|Today's produce list.|
|A deconstructed box.|
|A few of Lisa's lovely bouquets.|
|This year's first tea harvest.|
|Parsnips on the left, two buckets of shelling peas and leeks in the back.|
|A few strawberries today.|
|Kale hydrating in the cool water near our pallet table.|
|Some of the last green onions that overwintered.|
|Colorful crisp Swiss Chard.|
|Rosemary lemon biscuits.|
|Split pea lovage soup to go with the yummy biscuits.|
|Cucumbers and onions in a vinegar and water blend.|
|Rosemary and lemon butter for the biscuits.|
|The little helpers eating their lunch at their table.|
|And then there was dessert.|
Anna even made us home made strawberry ice cream.
|Angie and Wyatt are figuring out how to |
tackle the lovage for the boxes.
|Sweet Sicily. |
All parts taste like a mild black licorice.
Some people use it as a sweetener.
|Tarragon awaits cutting. |
It grows in Mom's herb gardens just outside of the farmhouse.
|Dividing up the kale evenly.|
|Greenhouse cucumbers are healthy and crisp.|
|On the left is tarragon, then lovage and lastly sweet Sicily. |
All are hydrating in fresh water.
|Swiss Chard needs larger tubs to get its stems all in water.|
|The tea from Dad's tea hedge.|
|Florencio shows off the beets. |
The circle within a circle ones are called Chiogga.
There are a few golden beets here, too.
|Anna cuddling her new little man while she writes today's list.|
|The bouquet she picked out for her family.|
|Pale pink roses with pale pink Sweet William goes well with Bells of Ireland.|
|Chris helps strip leaves off the flowers for Lisa in the flower house. More hands make for lighter work.|