Rome Beauty, Newtown (Pippin), & Yellow Delicious Apples
Candystore Corn (Large Super sweet Corn Great for Freezing, Fresh eating etc.
(This is our 4 th patch of 6)
Cucumbers: Pickling, Slicers, & Lemon
Zucchini & Yellow Summer Squash
Tomatoes: Beefsteak, Roma, & Cherry
Peppers : Bell & Hot (We have them Mild to Wild)
Winter Squash: Acorn, Delicata, Spaghetti, Butternut, Kabocha, & Buttercup
(These are picked and in the sales area)
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A demonstration and hands-on class will be taught by Master Food Preserver, Ed Hoffman, on Saturday, October 8, 2016. There will be 2 sessions. The first from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., and the second from 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Ed will demonstrate how to make sauerkraut, and tell us all we need to know about the process. Printed recipes and instructions will be provided. The demonstration is free of charge.
At the hands-on portion of the “Sauerkraut Extravaganza!” classes, Ed and other MFPs will assist us as we make a 5# batch of sauerkraut in a 1-gallon jar. The cost for the hands-on class is $8.00 per 5# batch. We will provide the cabbage and canning salt. You must bring a 1-gallon glass jar. Plastic containers are acceptable as long as they are food-grade, and have a wide mouth opening. A limited supply of new 1-gallon glass jars are available for sale for $7.50 each. Space is limited, so please register and pay for the class soon. We have a sign-up sheet at the Farm. Call the Farm, 541-672-2745, or email us if you have questions.
On the day of our “Sauerkraut Extravaganza!”. October 8, 2016, we will also have 5# bags of shredded cabbage available for purchase for $8.00 per bag. Please let us know if you are interested in ordering bags of shredded cabbage so that we will have enough prepared that day.
Due to Norm’s continuing chronic back issues, we are completely relying on Norm’s brother, Ray, to care for and harvest this crop. We decided not to further burden Ray with a separate harvest, and the necessity of taking these hazelnuts to the dryer in the Eugene area, in order to sell them here at the Farm.
However, knowing that this will be a disappointment to many of our customers, we have decided to allow U-Pick hazelnuts prior to our normal harvest. While Ray is harvesting the orchard, we cannot allow U-Pick due to safety concerns.
The Hazelnuts are beginning to fall at this time. If you are interested, please stop at the house, and we will show you on our Farm map where you can pick. Hazelnuts fall to the ground, you won’t pick them from the tree. And now that the nuts are falling onto the ground, we cannot allow cars into the Hazelnut orchards. We will show you where you can park.