when it's raining outside. Plus...we get to see you!  We've missed you all over the winter and love catching up.  So swing by if you get a chance and say hello!

 

What we'll have this Saturday

- Arugula: Want to add a little spice to your life?...try arugula! Great in salads, sandwiches and top pizza as soon as it comes out of the oven.

- Asian Greens: "Yukina Savoy" has spoon-shaped, dark green leaves that are similar in consistency to spinach, but has a delicious, slightly nutty, mild flavor. Use as you would spinach in any dish.

- Chinese Loose Head Cabbage: Light green, loose head chinese cabbage looks like green leaf lettuce, but has a mild cabbage flavor and slightly crunchy stalk. Really delicious raw as a salad on its own or mixed with salad greens, but also great lightly stir fried with rice and a little soy sauce.

- "Lollipop" Radish mix:  Bunches of colorful radishes mixed together. Milder in this cool spring weather.

- Salad Mix:  Convenient, tasty and ready to eat salad. Perfect blend of red and green lettuce. 

- Scallions: Mild green onions, perfect raw in salads or sprinkled on top of your stir fry, but don't cook too much. These are young, green, and delicate.

- Spinach: Of course, very popular green that is great raw or cooked in many dishes.

- Sweet Potatoes: Did you know sweet potatoes get sweeter in storage? Well, they are at peak sweetness right now. They are super tasty baked, fried, and roasted; for lunch, dinner, and even breakfast! We have several varieties from which to choose. 

Check out recipes on our Web site: www.sassafrascreekfarm.com

 

 Photo of the week: Colorful, crispy taste of spring...Lollipop Radishes!

 

Your Farmers, 
David and Jennifer Paulk

Sassafras Creek Farm

Leonardtown, MD

Posted 4/17/2015 5:19pm by David Paulk.

Hello Farm Friends,

Spring!  It is finally here! Today's weather is amazing and tomorrow will be equally gorgeous. What a perfect way to spend part of your Saturday, outdoors at the farmer's market, mingling with neighbors who also value fresh, local, healthy, sustainably-grown vegetables and meat. And don't forget tasty! After all, this is about simply delicious food to share with family and friends!

This is the season of fresh greens, which you are all by now probably craving. Well, we have a number of choices right now! Also at the market, Swamp Fox Farm with pasture-raised poultry and eggs, and at least two bakers. 

What we'll have this Saturday

- Arugula: We have plenty of what you been missing. Put a little spice into your salad and life!

- Rainbow Chard: Savory, tasty green that is wonderful simply sauteed in a little olive, with salt and pepper. Great with a splash of your favorite vinegar. Did you know chard has even more beneficial nutrients than kale?!  Kale isn't the only green that's healthy and tasty. Try some chard.

- Kale: Curly: The kale you know and love, and is so good for you.

- Rainbow Lacinato Kale: Delicious sauteed/lightly braised, added to soups, in salads and as crispy chips. Rainbow lacinato kale leaves are like lacinato, but a little purple in color. Think of all those anti-oxidants...

- Leeks: Mild, but distinctive onion flavor.  Essential and delicious in fish soup (white wine is also key ingredient), and leek and potato soup. Wonderful sauteed with the greens we are offering today.

- Salad Mix:  Convenient, tasty and ready to eat salad. Perfect blend of red and green lettuce. 

- Spinach: Of course, very popular green that is great raw or cooked in many dishes.

- Sweet Potatoes: Did you know sweet potatoes get sweeter in storage? Well, they are at peak sweetness right now. They are super tasty baked, fried, and roasted; for lunch, dinner, and even breakfast! We have a variety to choose from.

Check out recipes on our Web site: www.sassafrascreekfarm.com

So, we hope to see you at our first farmer's market of the 2015 season.

 Photo of the week: The Promise of Spring in a Strawberry Blossom

 

 

Your Farmers, 
David and Jennifer Paulk

Sassafras Creek Farm

Leonardtown, MD

Posted 4/3/2015 8:00pm by David Paulk.

What's Going on at the Farm...

First bit of news, mark your calendars, we'll be at the BAE Farmer's Market beginning Saturday, 18 April from 9:00am - 1:00 pm.

Secondly, three cheers! Spring is here and the farm is quickly coming out of its winter hibernation. That means we'll be coming to the market with tasty local produce soon though probably not soon enough for our loyal customers. This is not for lack of trying. Mother Nature doesn't read our crop plan and with the long cold winter we're a few weeks behind on a number of our spring plantings. But we think you'll be happy with what we will have. As usual, the day before the market, we'll email you a list of what we'll be bringing.

In the meantime, check out this excellent article about preserving farmland in Southern Maryland; Preserving the land and the legacy.

Looking forward to seeing everyone at market soon! 

Your Farmers, 
David and Jennifer Paulk

Sassafras Creek Farm

Leonardtown, MD

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