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- Pumpkin biscotti, flower bouquets and lots of veggies will be @fmozarks tomorrow For the pre-Thanksgiving pop up market come see the Christmas tree get lit and enjoy the evening before the big feast while gathering a few of your last items. 4-8Spent three full sweet days in Ohio on our dear friends new farm. Adam and Tabitha Blaney use to help us on our farm, but not even a year ago they made the big move to OH to become full time veggie farmers. We finally carved out a bit of time to come alongside them and help them out. We were so impressed with what they have already accomplished, they really are off to an amazing start. It was fun to watch the To-Do and Someday list shrink while we worked and played together on their little corner of the earth they are stewarding. We know feeding and housing our crew is no small task (one they did so graciously), but we also know many hands makes light work, and makes the work be filled with the joy of brotherhood and sisterhood! We cherish you Blaney people!!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!!
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Today’s share is full of fall greens and roots, just right for soups and oven roasted veggies. Sounds pretty good on a day like today, with the wind blowing and the temperatures dropping. All shares Napa Cabbage; we love this in … Continue reading
What a glorious day! It’s one of those days when it’s easy to love what we do! Beautiful sun, cool breeze, and a beautiful harvest of fall favorites. We have received our fall allotment of winter squash from the Amish … Continue reading
An enormous pot of Zacusca is truly fantastic. Spread it on bread, use over pasta, in ravioli, as base for tarts or quiche. Romanian Eggplant Zacusca Makes about 3 pints 4 medium eggplants 2 green bell peppers 4 red or … Continue reading
My mom brought this soup to my attention, just in time for fall http://www.marthastewart.com/332310/roasted-eggplant-and-chickpea-soup INGREDIENTS 2 medium eggplants (about 1 1/2 pounds total), peeled and cut into 1-inch pieces 1 small yellow onion, diced medium 2 garlic cloves, unpeeled 6 … Continue reading
We’re enjoying the flood of summer crops, including tomatoes, eggplant, and bell peppers. Irrigation continues to be pretty much 24/7, and we keep praying for rain. Meanwhile, the crops continue to be productive, and the heat has returned to average, … 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
Remember we are currently signing up our Winter CSA. We would love to have you join us, we are excited to be able to offer home delivery for the 1st time. If you have any questions please do not hesitate … Continue reading
What a lovely day on the farm! We’ve really been enjoying the weather the past few days, including the much-needed rain. Unfortunately, our crops are still suffering lingering effects from such a long, hot summer. It’s been a rough year … Continue reading