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Posted 8/22/2013 9:07am by Allison Mills Neal & Matthew Neal.

As approaching the later parts of August, we have the same vegetable and fruit offerings as we did last week.  

Here below is what I have to offer...and how You go

about Ordering and Picking up.

Produce items are limited and will be filled on a first order first serve basis. Pick-ups will be here on farm at The Rocket, which is at the gate down by the creek, after turning into the driveway.  If you will place your order, by either calling or e-mailing, by 7 am this Friday August the 23rd, I will have your bulk order with your name on it in a cooler at the rocket starting at 5pm on Friday evening the 23rd all through the rest of the weekend for you to be able to pick-up at your convenience. Please bring your own bag, sack, or basket to put your items in, unless you have been a regular in the past and I will continue to rotate your baskets that have your name on it. There is a cash tin in the rocket for you to either leave a check or cash.  Thanks.

Purple Sun Potatoes...Purple Skin & Golden Flesh     $2.75/lb

Satina Potatoes...Yellow Skin & Flesh                       $2.75/lb

Tomatoes... Mixed Variety or Requested Selection        $2.75/lb

Australian Brown Heirloom Onions                        $3.00/lb

Heirloom Fennel di Ferenze                               $3.00/Bunch

Maxibel Hericot Vert French Green Beans               $3.00/lb

Malali Watermelon (~10 lb variety)                        $4.00/watermelon

Genovese Basil Herb...order more than 

   you need and then dry for winter use                $2.50/1/4 lb or 4.00/1/2 lb 

Summer Savory Herb                                           $2.50/bunch


Allison Mills Neal 

6624 Leipers Creek Road; Columbia, TN 38401

allie@arugulasstarfarm.com

www.ArugulasStarFarm.com

931-682-3314

Posted 8/14/2013 6:05pm by Allison Mills Neal & Matthew Neal.

Genuine Organically Grown Produce Offerings for

Weekend of August 16th

The dampness and heavy humidity has finally lifted and we all were loving today's weather no doubt.

The Texas Honey June Corn was harvested over last weekend, and therefore if you did not get any last weekend then it is all gone.  When Corn becomes ready, it has to be picked and eaten quickly, as the old sweet types do not keep on getting sweeter in storage.  We loved Corn on the Cob for dinners, and I blanched and put up corn to eat on over winter.  I thought this corn variety did really well, so I am saving the seed and will be planting a larger plot next year and perhaps you will be able to enjoy some next year when we are selling in town again and not just On-Farm.  Here below are some pictures of our fun with the corn harvest.

 

There will be watermelons this weekend I do believe, as they have been growing now for 90 days.  We have yet to gather one yet and try, so I am excited. 

The tomatoes are still coming in, even though they are slightly more cracked this week than last, merely because of all the rains.  Do not worry though, as there should be enough perfect ones to give to you our ordering customers. We ended up getting an approximate total over the last week of 3.75 inches of rain, which is a lot for a tomato to handle without wanting to crack.

All different varieties of tomatoes are being tasted and adored by Matthew and I, as all varieties are ripening and being harvested. We have large tomatoes, medium tomatoes, and small cherry tomatoes.  We have open pollinated varieties and heirloom varieties called Big White, Spear's TN Green, Red Parragon, Manyel Yellow Golds, Jaune Flamee,  Mexico Pink, Aker's Plum Pink, Green Grape Cherry.  IF you order tomatoes you can let me know if you are interested in a mix or a specific type or size, and if amounts work out I should be able to fill your desired selection. Here below I have put the tomatoes into different categories to help in your selection.  Also, in general, one pound of tomatoes does not go real far, so I would recommend at least getting 3 pounds if you are wanting to eat on tomatoes all week, and really this amount is easily eaten in less than a week actually. 

The large slicers are:

Big White, Spear's TN Green, Mexico Pink (some of the Mexico Pinks can weigh almost 2 pounds!), Red Parragon. The Big White and Spear's TN Green are pictured here below.

