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- What a beautiful day to come see your farmers at the Farmers Market of the Ozarks 8-1.Uncovering goodness! Floating row cover and plastic kept these babies growing!Leaves 🍁 leaves, we want your leaves! Drop them of at Amanda Owen and Ryan Owen’s house at 626 S Fremont. There will be a large dump trailer parked in her drive, empty your bags into the trailer. Please do not throw the bags in the trailer. We will haul them out to Millsap Farm once it is full! Thanks for helping us grow more organically raised produce for the Ozarks!! If you notice it is getting full text Curtis at 417839-0847 so we can arrange to dump it and bring it back! Also you are welcome to bring them out to the farm, just follow the signs and dump your leaves back by the pigs.Newest licensed driver you’ll!! Happy birthday to this sweet 16 year old!!Happy birthday to you dear one!! We hope you have a beautiful day!!Floating row covers make it possible for us to grow yummy produce during the colder months!
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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