||The large red,orange,yellow,or pink globe nestled at the top of the box. These are heirloom tomatoes (organic) given to us by our past apprentice, Paul Bucciaglia, at Fort Hill Farm - he had a surplus!! Do not refrigerate. Eat and enjoy!
||The big bunch of light green leaves with purple stems at the top of the box.
||The small bunch of light green leaves near the top of the box
||One head of "batavian" summer lettuce - this lettuce is a bit more hearty (and bitter) than butterhead, but it holds up well in the summer heat.
||The bunch of stemmy leaves with hairy pods attached. These are edible soybeans (edamame). Check our newsletter for more info on how to use these.
||Fresh dug and sweet. Our summer crop is huge and available in bulk now.
||They are varying in shape and color this week, but ALL PEPPERS IN THE BOX ARE SWEET (not hot). If they aren't fully red, yellow, etc - leave them out of the fridge for a day or two and they will ripen nicely.
||Finally, some more of our summer crop has ripened. These heads vary in size and shape but they are all fresh-picked and delicious
||The purple roots (loose) at the bottom of the box
The big tan round melon at the bottom of the box. Last of the season :(
||This week - "celestial" - (all white) - Fresh picked - eat it immediately (or keep refrigerated)