The medium sized slicers are:

Manyel Yellow Golds, Aker's Plum Pink, and the larger Jaune Flamee cherry

The smaller cherry tomatoes are:

Jaune Flamee (varies from Orange to Red), and Green Grape Cherry

Here below is what I have to offer...and how You go

about Ordering and Picking up.

Produce items are limited and will be filled on a first order first serve basis. Pick-ups will be here on farm at The Rocket, which is at the gate down by the creek, after turning into the driveway.  If you will place your order, by either calling or e-mailing, by 7 am this Friday August the 16th, I will have your bulk order with your name on it in a cooler at the rocket starting at 5pm on Friday evening the 16th all through the rest of the weekend for you to be able to pick-up at your convenience. Please bring your own bag, sack, or basket to put your items in, unless you have been a regular in the past and I will continue to rotate your baskets that have your name on it. There is a cash tin in the rocket for you to either leave a check or cash.  Thanks.

Purple Sun Potatoes...Purple Skin & Golden Flesh     $2.75/lb

Satina Potatoes...Yellow Skin & Flesh                       $2.75/lb

Tomatoes... Mixed Variety or Requested Selection        $2.75/lb

Australian Brown Heirloom Onions                        $3.00/lb

Young Fennel di Ferenze Heirloom                          $3.00/Bunch

Maxibel Hericot Vert French Green Beans               $3.00/lb

Malali Watermelon (~10 lb variety)                        $4.00/watermelon

Canary Yellow Zinnia Bouquet                                $3.00/Bunch

Genovese Basil Herb...order more than 

   you need and then dry for winter use      $2.50/1/4 lb or 4.00/1/2 lb 

Summer Savory Herb                                           $2.50/bunch

Greek Oregano Herb                                            $2.50/1/4 lb

 

Allison Mills Neal 

6624 Leipers Creek Road; Columbia, TN 38401

allie@arugulasstarfarm.com

www.ArugulasStarFarm.com

931-682-3314

Posted 8/7/2013 3:24pm by Allison Mills Neal & Matthew Neal.

Good day Good day, 

Here below is a Voiced Article from me, Allison, the Genuine Agrarian Farmer...

More rain has come to the farm this morning, already almost an inch.  The ground has been moist and damp for the last two weeks now.  Really wonderful for this mid to late summer time.  Leipers Creek, the creek that flows through our farm, has carried more water this year, through the summer, than any of the prior years that I can rememberAnd by speaking of creeks and water, I am very proud that Matthew and I, as rural land owners, help protect and preserve the watersheds ecosystems, by not supporting and using the chemical industries products of herbicides, pesticides and fertilizers.  We are always aggravatingly amazed at how many individuals choose to move out to the rural parts and then pollute the beautiful genuine ecosystems by building fences that serve no real purpose and then spray chemicals under them, and also how people choose to spray these unnecessary and harmful sprays in fields, yards, along the banks of water ditches, branches, and creeks.   As a purist, a human being, a land lover, a woman of motherly instincts, and as an ecosystem protector I wish there was something I could say to help change peoples reasons or mentalities, as to why they feel like they have the right and motivation to pollute directly our water, our future children's water, the animals, the birds, and the insects water.  These synthetic chemical loving individuals are in a completely different category even than conventional/chemical based farmers, as they are not even growing food.  So, I do not believe in conventional farming and nor do I believe in the ethic that goes behind synthetic chemical yard/field/waterway management.  I want to believe in positive change and I want up and coming children to believe in positive change. I desire for our basic natural resources to be as clean as they can be now and for the future generations.  There are so many actions we as individuals partake in on a daily basis that have underlying negative impacts on ecosystems that are not directly in-front of our eyes, so why would one want to directly demonstrate such an unnecessary and avoidable act of polluting by spraying chemicals in a yard, a field, a ditch, or alongside a waterway, that eventually ends up in ground water or in a watershed.  These actions of chemical spraying are like throwing out trash onto the side of the road, or onto somebodies land, but way worse, and I bet some individuals that partake in synthetic yard/field management would look down upon someone who chose to litter.  So from our perspective, chemical herbicides, pesticides, and fertilizers have magnanimously more long term repercussions than a mere piece of litter.  Until we can come up with campaigns, slogans, education, and laws, like most counties currently have for trash littering offenses, to help combat and stop the use of synthetic chemicals; then I am afraid we as Americans are witnessing a spreading epidemic on the for-front in the rural, and suburban areas that is going to have to be addressed.  Dead and barren, brown and eroded creek banks, ditches, fence rows, and steep slopes, from continual synthetic herbicides, are such an obvious and ugly precursor to what this chemical epidemic is doing to the ethic, beauty, and health of our current and future rural and suburban ecosystems...which let us all remember, an ecosystem includes both nature and humans. 

