Thursday, October 29, 2015: Apples, winter squash, potatoes, and yes! the blog and website are back up! Prepare the return of INJUN SUMMER!

WE’RE BACK!!!

Hopefully, we won’t have more problems real soon with someone hacking into our blogs or website!

Today looks cloudy and cool with perhaps a few brief light showers.  Tomorrow looks to be a nicer day.  Next week looks like we will be blessed with another beautiful stretch of weather that the Native Americans told the first European settlers about and is commonly known as Injun Summer.  Some years Injun Summer only occurs once and lasts for only a day.  This year it looks to happen at least twice and last for at least a week the second time like it did the first time it occurred this year.

Beautiful Red Gold apples with golden, crisp, honey-sweet flesh.

Beautiful Red Gold apples with golden, crisp, honey-sweet flesh.

halfbushelsofwintersquashSPECIAL NOTE TO WIC PROJECT FRESH AND SENIOR MARKET FRESH CUSTOMERS:

All 2015 coupons will expire on Halloween (October 31)! We cannot accept coupons after this date. Look forward to seeing you today, Friday and Saturday! 

What we will be having today:

APPLES! Honeycrisp, Fuji, Jonagold, Northern Spy, Idared, Roman Beauty, Blushing Golden, Splendor, Calville Blanc, Jonalicious, Surprise, Red Gold, Northwest Greening, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Crispin/Mutsu, Snow, Cortland, Empire, Jonathan, Macoun, Hawaii, Kandil Sinap, Tolman Sweet, Ashmead’s Kernel, King David, and Senator. More apples will be harvested later this week including Blushing Golden and Fuji.

SPECIAL: Many apples are sold in larger quantities starting at $8 a 1/2 bushel.

SPECIAL: Honeycrisp are also sold in larger quantities starting at $10 a peck.

SPECIAL: Apple Variety Packs (with at least three different varieties) for $12.99 a peck. (We wrote a PDF booklet about all the fall and winter apples we grow. Check it out HERE.)

SunSugar cherry tomatoes by the pint

Green Bell Peppers by the pound

Jalapeno Peppers

Freshly dug Parsnips

Eggplant

Winter Squash: Acorn, butternut, buttercup, Heart of Gold, Blue Hubbard and Celebration.  SPECIAL: Select varieties are $7 a 1/2 bushel or $12 a bushel

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We still have a few Jack-O-Lantern type pumpkins including white and miniature pumpkins as well as gourds and corn shucks.

SPECIAL: Miniatures: 50 for $15 and White pumpkins 30 for $15.

Red Norland potatoes (red skin with white flesh)

SPECIAL: Red potatoes are $10 a 1/2 bushel or $18 a bushel (field run)

Yukon Gold potatoes (yellow skin with gold flesh).

Sweet and mild Riverside yellow sweet onions by the pound

Red onions by the pound

Fresh stiff-neck garlic

Find original gourd art and hand-carved birdhouses in our Arts and Craft Room.

Apple trees. SALE: they are currently $20 a pot

Other edible potted plants include: Blueberries, Fall and June bearing red raspberries, seeded and seedless grapes, rhubarb. SALE: All are now $8 each and rhubarb are $5 each.

SPECIAL NOTE TO SENIOR PROJECT FRESH, WIC PROJECT FRESH AND BRIDGE CARD (EBT Card) CUSTOMERS REGARDING PUMPKINS:

We strictly follow the guidelines put out by the officials of these helpful organizations.  This means we can only accept Senior Project Fresh or WIC Project Fresh coupons as well as EBT cards for pumpkins that are sold explicitly for food (Sugar/Pie Pumpkins).  While we do sell Giant Pumpkins and Jack-O-Lantern pumpkins, it is assumed these pumpkins will be used for decorations AND NOT FOR FOOD so we cannot accept payment for these decorative pumpkins with Senior Project Fresh or WIC Project Fresh coupons or the Bridge (EBT) Card.  For more details please contact the organizations from which you received the coupons or EBT card.  Thank you.

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