EGGUCATION

Fifty Shades of eggs

I have had several people come to me at market and ask me “what makes the egg’s color?” Well, if you are curious, here is a quick reason why. Different breeds have different color eggs, for instance Easter eggers create multiple colors of eggs, like light blue, green, and possibly purpleish. Black Marans lay a …

Whats in

“Tomatoes, who has tomatoes?” I heard this more than once last weekend at market. The short answer is, unless you have an actual green house, or bring them in from south Texas, no one does yet. A number of thing need to happen to grow plants. First, ground temperature has to be correct for the …

The Diakon Radish

The big hit this winter is diacon radish. This radish is a little different than what grandma always served, (unless its what she served, in which case its the same) its not as “hot”. These guys have more than their share of vitamin C, ample supply of vitamin B-12, and B-6, which are great for …

Microgreens

We really enjoy our times at the farmers markets, meeting and getting to know people, fellowship with other producers, getting healthy products to you, and also educating about our foods.  One of the most common questions I get from people is “what are the funny looking little green plants?”  Well they are microgreens, and they …