Genuine Organically Grown Produce Offerings for

Weekend of August 9th

All different varieties of tomatoes are being tasted and adored by Matthew and I , as all varieties are ripening and being harvested. We have large tomatoes, medium tomatoes, and small cherry tomatoes.  We have open pollinated varieties and heirloom varieties called Big White, Spear's TN Green, Red Parragon, Manyel Yellow Golds, Jaune Flamee,  Mexico Pink, Aker's Plum Pink, Green Grape Cherry.  IF you order tomatoes you can let me know if you are interested in a mix or a specific type or size, and if amounts work out I should be able to fill your desired selection. Here below I have put the tomatoes into different categories to help in your selection.  Also, in general, one pound of tomatoes does not go real far, so I would recommend at least getting 3 pounds if you are wanting to eat on tomatoes all week, and really this amount is easily eaten in less than a week actually. 

The large slicers are:

Big White, Spear's TN Green, Mexico Pink (some of the Mexico Pinks can weigh almost 2 pounds!), Red Parragon. The Big White and Spear's TN Green are pictured here below.

Sliced Spear's TN Green & Big White

The medium sized slicers are:

Manyel Yellow Golds, Aker's Plum Pink, and the larger Jaune Flamee cherry

The smaller cherry tomatoes are:

Jaune Flamee (varies from Orange to Red), and Green Grape Cherry

We also had our first picking of Maxibel Hericot Vert French Green Bean the other day. Try some of our great Fennel to make into a sauteed Fennel and Tomato Salad, or to incorporate into a Potato & Egg salad.  It is young and crunchy. The Canary Yellow Zinnias are all blooming in a row for a nice summer bouquet. The Corn is getting very close to being ready to pick, and I might would guess some ears could be ready by this weekend, so I am going to list below, but know that it might not be till next weekend really. The 93 day mark is not until August the 19th, but I think it is going to be ready before then.  Also, Malali Watermelons could start being ready by the Weekend, but it might not be till the next.  You can place an order for these, but knowing that they might not be harvestable until the next weekend. We are also going to have a lot of Dutch Crookneck Winter Squashes available, when the harvest time for these come around here in a couple of weeks. 

Fennel Maxibel French Beans

I have been working on starting seeds in trays and popping up the seedlings into larger transplantable cells here lately for fall crops and for overwintering crops that will be harvested in the late winter/early spring of 2014.  I am working with Violetta Italia Cauliflower seedlings here below.


Here below is what I have to offer...and how You go about Ordering and Picking up.

Produce items are limited and will be filled on a first order first serve basis. Pick-ups will be here on farm at The Rocket, which is at the gate down by the creek, after turning into the driveway.  If you will place your order, by either calling or e-mailing, by 7 am this Friday August the 9th, I will have your bulk order with your name on it in a cooler at the rocket starting at 5pm on Friday evening the 9th all through the rest of the weekend for you to be able to pick-up at your convenience. Please bring your own bag, sack, or basket to put your items in, unless you have been a regular in the past and I will continue to rotate your baskets that have your name on it. There is a cash tin in the rocket for you to either leave a check or cash.  Thanks.

