Category Archives: Farm News

July 10, 2017 Good Food is for the Moment

I know of no pursuit in which more real and important services can be rendered to any country than by improving its agriculture, its breed of useful animals, and other branches of a husbandman’s cares.
Dear Friends,
     Sometimes it’s good to go back through photos especially if you’re being tested like we are with this heat spell.  Sure makes getting things covered harder
     But good food is for the moment, so I hope you all make something for your pallet to linger over and enjoy.  And share!
Stephenie
Founder and resident farmer
1988
DELIVERY ITEMS FOR THE WEEK OF July 10th, 2017
*Please note that some substitutions may apply from time to time
Large
Medium
Juicing
Petite
Fruit Only
Vidalia sweet onions
Sprouts
Nectarines
Sprouts
Kumquats
Sprouts
Lettuce
Kumquats
Mini bouquet
Nectarines
Lettuce
Flowers
Bananas
Lettuce
Bananas
Flowers
Beans or summer squash
Sprouts
Beans or summer squash
Pineapple
Beans or summer squash
Avocado
Pineapple
Scallion
Mangos
Avocado
Scallion
Mangos
Vidalia sweet onions
Tomatoes on the vine
Scallion
Kale
Lettuce
Genovese Basil
Red pears
Kale
Vidalia sweet onions
Kale
Tomatoes on the vine
Cherries
Genovese Basil
Tomatoes on the vine
Salad Mix
Purple or green beans or squash
Cameo apples
Tomatoes on the vine
Cameo apples
Red pears
Salad Mix
Black grapes
Red pears
Purple or green beans or squash
Cameo apples
Cameo apples
Salad Mix
Black grapes
Purple or green beans or squash
Red pears
Baby peeled carrots
Salad Mix
Cherries
Cherries
Black grapes
Black grapes
Baby peeled carrots
Baby peeled carrots


Take a stroll through our Facebook page for links to recipes using some of this week’s ingredients.
Shop our Green Store for other healthy products.
Do you have a friend or neighbor looking to make better food choices?  Recommend Seabreeze, and for every new member you refer, you’ll both receive a $10 Green store credit.
Thank you so much to all of our loyal supporters.  We sincerely hope we have helped your health and well-being with our food and brightened your day with our flowers.
Enjoy in good health,
Stephenie

July 3, 2017 Let Freedom Ring

“A farm includes the passion of the farmer’s heart, the interest of the farm’s customers, the biological activity in the soil, the pleasantness of the air about the farm — it’s everything touching, emanating from, and supplying that piece of landscape. A farm is virtually a living organism. The tragedy of our time is that cultural philosophies and market realities are squeezing life’s vitality out of most farms. And that is why the average farmer is now 60 years old. Serfdom just doesn’t attract the best and brightest.”
Joel Salatin
Dear Friends,
     It was with great sadness we read about the closing of Suzie’s Farm this last week. Their last public farm visit was yesterday.   I know first hand of the demands, the joys and the sorrow of running a family farm. Every time a farm closes in San Diego, it is a loss that cannot be reclaimed.  The escalating expenses, the physical work, public expectations and the never ending chores and repairs somehow are off-set by the satisfaction of knowing we’re providing not only good product, nature habitat and animal husbandry but providing a psychological boost to people thinking there are still real farms and people not giving in to our present day food systems.  We at Seabreeze are no different than the remaining family farms in San Diego county.  We all share the same challenges that can only be met with the support of our community and that translates into customers.  To our existing loyal CSA shareholders, we thank you.  To those that know of us, let me reach out to you and although cooking and eating at home may not be within the ability of your life style, there are ways you can help.  Number one is to purchase a share that we then give to our local military families in need.  It’s not a huge expense to some and to the recipients, it’s priceless.  We currently have under 10 people donating to this cause and the need is great.  Please feel free to call or email me if you have any questions about this service or if you’re able to participate.  Let’s all step up to keeping our farms and appreciation of our service people, especially with tomorrow being the 4th of July.  Let’s celebrate together knowing we have strong protective military forces and hopefully thriving and productive farms for our community.
  Most humbly,
Stephenie
DELIVERY ITEMS FOR THE WEEK OF July 3rd, 2017
*Please note that some substitutions may apply from time to time
Large
Medium
Juicing
Petite
Fruit Only
Avocado
Avocado
Bananas
Sprouts
Avocado
Sprouts
Sprouts
Sprouts
Mini bouquet
Bananas
Lettuce
Lettuce
Lettuce
Lettuce
Baby broccoli
Green or red cabbage
Green or red cabbage
Baby broccoli
Green or red cabbage
Peaches
Flowers
Flowers
Kale
Beans or summer squash
Green grapes
Beans or summer squash
Beans or summer squash
Baby celery
Scallion
Cherries
Baby broccoli
Scallion
Salad Mix
Chives
Black plums
Scallion
Chives
Green grapes
Baby celery
Chives
Baby celery
Peaches
Purple or green beans or squash
Baby celery
Purple or green beans or squash
Black plums
Salad Mix
Black plums
Salad Mix
Baby peeled carrots
Purple or green beans or squash
Green grapes
Salad Mix
Cherries
Green grapes
Black plums
Cherries


