It's late November, and we're still harvesting! Yesterday up on the hill (the ground still slightly frozen even in the middle of the day) we harvested beets, kale, tat soi, and the last baby salad greens and arugula of the season. We also discovered some gorgeous parsley and a surprise stash of Brussels sprouts in our other fields. Down in the greenhouse, Joanne harvested micro greens and pea shoots which are so bright and vibrant (and spring-like) that we have to remind ourselves that it's actually early winter! We're bringing all of these vegetables -- plus loads of root crops, cabbages, and leeks to the Seacoast Eat Local Winter Farmers' Market in Rollinsford on Saturday.
|Pea Shoots in the greenhouse, late November|
Seacoast Eat Local hosts a series of indoor markets from November through April, alternating between 2 locations (Rollinsford and Exeter). Stout Oak Farm will be at the first three markets: November 22, December 6, and December 13, 10am -2pm. For all the winter market details, click here!