Purple Sun Potatoes...Purple Skin & Golden Flesh     $2.75/lb

Satina Potatoes...Yellow Skin & Flesh                       $2.75/lb

Tomatoes... Mixed Variety or Requested Selection        $2.75/lb

Australian Brown Heirloom Onions                        $3.00/lb

Windy Wood Okra (limited)                                      $2.00/ 1/2 lb

Young Fennel di Ferenze Heirloom                          $3.00/Bunch

Maxibel Hericot Vert French Green Beans               $3.00/lb

Texas Honey June Corn (read above)                       $2.50/4 ears

Malali Watermelon (~10 lb variety) (read above)    $4.00/watermelon

Canary Yellow Zinnia Bouquet                                $3.00/Bunch

Genovese Basil Herb...order more than 

   you need and then dry for winter use      $2.50/1/4 lb or 4.00/1/2 lb 

Summer Savory Herb                                           $2.50/bunch

Greek Oregano Herb                                            $2.50/1/4 lb

Eggs                                                                      $5.00/Dozen


Allison Mills Neal 

6624 Leipers Creek Road; Columbia, TN 38401

allie@arugulasstarfarm.com

www.ArugulasStarFarm.com

931-682-3314

Posted 7/31/2013 2:25pm by Allison Mills Neal & Matthew Neal.

Genuine Organically Grown Produce Offerings for

Weekend of August 2nd

The tomatoes are really coming in here at Arugula's Star Farm, all colors shapes and sizes.  The cherry and small slicers are the ones that are ripening up first.  The larger varieties of Mexico,Big White, Spear's TN Green, and Red Parragon are taking longer to really start ripening up.  I have 54 tomato plants and this was the largest crop of any vegetable that I will have to offer this year, other than potatoes, and there are plenty to go around so please try some if you are out in the Leipers Creek Road area over the weekend. I harvested the last of the Cabbages yesterday, before cultirotating the Garden Field strip areas, for either cover cropping or fall planting of vegetable crops that will overwinter and offer an early spring harvest offering in 2014.  I will be talking more of this in the future as this is a small hint of the growings for next year!  Here are some tomato photos we have taken over this past week to stimulate your taste buds for some of our delicious, bright, joyful, and genuine tomatoes. The corn sure got to soak up the wonderful rain we have been having today and yesterday evening that has totaled 1.75 inches...a couple week countdown till harvest.

Here below is what I have to offer. Produce items are very limited and will be filled on a first order first serve basis. Pick-ups will be here on farm at The Rocket, which is at the gate down by the creek, after turning into the driveway.  If you will place your order, by either calling or e-mailing, by 7 am this Friday August the 2nd, I will have your bulk order with your name on it in a cooler at the rocket starting at 5pm on Friday evening the 2nd all through the rest of the weekend for you to be able to pick-up at your convenience. Please bring your own bag, sack, or basket to put your items in, unless you have been a regular in the past and I will continue to rotate your baskets that have your name on it. There is a cash tin in the rocket for you to either leave a check or cash.  Thanks.

Purple Sun Potatoes...Purple Skin & Golden Flesh     $2.75/lb

Satina Potatoes...Yellow Skin & Flesh                       $2.75/lb

Tomato Mixed Variety                                              $3.00/lb

Gold Princess Cippolini Heirloom Onions                  $2.75/lb

Windy Wood Heirloon Okra                                   $2.00/ 1/2 lb

Young Fennel di Ferenze Heirloom                          $3.00/Bunch

French Cour Di Bue Cone Head Heirloom Cabbage    $2.00/lb

Superschmelz Heirloom Kohlrabi                               $1.00/each

Genovese Basil Herb...order more than 

           you need and then dry for winter use      $2.50/1/4 lb or 4.00/1/2 lb  

Summer Savory Herb                                           $2.50/bunch

Greek Oregano Herb                                            $2.50/1/4 lb


Allison Mills Neal 

6624 Leipers Creek Road; Columbia, TN 38401

allie@arugulasstarfarm.com

www.ArugulasStarFarm.com

931-682-3314

Posted 7/24/2013 6:03pm by Allison Mills Neal & Matthew Neal.

