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- Fall and Winter CSA shares are now available! You can join our Community Supported Agriculture and get a box full of our produce every week. We have a slight change this year and our fall and winter shares will be available Friday night on farm or delivered to FMO or to your door on Saturday am. We are so thankful to all our CSA members who make growing organic veggies in the Ozarks possible. Link in bioFree Twilight Walk this Wednesday 6:30. We will be demonstrating the paper pot transplanter process, as well the Jang, Four Row Pinpoint Seeder, Earth Way as well. We are excited to invite you to the farm to tour with Farmer Curtis and see what is new on the farm. Every month on the 3rd Wednesday we will be hosting these free Twilight Walks with co-host Patrick Byers from the MU Extension. Please extend the invite to anyone who is interested in learning more about growing produce using organic methods in the Ozarks!! We sure hope to see you!!Whole Hog ~n~ Dance Fall Fest!! We are excited to announce we are planning a fall fest Millsap style and we hope you can join us. Saturday October 5th @ 4:45 we will be welcoming all of you to the farm for a Contra Dance/Whole Hog Roast/Potluck good time. We will be pit roasting one of our hogs, so bring along something to go with it, potluck style. We will eat at 5:15, and then we will start contra dancing at about 6:45. If you have never been to contra dance they are super family friendly good times with large circle, line or square dances. They are similar to square dancing, with a caller, but more of a bluegrass fiddle band feel. Our caller is Jim Thaxter who is coming down from Columbia, Kim Lansford on guitar, David Scrivner will be on fiddle, Nathan McAllister on fiddle/banjo. We hope to dance (or watch) for a few hours. Things to bring: Pot Luck Dish and your own tablewear if you have it (or we will have paper for those who forget) Donation to help cover the cost (suggested $5 a person or whatever your family can afford Water bottle/ Drink of choice to accompany your eveing Comfortable shoes Chairs or a picnic blanket Carpooling is good! No dogs please.Come support your farmers at The Farmers Market of the Ozarks Saturday am!!Market time @fmozarks come on downHere is what Sarah is planning for tonight’s Thursday Night Pizza Club Menu : Island Dream Homemade pineapple BBQ sauce, slow roasted Millsap pork, pineapple chucks, hot peppers, bacon, mozzarella and cilantro Septembre Està Aquì Garlic Olive Oil, Beets, Basil, Pears (Asian and European), Feta and Mozzarella Hot Spud Garlic Aioli, roasted potatoes, leeks, broccoli, 4 cheese blend Farmhouse Cheese Marinara red sauce, all covered up with mozzarella Make sure to grab your reservations at https://millsapfarms.wordpress.com/pizza-a-place-to-party/. Or link in bio
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If you carrot all get to FMO (Farmers Market of the Ozarks) and lettuce show you how to make your Valentine’s heart Beet for you! See you from 9-1 Your Kaleing Me!
Tuesday is the last Summer CSA harvest for 2012. It has been a very challenging season, with much less water than we needed, and very high temperatures, which dramatically decreased the tomato, green bean, lettuce, and carrot harvest. On the … Continue reading
By CSA member Tim Caldwell-Almaraz Ingredients: 4 medium sized beets, scrubbed clean 3 Tbsp Tahini sesame seed paste 4 Tbsp lemon juice 2 small cloves garlic, chopped fine 3 Tbsp of Lemon Juice 1 Tbsp Ground Cumin Big pinch of … Continue reading
Heirloom Tomato Heirloom tomatoes are remarkably flavorful, which are grown from old-fashioned varieties, they come in all shapes, sizes and color, most are on the ugly side. But on this one, do not judge by appearance alone, most heirlooms are … Continue reading
4-5 med beets cooked skinned and cut into large chuncks 1 large apple cut into large chunks- tart is good 1/4 cup onion Dressing 1 Tbl oil 1 tsp balsamic vinegar 1/4 tsp salt 1 tsp Dijon Mustard 11/4 cup … Continue reading
We’re excited about the upcoming growing season, and are already ordering seeds, starting plants, and finalizing summer plans. We’ve spent the winter months researching, studying, attending conferences, recruiting apprentices and interns, renovating greenhouses, revising planting schedules, and all the other … Continue reading
Today’s harvest should include: Yellow squash cucumbers eggplant bell peppers jalapenos banana peppers green beans large tomatoes cherry tomatoes arugula watermelon red and yellow onions chinese red noodle beans basil Sweet corn greenhouse melons, either sun jewell or Petit Gris … Continue reading
Todays harvest should include: yellow squash greenbeans arugula carrots potatoes bell peppers jalapeno basil melons tomatoes cucumbers eggplant onions Looks like it might be yet another wet harvest day, but no complaints here, I’d rather be in the rain than … Continue reading
Roasted beets: Scrub beets. Cut stems to 1″. Roast in foil 50-60 minutes; cool. Peel (the skins “slip”), then slice. Mix 1 Tbsp. melted butter with 1 Tbsp. orange juice concentrate; stir in sliced beets to coat the beets. Member … Continue reading