They are one of my favorites and there are lots of ways to eat them. Of course there is the go-to fried approach. But they are also great in cakes, pies, relishes and my favorite, sautéed with onion and garlic and served over rice, with an egg or two. Admittedly, I haven’t tried the cake recipe, but it comes highly recommended on the internet, and one day, I will get around to it. They can also be ripened indoors, on a sunny window sill or wrapped in newspaper in a cool dark place and checked regularly, but the flavor isn’t quite the same. I prefer to enjoy them as the tangy delights that they are.
The potluck date has been set! Sunday, November 9th, from 3-6 pm. There will be a farm tour from 3-4pm followed by a potluck from 4-6!
What to bring: Some food or drink that you enjoy and a plate or bowl to enjoy it on! Silverware provided!
Who to bring: Yourself, your family, and friends!
Please RSVP by sending me an email (whistlingwolffarm-at-gmail) and I will send you the address!
That’s it for now folks!