Genuine Organically Grown Produce Offerings for

Weekend of July 26th

Good evening to all on this Wednesday. Just like predicted the tomatoes have started ripening, so we are harvesting and enjoying them greatly.  There are three varieties right now that are ripening first and they are the Jaune Flamee, Manyel Yellow Golds, and Spear's TN Green.  We have six more varieties that should start turning any day now, maybe even by Friday.  If and when you order tomato poundage you will receive a mixture of all the different varieties.  The onions have finally started dropping their green drying top leaves, so they are ready to start pulling out of the ground.  The Windy Wood Okra has started producing and we enjoyed our first Okra with some Cabbage the other night. We were thankful for the good rains we finally got on Sunday and Monday here, as we had not had any rain for over two weeks and yes I know this might sound suprising to all around whom have been getting lots of rain showers.  It seemed like the storm clouds would always either be to our North or South, so again I was thrilled to have the 1.5" of rain finally.   

I have also done an Arugula's Star Farm Kitchen Writing attributed to the wonderful Berries of the season, so to read this recipe just click here.


Here below is what I have to offer. Produce items are very limited and will be filled on a first order first serve basis. Pick-ups will be here on farm at The Rocket, which is at the gate down by the creek, after turning into the driveway.  If you will place your order, by either calling or e-mailing, by 7 am this Friday July the 26th, I will have your bulk order with your name on it in a cooler at the rocket starting at 5pm on Friday evening the 26th all through the rest of the weekend for you to be able to pick-up at your convenience. Please bring your own bag, sack, or basket to put your items in, unless you have been a regular in the past and I will continue to rotate your baskets that have your name on it. There is a cash tin in the rocket for you to either leave a check or cash.  Thanks.

Purple Sun Potatoes...Purple Skin & Golden Flesh     $3.00/lb

Satina Potatoes...Yellow Skin & Flesh                       $3.00/lb

Tomato Mixed Variety                                              $3.00/lb

Gold Princess Cippolini Heirloom Onions                   $2.75/lb

Windy Wood Heirloon Okra                                   $2.00/ 1/2 lb

Young Fennel di Ferenze Heirloom Fennel               $3.00/Bunch

Dark Green Zucchini                                                $2.75/lb

French Cour Di Bue Cone Head Heirloom Cabbage    $2.00/lb

Superschmelz Heirloom Kohlrabi                               $1.00/each

Genovese Basil Herb...order more than 

           you need and then dry for winter use      $2.50/1/4 lb or 4.00/1/2 lb  

Summer Savory Herb                                           $2.50/bunch

French Sorrel                                                       $2.50/1/4 lb

Poona Kheera Heirloom Cucumbers                      $2.75/lb

Greek Oregano Herb                                            $2.50/1/4 lb

Eggs (very very limited)                                         $5.00/dozen


Allison Mills Neal 

6624 Leipers Creek Road; Columbia, TN 38401

allie@arugulasstarfarm.com

www.ArugulasStarFarm.com

931-682-3314

Posted 7/17/2013 4:23pm by Allison Mills Neal & Matthew Neal.

Genuine Organically Grown Produce Offerings

For the July 19th Weekend from Arugula's Star Farm

Allison in the Texas Honey June Corn

We have about the same offerings as we did last week.  By next week though, I think we will start having some of our first tomatoes to offer.  I picked the first Jaune Flamee cherry tomato last night and it looks like there will start being a good amount of ripe tomatoes on the up and coming.  Our Texas Honey June corn variety is really performing and looking stellar thus far and I am really excited about this old type of open pollinated sweet corn.  Corn was a priority this year and this is the best corn plot we have grown at Arugula's Star Farm up to date, so I am encouraged about some good Genuine Organic corn crops in the future.  It started tasseling just a few days ago, which was after the pictures we took in the corn patch this past weekend.  Harvest date should be around August 19th so mark your calendars. The cucumbers are still the stars of our table, but  I will say the Spring/Summer French Cabbages have really headed up well this season and have been most adored. As the cabbages store well in cool refrigerators for a while, I would order a couple up to have on hand to use in slaws, salads, and cooked fixings, as I will not be able to keep them out in the field for much longer as the area needs to be turned in and planted with a fall cover crop. 

