Harvest Notes for September 3rd

If you were concerned about the long, conical peppers in this week’s share, they are Hungarian Frying Peppers, which are like a stay-crisper version of the sweet bell peppers, and not the same as the small-but-powerful jalapenos and cayenne peppers.

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It’s truly tomato season!  We will get both large Tomatoes and Cherry Tomatoes this week.  Plus the farmers tell us to expect Cilantro, GarlicOnion, and Peppers – both Red and Green sweet peppers, and Hot Peppers.  We know that many people will be making salsa this week!  It’s a great condiment when chopped finely or chop more coarsely to make a type of chopped salad.  We should also receive Beets or Broccoli, which can become great do-ahead salads for a sticky summer Saturday.

A refreshing salad from sweet peppers (the recipe uses mini ones, you can just cut large ones into slivers) from http://natashaskitchen.com/ can be made ahead and served whenever.

This refreshing salad of sweet peppers (the recipe uses mini ones, you can cut large ones into slivers) from http://natashaskitchen.com/ can be made ahead and served whenever.

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