farm has produced a large bunch of red onions and the cabbage crop is looking promising groundnuts are doing well and the watermelon is looking great. the cabbage for seed is coming along nicely especially considering how wet this winter has been as we head into spring. volante farms beet hummus (photo courtesy of volante farms/ tara morris). row field farm summer food produce vegetable crop soil agriculture garden agricultural gardening growing plantation brassica. winter cole slaw. a-cabbage–farmtofork. flavorful and packed with protein a great meal or side to some grilled fish, shrimp or chicken if you have leftover cabbage and some extra shrimp, . garlic planting in november credit brittany lewis. pointed cabbage saturated beautiful purple red coloring good interior density sits high off the ground has a great protective wrap. red cabbages. brassica oleracea varieties in kaleyard, red cabbage, brussels sprouts and cauliflower plants in a row + cabbage butterfly. muliple sources thought that this could be boron deficiency or hollow heart, based on the picture of this red cabbage. we are raising red cabbage seed\u2026. having grown a number of cabbage in this year\u0027s garden i encountered a dilemma on how to pickle or preserve it for winter use i found naturally fermented . what is going on in the cabbage (and kale) patch – this week in the trial garden. silvery red cabbage leaves. i\u0027ve been on a bit of a homemade food jag lately, getting a little more adventurous with the offerings from the farm box i\u0027ve always been afraid to make . braised red cabbage. what\u0027s happening on the farm?. it is raining cabbages .
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