 

Here below is what I have to offer. Produce items are very limited and will be filled on a first order first serve basis. Pick-ups will be here on farm at The Rocket, which is at the gate down by the creek, after turning into the driveway.  If you will place your order, by either calling or e-mailing, by 7 am this Friday July the 19th, I will have your bulk order with your name on it in a cooler at the rocket starting at 5pm on Friday evening the 19th all through the rest of the weekend for you to be able to pick-up at your convenience. Please bring your own bag, sack, or basket to put your items in, unless you have been a regular in the past and I will continue to rotate your baskets that have your name on it. There is a cash tin in the rocket for you to either leave a check or cash.  Thanks.

Purple Sun Potatoes...Purple Skin & Golden Flesh     $3.00/lb

Satina Potatoes...Yellow Skin & Flesh                       $3.00/lb

Dark Green Zucchini                                               $2.75/lb

French Cour Di Bue Cone Head Heirloom Cabbage   $2.00/lb

Superschmelz Heirloom Kohlrabi                              $1.00/each

Genovese Basil Herb...order more than 

           you need and then dry for winter use    $2.50/1/4 lb or 4.00/1/2 lb  

Summer Savory Herb                                           $2.50/bunch

French Sorrel                                                       $2.50/1/4 lb

Poona Kheera Heirloom Cucumbers                      $2.75/lb

Greek Oregano Herb                                            $2.50/1/4 lb

Eggs (very very limited)                                        $5.00/dozen


Allison Mills Neal 

6624 Leipers Creek Road; Columbia, TN 38401

allie@arugulasstarfarm.com

www.ArugulasStarFarm.com

931-682-3314

Posted 7/10/2013 2:59pm by Allison Mills Neal & Matthew Neal.

Genuine Organically Grown Produce Offerings

For July 12th Weekend from Arugula's Star Farm

 

 

Here below is what I have to offer. Produce items are very limited and will be filled on a first order first serve basis. Pick-ups will be here on farm at The Rocket, which is at the gate down by the creek, after turning into the driveway.  If you will place your order, by either calling or e-mailing, by 7 am this Friday July the 12th, I will have your bulk order with your name on it in a cooler at the rocket starting at 5pm on Friday evening the 12th all through the rest of the weekend for you to be able to pick-up at your convenience. Please bring your own bag, sack, or basket to put your items in, unless you have been a regular in the past and I will continue to rotate your baskets that have your name on it. There is a cash tin in the rocket for you to either leave a check or cash.  Thanks.

The Poona Kheera Cucumbers are really in their prime right now and are so refreshing and crunchy for these warm days of summer, so I would highly recommend getting some pounds of this great variety of cucumbers.  I dug the Satina Potatoes this morning and out of a 100 foot row I got 147 pounds, so I am sure pleased with this great yield!  The potatoes really do have an excellent flavor and texture.  I always plant Flax in between the potato rows as a beneficial that is suppose to create a better tasting potato and the flax helps keep the unwanted potato bugs at bay. Research says that The Purple Suns are suppose to have higher levels of Vitamin C and Carotenoid antioxidant than other potatoes.   The Genovese Basil and Summer Savory are a must for any dish I make right now, as they are both so fragrant and good for you.

Purple Sun Potatoes...Purple Skin & Golden Flesh     $3.00/lb

Satina Potatoes...Yellow Skin & Flesh                       $3.00/lb

Dark Green Zucchini                                               $2.75/lb

French Cour Di Bue Cone Head Heirloom Cabbage   $2.00/lb

Superschmelz Heirloom Kohlrabi                              $1.00/each

Genovese Basil Herb...order more than 

           you need and then dry for winter use    $2.50/1/4 lb or 4.00/1/2 lb  

Summer Savory Herb                                           $2.50/bunch

French Sorrel                                                       $2.50/1/4 lb

Poona Kheera Heirloom Cucumbers                      $2.75/lb

Greek Oregano Herb                                            $2.50/1/4 lb

Eggs (very very limited)                                        $5.00/dozen

 

Allison Mills Neal 

6624 Leipers Creek Road; Columbia, TN 38401

allie@arugulasstarfarm.com

www.ArugulasStarFarm.com

931-682-3314

Posted 7/3/2013 5:56pm by Allison Mills Neal & Matthew Neal.