Take a stroll through our Facebook page for links to recipes using some of this week’s ingredients.
Shop our Green Store for other healthy products.
Do you have a friend or neighbor looking to make better food choices?  Recommend Seabreeze, and for every new member you refer, you’ll both receive a $10 Green store credit.
Thank you so much to all of our loyal supporters.  We sincerely hope we have helped your health and well-being with our food and brightened your day with our flowers.
Enjoy in good health,
Stephenie

June 26, 2017 Military Families and Fourth of July

As we celebrate our nation’s freedom, we honor the courageous men and women dedicated to preserving it.
-Unknown
Dear Friends,
     We here in San Diego are fortunate with our place on this planet and for the men and women in uniform that serve and live here.  Their families are included in their service and duties.  Several years ago it came to our attention that especially the young families could use ingredients and instruction for keeping them well fed with fresh and nutritious foods and sometimes the expense left them without good choices.  That’s when we asked that if you could, when on vacation, to donate your CSA share to them.  Many of you have been quite generous, and several have on-going donations.  We all thank you.  And, the need is still here. I received these two emails just last week and am asking those of you that can, to pickup a share or two of produce for them that will be most appreciated.  Angel is the young military wife and mother of two that is distributing to families that can use it. Here are their notes:
‘Angel B. recently told me about your hungry heroes program. As a military wife who works full time so we can afford to eat healthier, it would be such an amazing blessing to be considered for becoming a member of this program. We live up in San Onofre housing (near San Clemente) and currently around half of my income goes to feeding our household. I would be willing to help with delivering produce if it is on a weekend, as I work weekdays and it’s quite a trek down to your farm from our house.
I can’t tell you how wonderful this program idea is. I don’t attend many of the food giveaways because most of the food donated is processed, and/or expired, and most of the giveaways are at set times on weekday mornings. You are doing a truly wonderful thing.
Many Thanks,
E. B.’
And,:

‘My name is Kinsey and I was given your email from Angel. I have reserved a donation bag for next week and hopefully would love to become a part of your program in the future! I’ve seen the beautiful produce that Angel has taken pictures of and my family and I would be extremely grateful! Thank you for what you are doing for the Military, it is a extremely kind! ‘
Last week we had 7 donations.  Let’s make it 20 real soon and more from there!  Military Family Donation
     We all have felt bad if we aren’t able to use all our veggies in the frig and here’s somewhat of a ‘catch-all’ recipe I find useful for busy days.  All of these ingredients can be substituted by items you have on hand:
Mustard Butter Pasta with Broccoli
    from The Tassajara Recipe Book
“This has become our standard summertime pasta, with a flavor as bright as the colors.  The pasta and vegetables cook together before being tossed in the mustard butter.  The recipe is adaptable to a wide range of vegetables:
A little edited:
1/2 c butter or ghee (may be part olive oil)
2-4 T Dijon mustard or your favorite
2 cloves garlic
2 T parsley, well minced
2 T chives, finely sliced, or green onion, sliced and minced
salt and pepper
1 T oil
2 Cups broccoli, cut into small flowerets (see below for variations)
3/4 lb pasta, fettucine or linguine
Set out the butter early to soften up.  When it’s soft, blend in the mustard. Add the parsley, chives, a little ground pepper and continue mixing for a short while to release their flavors.
Use a large pot to boil a generous amount of water with a teaspoon of salt.
Fan the pasta into the boiling water.  If you are using fresh pasta, add the broccoli at the same time.  When using dried pasta, add the broccoli (and/or alternatives) the last few of minutes cooking.
As soon as they are done, scoop out the pasta and the vegetable with an oval strainer.  Put the pasta and broccoli in skillet, allowing a little water to dribble in.
Add the prepared butter, and over moderate heat, toss the pasta with tongs until is evenly coated.  Keep the heat low enough that the butter does not bubble or fry- that will change the flavor.
Check the seasoning and add salt and pepper if necessary. ‘
Substitutes or additions may be cauliflower, carrots, zucchini, cherry tomatoes, or peas to name a few.
      I’m sure some of you have heard of making cosmetics and soaps from goat’s milk.  If some of you want to try your hand at it (easy), I’ll discount larger amounts for you.  Still sweet and delicious as ‘Pet Food’.
     Here a link to good ideas:  Recipes for Goat’s Milk Cosmetics
      Elsa’s milk, is available with your delivery through the Green Store.
     We still have wonderful honey available too:
                           Fresh Local Honey
      I’m so grateful to the volunteers we worked shoulder to shoulder with this last week.  It makes a huge difference!  Thank you.
    Happy cooking to all.
DELIVERY ITEMS FOR THE WEEK OF June 26th, 2017
*Please note that some substitutions may apply from time to time
Large
Medium
Juicing
Petite
Fruit Only
Jewel yams
Bananas
Blueberries
Sprouts
Pears
Bananas
Sprouts
Bananas
Red bell peppers
Bananas
Sprouts
Red bell peppers
Sprouts
Mini bouquet
Grape tomatoes
Red bell peppers
Lettuce
Pears
Lettuce
Cantaloupe or peaches
Lettuce
Flowers
Lettuce
Blueberries
Blueberries
Grape tomatoes
Cantaloupe or peaches
Ginger
Bok choi or kale
Avocado
Flowers
Blueberries
Cantaloupe or peaches
Sweet vidalia onions
Peaches
Blueberries
Avocado
Kale
Purple or green beans or squash
Green grapes
Avocado
Bok choi or kale
Bok choi or kale
Salad Mix
Bok choi or kale
Sweet vidalia onions
Peaches
Sweet vidalia onions
Jewel yams
Green grapes
Peaches
Purple or green beans or squash
Baby peeled carrots
Purple or green beans or squash
Salad Mix
Salad Mix
Green grapes
Green grapes


