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What a year?

We are sorry for not keeping in touch with you this year like we had planned. It's a year for the ages. A near record drought and more worked than we could ever ask for. We've been busy keeping all the veggies alive and watered for you to enjoy throughout the year.


But enough of the bad news. Let's get to the good news. We're nearly done planting most of our transplants, tomatoes, watermelon and cantaloupe are flowering. And as I'm typing this it's raining, with more in the forecast.


How about we give you another recipe? This time carrots that are glazed, we have personally made this recipe over the winter for Christmas. It was amazing.


What you'll need:

2# carrots cut into sticks and peeled

1/4 C butter

1/4 C packed brown sugar

1/4 tsp salt

1/8 tsp pepper (white is preferred)


How to cook:

Place carrots in pan pour enough water to cover carrots 1" deep. Bring to boil, reduce heat and boil for 8-10 minutes. Drain and transfer to a bowl.

Melt butter, stir in brown sugar, salt and pepper until dissolved. Transfer carrots into brown sugar sauce. Cook and stir until glazed, about 5 minutes.

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