EXTRA EXTRA READ ALL ABOUT IT...

As I mentioned earlier in the year, the only time I would have any Genuine Organically Grown produce offerings would be when there was more out in the garden than we could consume.  Well, that time is here and now. 


Here below is what I have to offer. Produce items are very limited and will be filled on a first order first serve basis. Pick-ups will be here on farm at The Rocket, which is at the gate down by the creek, after turning into the driveway.  If you will place your order, by either calling or e-mailing, by 7 am this Friday July the 5th, I will have your bagged order with your name on it in a cooler at the rocket starting at 8 am on Saturday morning the 6th all through the rest of the weekend for you to be able to pick-up at your convenience. There will be a payment tin in the rocket for you to either leave a check or cash.  Thanks.

Purple Sun Potatoes                          $3.00/lb

Dark Green Zucchini                          $2.75/lb

Cour Di Bue Cone Head Cabbage        $2.00/lb

Superschmelz Kohlrabi                      $1.00/each

Mixed Kale Variety Bunch                   $3.00/Bunch

Genovese Basil Herb                         $2.50/1/4 lb or $4.00/1/2 lb

Summer Savory Herb                          $2.50/bunch

French Sorrel                                     $2.50/1/4 lb

Danver Orange & Yellowstone Carrots    $2.50/lb

Poona Kheera Cucumbers                    $2.75/lb

Greek Oregano Herb                            $2.50/1/4 lb

Eggs (very very limited)                      $5.00/dozen

 

     

Allison Mills Neal 

6624 Leipers Creek Road; Columbia, TN 38401

allie@arugulasstarfarm.com

www.ArugulasStarFarm.com

931-682-3314

Posted 6/27/2013 7:40pm by Allison Mills Neal & Matthew Neal.

Extra's Extra's...I have them here at Arugula's Star Farm

As I mentioned earlier in the year, the only time I would have any Genuine Organically Grown produce offerings would be when there was more out in the garden than we could consume.  Well, that time is here and now. 

Here below is what I have to offer. Produce items are very limited and will be filled on a first order first serve basis. Pick-ups will be here on farm at The Rocket, which is at the gate down by the creek, after turning into the driveway.  If you will place your order, by either calling or e-mailing, by 4 pm this Friday the 28th, I will have your bagged order with your name on it in a cooler at the rocket starting at 8 am on Saturday morning the 29th all through the rest of the weekend for you to be able to pick-up at your convenience. There will be a payment tin in the rocket for you to either leave a check or cash.  Thanks.

Purple Sun Potatoes                            $3.00/lb

Dark Green Zucchini                           $2.75/lb

Cour Di Bue Cabbage                          $2.00/lb

Superschmelz Kohlrabi                        $1.00/each

Mixed Kale Variety Bunch                    $3.00/Bunch

Genovese Basil Herb                            $2.50/1/4 lb

Summer Savory Herb                           $2.50/small bunch

French Sorrel                                       $2.50/ 1/4 lb

Danver Orange & Yellowstone Carrots   $2.50/ lb

Allison Mills Neal 

6624 Leipers Creek Road; Columbia, TN 38401

allie@arugulasstarfarm.com

www.ArugulasStarFarm.com

931-682-3314

Posted 3/24/2013 4:05pm by Allison Mills Neal & Matthew Neal.

A new Genuine ASF Kitchen Writing has been posted.  If you have been curious lately about Leek, the Allium vegetable, then this would be a good read.  The featured recipe is Leek, Garlic, and & Egg Tart.  Click here to enjoy!

Leek, Garlic, & Egg Tart The beauty of winter leeks

 Allison Mills Neal 

6624 Leipers Creek Road; Columbia, TN 38401

allie@arugulasstarfarm.com

www.ArugulasStarFarm.com

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