Take a stroll through our Facebook page for links to recipes using some of this week’s ingredients.
Shop our Green Store for other healthy products.
Do you have a friend or neighbor looking to make better food choices?  Recommend Seabreeze, and for every new member you refer, you’ll both receive a $10 Green store credit.
Thank you so much to all of our loyal supporters.  We sincerely hope we have helped your health and well-being with our food and brightened your day with our flowers.
Enjoy in good health,
Stephenie

June 19, 2017 What’s goat’s milk got to do with Summer Solstice?

If goats had a word for delicious, it would have two meanings. The first would be: I like this. The second would be: This is what my body needs. For goats, they are the same thing.”
Dear Friends,
     Yes, I know.  These are not goats.  But they are our baby turkeys from a few years ago and it’s a cute photo.
     Thank you for the notes and comments this past week on the Elsa (goat) milk you bought from us for your pets.  Yes, it is sweet and delicious and we have more in the freezers.  One reason suggested is that there isn’t, nor has been, a male (stinky) goat ever here.   She is half Nubian and half Alpine, both heavy producers, but it was a huge surprise to us when she started producing small amounts a few years ago.    We even called the vet to come  check her out at first and he thought it was an infection.  But it turns out, that as female goats mature, so do their hormones, and hers kicked in to do what her genes said to do – produce milk!
     But this year!  Those pesky hormones kicked into high gear and poor Kendall, my husband, who takes care of them, is sometimes having to milk her twice a day.  Like he doesn’t have better things to do.  We’ve been advised to cut back her grains (higher in protein then alfalfa) to lessen the production but I’m betting on the turn of the season this week (Summer Solstice) and shorter days to turn the spigots down.
     I’m sure some of you have heard of making cosmetics and soaps from goat’s milk.  If some of you want to try your hand at it (easy), I’ll discount larger amounts for you.
     Here a link to good ideas:  Recipes for Goat’s Milk Cosmetics
      Elsa’s milk, is available with your delivery through the Green Store.
One of your ingredients this week might be the young fennel.
 This is a good one:      Yummy Fennel
     We still have wonderful honey available too:
                           Fresh Local Honey
 And much appreciation to the people that volunteer especially when they say it was their enrichment.  How nice.  Thank you.
    Happy cooking to all.
DELIVERY ITEMS FOR THE WEEK OF June 19th, 2017
*Please note that some substitutions may apply from time to time
Large
Medium
Juicing
Petite
Fruit Only
Bananas
Avocado
Mangos
Sprouts
Mangos
Sprouts
Bananas
Bananas
Mini bouquet
Fuji apples
Mangos
Sprouts
Sprouts
Mangos
Bananas
Lettuce
Mangos
Lettuce
Lettuce
Grape tomatoes
Grape tomatoes
Lettuce
Ginger
Italian parsley
Cantaloupe
Flowers
Flowers
Kale
Genovesse basil
Avocado
Cantaloupe
Italian parsley
Italian parsley
Baby fennel or bok choi
Red grapes
Avocado
Genovesse basil
Genovesse basil
Summer squash
Black plums
Italian parsley
Broccolini
Broccolini
Broccolini
Genovesse basil
Baby fennel or bok choi
Baby fennel or bok choi
Salad Mix
Broccolini
Summer squash
Red grapes
Baby fennel or bok choi
Red grapes
Black plums
Summer squash
Black plums
Summer squash
Red grapes
Salad Mix
Baby peeled carrots
Black plums
Salad Mix


