My grandmother use to make this for the hay crews at the noon dinnner. It is simple and so refreshing on a hot day.
Take a cucumber, peeled or unpeeled, and slice into rings. Thinly slice a small onion. Put these ingredients into a bowl and cover with cold water. Add vinegar to taste. Add black pepper to taste and dash of salt if you wish. Refrigerate for a few hours (or overnight) before serving.
Hey wasn’t that a hit song? If you missed Salmon Creek last week, you missed a very special surprise from Ute. She was handing out samples of her baked currant dessert. What a treat!!! I’m a little late telling you guys what’s going on at Legacy but at least I can catch you up on what we’ll be bringing to Salmon Creek. Itailia will have her fava beans and squash. Chris and Jean will be bringing Marketmore slicing cucumbers, Deloris has Napa cabbage, Kohlrabi, tomatoes, fresh Elephant Garlic, snow peas. I’ll be bringing eggs, lettuce, Dun peas, maybe more blueberries and Marion berries. Terri flew the coop and is taking a rested week off. I’m sure there are going to be more hidden surprises showing up at our booth, so hopefully you can make it down or over and see what we have. By the way, check out Deloris’s field that she put up on BBC Facebook page. What a hard working women.
Chris live in the Fruit Valley neighborhood and has been with BBC since 2011. She is a huge contributor with many different types lettuces, potatoes and beans. She has worked very hard on making our tables very beautiful at the market. We have new designs on laying out our products with a new BBC sign. She is also instrumental in making flyers and brochures for our customers.
Although Kelly Baur grew up spending every August at her family’s farm for pear harvest, she planted her first garden just last year. She grew everything from potatoes to jalapeños and even had a few watermelons.
Warren Neth began gardening at an early age, specializing in harvesting (i.e. gobbling up) fresh fruit from his family’s small orchard. Warren’s grandmother was a true believer in edible landscaping, cultivating a muriad of fruits, veggies, and herbs and regularly treating her family … Continue reading →