Pick up some herbs at the market next week and make your own natural rooms scents!
Find the directions here ~
We are so lucky we have the beautiful selection of food to choose from. So proud of our own Maggie Doyne from Mendham and all she has done to feed and educate so many children.
A day of galettes from Country Gourmet Desserts.
Pick up your favorite next Saturday.
Compost Bin made out of pallets- an easy project for the end of Summer or this Fall
It’s one thing to voice support for farmers. But farmers don’t get actual support without people putting dollars where their mouths are.
The “I’m good for 20″ campaign aims to inspire people to dedicate a portion of their food spending to a direct source for local, fresh food.
People make this commitment to themselves and in return, are rewarded the bounty of their purchases. Any person who displays the “I’m good for 20″ logo, has taken the Oath of Nourishment:
I [state your name]
do hereby promise,
as long as I need food to survive,
to allocate at least $20
of my weekly grocery spending
to a direct-to-customer source,
such as a farm stand, farmer’s market, or CSA.
One of theses might be fun to try if you picked up an organic watermelon on Saturday from Poplarwood Farm at the Mendham Farmers’ Market.
Poplarwood Farm organic cherry tomatoes… Just pop one in your mouth and enjoy
Thank you rain for stopping just in time for the Farmers’ Market today :)
Freeze & Preserve Fresh Herbs in Olive Oil
1. Choose fresh herbs from the market or your own garden.
2. You can chop them well, or leave on branches and leaves. In the photo, the herbs are finely chopped.
3. Place on trays of ice cubes (about 2/3 full of herbs).
4. You can mix herbs (sage, thyme, rosemary).
5. Place extra virgin olive oil or unsalted melted butter over the herbs.
6. Cover with plastic and freeze.
7. Remove frozen cubes and store in small containers or bags to freeze.
8. Do not forget to label each container or bag with the type of herbs (and oil) inside!
9. Use in baked goods, baked potatoes, etc.