Cherry Tomatoes Are Here


Let's get right down to business. Tomato season is here and it's time to celebrate. People who know me, understand that, yes, I'm a vegetable snob, but I take tomatoes to whole other level. I'm the guy that brings my own tomatoes into a restaurant. I am involved and have hosted tomato tasting contests and I recently received a refractometer to measure the level of sweetness in tomatoes. We have Valentine (Red grape), Black Cherry (Black Cherry) and Sun Gold (orange cherry). By far, these are my three favorite cherries, thus the reason they will always be in my containers through October. If you're sitting down to snack on these, I would advise starting off with the red Valentine to get you in the mood for real tasting tomatoes, follow with the rich boldness of a black cherry and for dessert, go for the sweetest tomato that exists, the orange Sun Gold. Which ever tomato you chose this summer, know that a lot time and thought went into each variety produced at the farm. I have other tomatoes entering the mix later in the season, such as Rainbow and Tiger Pink.


Here's what's available this week:


Cherry Tomatoes $3.50 a pint

Cherry Tomatoes $6.50 a quart

White cabbage $3.50 a head (limited)

Carrots $3.00 bunch

Pickler Cucumbers 1 order is 2 for $1

Golden Beets. $3.50 bunch

Green Beans. $3 bag

Medium Green Bell Pepper. $1.25

Large Green Bell Pepper $1.50

Red Beets $3.50 bunch

Kale $3.50 bunch

Rainbow Chard $3.00 bunch

Zucchini $1.50 each

Yellow Summer Squash $1.50 each

Basil $2.00 bunch

Dill $2.00 bunch

Oregano $2.00 bunch

Thyme $2.00 bunch

Eggs $5.00 dozen

Broccoli $3.00 (very limited)

Carolina Reaper Hot Sauce $8.00


Pickup will be the same as before, Thursday from 11:00 to 2:00. Enjoy the season, Mark

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