Take a stroll through our Facebook page for links to recipes using some of this week’s ingredients.
Shop our Green Store for other healthy products.
Do you have a friend or neighbor looking to make better food choices?  Recommend Seabreeze, and for every new member you refer, you’ll both receive a $10 Green store credit.
Thank you so much to all of our loyal supporters.  We sincerely hope we have helped your health and well-being with our food and brightened your day with our flowers.
Enjoy in good health,
Stephenie

June 12, 2017 June Joy not Gloom

Urban conservationists may feel entitled to be unconcerned about food production because they are not farmers.  But they can’t be let off so easily, for they are all farming by proxy.
-Wendall Berry
Dear Friends,
    I hear the grumbling from people about the cloud cover and lack of sunlight but for us, it’s marvelous weather to work in.  Hot sun is not our friend when working.  One of the things I’ve been tackling, is dividing perennials (and doing search and destroy onlecherous noxious weeds) and among them are my purple bearded iris.  If anyone would like some, call or email me and I’ll put some into a separate paper bag to go along with your delivery.  If it doesn’t make it this week, it’ll be the week after.
   I’m sorry to say the one of my favorite growers and providers, has called it quits after 33 years and is selling his farm in central California where he grows garlic.  I bought an extra case of his incredible dried garlic that is indispensable in the kitchen.  It’s not cheap, we pay $12.50 per packet, but it’s so worth it in flavor and convenience and goes such a long way.  And no clingy damp garlic shells!
     A big thank you to everyone for not complaining about the summer squash every week coming your way.  I know it’s a challenge but the dang bragada bug cuts down on so many things we used to be able to grow this time of year.
    We’ll be happy to see the fall season and cooler temperatures.
    Happy cooking to all.
DELIVERY ITEMS FOR THE WEEK OF June 12th, 2017
*Please note that some substitutions may apply from time to time
Large
Medium
Juicing
Petite
Fruit Only
Bananas
Russet potatoes
Bananas
Sprouts
Bananas
Sprouts
Bananas
Sprouts
Red or green cabbage or kale
Strawberries
Red or green cabbage or kale
Sprouts
Red or green cabbage or kale
Mini bouquet
Peaches
Lettuce
Red or green cabbage or kale
Lettuce
Lettuce
Cluster tomatoes
Flowers
Lettuce
Ginger
Scallions or leeks
Apricots
Scallions or leeks
Flowers
D’Anjou pears
Squash
Dried aprictos
French sorrel
Scallions or leeks
Kale
Broccolini
Broccolini
Broccolini
Broccolini
Asparagus
Squash
Squash
Peaches
Apricots
Red Onion
Red Onion
Cameo apples
 Salad Mix
Peaches
Peaches
Apricots
Cluster tomatoes
Cluster tomatoes
Strawberries
Apricots
Apricots
Squash
Strawberries
Strawberries
Cluster tomatoes
Salad Mix
Salad Mix
Baby peeled carrots
Asparagus
Asparagus
Dried aprictos


Take a stroll through our Facebook page for links to recipes using some of this week’s ingredients.
Shop our Green Store for other healthy products.
Do you have a friend or neighbor looking to make better food choices?  Recommend Seabreeze, and for every new member you refer, you’ll both receive a $10 Green store credit.
Thank you so much to all of our loyal supporters.  We sincerely hope we have helped your health and well-being with our food and brightened your day with our flowers.
Enjoy in good health,
Stephenie

