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July 5th update on pick your own

Posted 7/5/2011 10:36pm by Sam Bellamy.

The blueberry field is open Wednesday (July 6th )  8am to 11am. It will be open Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The grass in the field is a little tall in places. If we get more berries picked off we might be able to mow without knocking fruit off the bushes.

Now is a great time for homemade ice cream. We have some very good deals on peaches by the box.

If you like watermelons you might like to make a watermelon ice cream.

Recipe (#408996) from One Million Recipes, Desserts



Dry milk - enough to make 1/2 gallon

1/4 average size watermelon

10 egg whites or 2 cartons egg


2 tsp. vanilla

1/4 tsp. salt

Water - if needed

2 c. sugar


Remove seeds from watermelon and dice. The put into blender or food processor until pureed. Add watermelon juice to dry milk and sugar. Add vanilla, salt and egg whites. Then add enough water to fill to 4 quarts. Freeze in 4 quart freezer.

You may want to check with One Million Recipes for more information.

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Spring is Coming! 

We're excited about the changing season as we plant more lettuce, seed trays with warmer season crops, transplant tiny tomato plants into larger trays and protect the earliest strawberry blossoms from frost. 

We've harvesting a rainbow of crops from bright red radishes and dark green spinach to carrots and colorful chard. 

I've already seen a few red strawberries and can't wait for Spring to arrive with buckets of juicy berries!

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