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First Nor’easter of the Year

October 15, 2009

asstd squashSeems like a perfect week to settle in with some piping hot vegetable soup. Maybe a creamy butternut squash bisque. A spicy chili. Or skip dinner and go right for the apple pie. Speaking of which, Friday is your last day to pre-register for our Apple Pie Baking Contest. Stop in, sign up, and pick up your apples. You might not be able to set it out to cool on the windowsill in this weather, but hey, it just needs to be ready by noon on Saturday.

In other end of season news, we are ready to start clearing some shelves. Trappist Preserves and Volante branded sauces, dressings, and mustards are one sale. Buy any two, get a third of equal or lesser value free. A great chance to stock up on your salsas, BBQ sauces, and pickles to get you through the long winter.

We have had a hard frost, so things will start to dwindle soon. We still have tons of broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, brussels sprouts, lettuce, carrots, and beets to pick though.

Oh, if it’s raining, don’t be afraid to come down to our place for pumpkin shopping. We have hundreds to choose from, many of them under glass in the greenhouse, warm and dry!little pumpkins

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