Vegetable Selection

A sample of the fresh-picked vegetables available in summer!

Leaf Lettuce – June
A basic by itself or as the start of a fabulous mixed salad.

Green Onions – June
Delicious, mild-flavor is ideal for salads, stir-fries, soups, omelettes and onion pancakes.

Radishes – June
Crisp, tender and delicious in salads or as part of a fabulous veggie tray!

Corn – June
The all time summer favorite! Excellent for fresh eating (boiled or roasted), freezing or canning.
Tomatoes – June
Fabulous slicers for fresh eating on sandwiches, in salads or as a side dish on it own!
New Potatoes – July
Tender, flavorful. Perfect for boiling in the jackets.

Green Beans – July
Delicious fresh, cooked or for canning and freezing to enjoy later!

Carrots – July
Tasty and richly colored, eat fresh or excellent for winter storage.

Cucumbers – July
Eat fresh or pickle for now and later!

Cabbage – July
Perfect for cole slaw, in salads or cooked in a variety of flavorful recipes.

Grilling Peppers – July
Excellent for grilling, frying and for salads. Delicious in sausage and pepper sandwiches.

Zucchini – July
Popular for baking and excellent served fresh or in stir-fries

Sweet Candy Onions – July
Sweetest onions this side of heaven. Great for cooking, sliced on burgers, etc.

Summer Squash – July
Serve fresh as an appetizer, in salads or stir-fry

Kohlrabi – July
Excellent for cooking or raw with dips.

Eggplant – August
Delicious grilled, fried baked, stir-fried or for tempura.
Green Bell Peppers
Red Bell Peppers – August
Dark green ripen to a bright red color.  Tender, sweet and juicy for use in salads, sauces or stir-fry.
Red Onions – August
Good flavor for cooking or added to salads and sandwiches.

Jalapeno Peppers – August
Ideal for salsas, dips, cheese dishes and corn bread. Also great for pickling and nacho rings.

Cayenne Peppers – August
Slender, hot peppers excellent for pickling, canning and drying.  The dried flakes may be sprinkled on chiles, salsa and other dishes.

Serrano Peppers – August
Ideal for drying and sprinkling on foods. Perfect for adding to chile sauce and salsa or for making hot pepper vinegar and pickles.