lloyd May 17, 2018 Uncategorized 0 Comments Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related Tags: avalon_farms, instagram, marketatdothan, marketfarming, science, sustainable, sustainablemarketfarming Continue Reading Previous PostAt last week’s farmer’s market, I had a lot of people asking how to cut up a patty pan squash. Here’s how I do it. 😀 The thickness of the slices depends on how you want to cook it. Half inch slices, oiled and seasoned with salt/pepper, then baked in the oven are great. (A little parmesan sprinkled on top is even better.) …OR… Small cubes pan fried in butter or bacon grease are awesome! Don’t be scared to try these beauties the next time you see them. Remember, it’s just another tasty summer squash! Check out our website at www.avalonfarms.us for where to get them. #sustainablemarketfarmingNext PostBoy, it’s a good thing we got those onions and garlic out of the field! This blew up in a few minutes, and is heading straight for us. Gusts up to 60. Hang on, tomatoes and squash plants! #auntieem! You Might Also Like These Red Russian kale are really showing their colors with these cold nights! January 17, 2019 Integrated pest management (IPM) at it’s finest. Carnivorous insect inside the netting on our aquaponic beds of basil. August 19, 2018 Time to move the pasture raised chickens to fresh pasture! If you’ve ever had to move @premier1supplies electric fence netting, you know it can turn into a tangled mess if you’re not careful. A garden cart and a little creative tinkering with PVC can make an aggravating job a breeze. Two sections (330 feet) of fence fit on a cart, and can be easily moved right where you need it. December 18, 2019 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.