Archive for September 2nd, 2016

The Store–CSA Pick Up Day

I happy to report that Elizabeth and I have decided to order some MUSHROOMS for The Store this upcoming week–and will also bag some Red Norland Potatoes for our meat and potato fans–

The Store will have Fresh Express Spinach and Sweet Lettuce Mix, LOTS OF FRUITwhich is now in season:  MT Italian Prunes, UT Peaches and Pears, WA Tsugaru apples (Honey Crisp/Golden), RIVERTON Raspberries— and the usual organic bananas, avocados, blueberries and blackberries, green seedless grapes.

A new addition for this week is Pineapple!

We are doing a fresh picking of the Orange Crisp, Butterball, and Mini-Watermelons…will have some Heirloom Crimson Sweets for sale, too.  (They are averaging 20#–great addition for any family picnic or gathering!)

Athena Cantaloupe, French Cantaloupe, and Sugar Cubes from $2.00 to $2.50. Brand new variety of Honey Dew–Full Moon.  (Full Moon is green fleshed and juicy!  Probably the best Honey Dew around–next to the Snow Leopard!)

We have 4 more Pick Up’s in this 2016 season–if you haven’t used up your voucher for the lettuce and fruit–get it done!

The Farmer’s Wife

 

UTAH PEACHES–more to come!

THIS…JUST IN FROM KAREN FETTIG —

“Peaches———- TONS of peaches!!!!!

Peaches $31.00 33#

Nectarines 22# box for 25.00

Green Bartlett pears 38# $31.00

Red Bartlett pears 38#$31.00

Gala Apples 38# $31.00

Honey crisp Apples 38# $65.00

Beefsteak tomatoes 24# $24.00

Roma 24# $24.00

Tart cherries 30lb Sugared only $37.00
For all of you who are hoping for more peaches here we are.

You must text or email me your contact information.
307-272-8194
wyorose689@gmail.com

Delivery is scheduled for the week of the 13th.”

This is excellent Fruit–It comes direct from Fower’s Orchard, no middle man, fresh and right off the tree-Take advantage for your canning and drying needs…I guarantee if you buy a box of peaches you will eat them up all by yourself!  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and evening snacks…cut in half and eaten fresh, cooked into a upside down cake, canned for winter time enjoyment, sliced and frozen, or dehydrated.  Peaches are easy to can, and so are pears…no need to heat or boil with syrup…syrup can be poured over the top of the fresh packed fruit and then sealed following the directions for lids.

We do not have the cooler space to order multiple cases and hold them–get them direct from Karen…better price!

The Farmer’s Wife

Farmer’s Market Tomorrow

We will be at Farmer’s Market tomorrow with MELONS!

Watermelons— Mini, Orange Crisp, Butterball (Yellow), and the Heirloom Crimson Sweets–$3.50 to $11.00

Cantaloupe--Athena and the Individual sized Sugar Cubes (very sweet)–$2.00 to $2.50

Honey Dew–Full Moon….NEW THIS WEEK!  Green flesh and very sweet– and also the Snow Leopard…white flesh with spotted skin..$2.50 for most

Worland Pioneer Square, near the alley next to the Bread Lady.  8:00 to 11:30 a.m.

Come and BUY!  all vine-ripened and organically raised–

The Farmer’s Wife