We're excited and feel incredibly honored to be the farmers from the neighborhood at North Scottsdale's Farmer's Market on Saturdays (7 am - 11 am).
This past Saturday was our first time to bring our organically (not yet certified) grown heirloom tomatoes, arugula, eggplant, red-cored carrots and cucumbers. We also brought dozens of our eggs from our chickens who don't do drugs.
Each week we'll show up with whatever it is that we have that is in season and just harvested fresh from the farm.
Right now, we are in between growing and harvesting seasons - at the end of one and just planting for the next so our market spot might not have baskets filled to overflowing but just the same we believe that so much of a farmer's market has to do with the people we connect to and the relationships and the trust that we build.
We've had a simply amazing season for our heirloom tomatoes and quite frankly we're sad to see it slow down - and yet, as we begin to summ-erize our plants and add our kelp and mycro concoction we are looking forward with great anticipation to a second wind of beautiful (ask Chef Becky from The Herb Box) luchious tomatoes. Brandywine, Black Krim, Green Zebra, Yellow Boy and more have graced the restaurants plates and filled others baskets - as well as our own family dinner table.
We hope you stop by and say hello and please, it'd honor us if you left a comment!