I had posted these photos on Facebook and am reposting them here…well, because not everyone partakes of FB.
Here are some photos from yesterday’s harvest:
The largest potato I have EVER harvested!!!
I could live off of this Kennebec potato for a week. Wait. Who am I kidding? I’d eat it all in one sitting, luscious baked potato with diced onion, shredded cheese and sour cream. I’m an eater. I’d eat the whole dang thing.
Just love the vibrant colors!!!! They taste good, too.
First corn harvest
Tomorrow, PTHF will be at Warm Hearth Village (Blacksburg) with a variety of head and loose leaf lettuces, cabbages, beets, onions, kales, Swiss chards, spinach, and hothouse tomatoes, apples, peaches and blueberries from our friends at Chestnut Ridge Farm (Max Meadows).
We’ll start at the Karr activity center from 4-5 then we will move to the main Village Center and be setup up from 5:15 (we’ll do our best to be there on time this week) until 6:30.
Rain or shine. Remember, we are able to accept SNAP/EBT benefits. See you there!
Another damp and foggy harvest morning as we get going for today’s market in Pulaski. It is ‘Back to School Night’ for Pulaski county – hard to believe it is that time already. There still will be food and fun plus our loyal customer, Janet Jonas, as the featured artist! We look forward to seeing you there.
We had a lovely night at the Pulaski market yesterday. Great music by the “Dancing Chicken Band” and delicious food from the Food City chefs and Bull and Bones restaurant. Here was our setup (a rare photo before shoppers):
Pulaski Aug 13th
I love all of the different colors and textures. Many thanks to our friends at the market who help empty the table! We love visiting with y’all. It was also very nice to have Jordan able to come out and keep me and other vendors company. Such a fun place!