June 5, 2017

Ideas are easy. It’s the execution of ideas that really separates the sheep from the goats.
– Sue Grafton
Dear Friends,
      Elsa, one of our goats, has decided that this season will be one of bounty for her milk and we have started freezing it in pint containers.  Now, it’s not legal to sell it for human use, although we have it on our cereal almost every morning (sweet and delicious), in cream soups, casseroles, baked goods and even an ingredient in facials! We can, however, offer it to you for your pets.  We freeze it the same day she’s milked and each baggie contains about 2 cups. Elsa will appreciate the support for her delicious and nutritious Mother’s Milk.  It’s available as an add on to your delivery through the Green Store.
    One of your ingredients this week, cauliflower, is a veggie that I’ve learned ‘stumps’ some for cooking.  It’s a member of the broccoli family that is high in fiber and nutrients including anti-carcinogenic properties.  It’s extremely versatile and very tasty.  We’ve tried many of the recipes on this site and hope you find one you’ll enjoy.
                           Three Cheers for Cauliflower
     We still have wonderful honey available too:
                           Fresh Local Honey
 And much appreciation to the people that volunteer especially when they say it was their enrichment.  How nice.  Thank you.
    Happy cooking to all.
DELIVERY ITEMS FOR THE WEEK OF June 5th, 2017
*Please note that some substitutions may apply from time to time
Large
Medium
Juicing
Petite
Fruit Only
Ataulfo mangos
Bananas
Ataulfo mangos
Sprouts
Kiwi
Bananas
Cauliflower
Bananas
Mini bouquet
Ataulfo mangos
Cauliflower
Sprouts
Cauliflower
Lettuce
Bananas
Sprouts
Orange bell pepper
Sprouts
Cucumbers
Cucumbers
Orange bell pepper
Lettuce
Lettuce
Squash
Avocado
Lettuce
Flowers
Ginger
Cauliflower
Blueberries
Flowers
Cucumbers
Cucumbers
Bananas
Cherries
Cucumbers
Avocado
Spinach
Spinach
Avocado
Spinach
Baby celery
Salad Mix
Spinach
Baby celery
Blueberries
Cherries
Baby celery
Blueberries
Fuji apples
Blueberries
Squash
Cherries
Squash
Salad Mix
Baby peeled carrots
Salad Mix
Cherries
Cherries


Take a stroll through our Facebook page for links to recipes using some of this week’s ingredients.
Shop our Green Store for other healthy products.
Do you have a friend or neighbor looking to make better food choices?  Recommend Seabreeze, and for every new member you refer, you’ll both receive a $10 Green store credit.
Thank you so much to all of our loyal supporters.  We sincerely hope we have helped your health and well-being with our food and brightened your day with our flowers.
Enjoy in good health,
Stephenie

May 29, 2017 Memorial Day – Gratitude for our freedoms

Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.
-Robert Louis Stevenson
Dear Friends,
      Summer is around the corner but our summer squash is going gang busters already.  One of our favorite ways to enjoy it is with this easy and fast method:
2 eggs
1/2 c milk
salt and pepper
1/4 c cornmeal
2/3 c whole wheat flour
sliced summer squash
coconut oil
Beat eggs, milk and seasonings together.  Heat oil in heavy skillet over medium hot heat. Dip squash slices in liquid and then cover both sides with flour mix.  Fry each side about 2 minutes, drain.  Serve hot.  Easy, fast and good.
     Fallbrook Honey’s producer, Charlene, brought us another fresh batch of their wonderful honey. We have limited supplies so order this delicious and nutritious treat from nature from our GreenStore here:
                           Fresh Local Honey
     And much appreciation to the people that volunteer especially when they say it was their enrichment.  How nice.
    Enjoy our spring weather and happy cooking to all.
DELIVERY ITEMS FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 29th, 2017
*Please note that some substitutions may apply from time to time
Large
Medium
Juicing
Petite
Fruit Only
Red bell peppers
D’Anjou pears
Fuji apples
Sprouts
Kiwi
Fuji apples
Asian Pears
Kiwi
Mini bouquet
Fuji apples
Asian Pears
Navel oranges
Asian Pears
Lettuce
Asian Pears
Vidalia sweet onion
Sprouts
Navel oranges
Leeks
Navel oranges
Sprouts
Red bell peppers
Bananas
Basil
Bananas
Purple cabbage
Lettuce
Sprouts
Arugula or Italian parsley
D’Anjou pears
Lettuce
Flowers
Purple cabbage
Squash
Red grapes
Flowers
Leeks
Lettuce
Navel oranges
Cherries
Leeks
Basil
Kale
Salad Mix
Basil
Arugula or Italian parsley
Ginger
Arugula or Italian parsley
Squash
Arugula or Italian parsley
Squash
Red grapes
Red grapes
Red grapes
Salad Mix
Baby heirloom tomatoes
Baby heirloom tomatoes
Cherries
Salad Mix
Baby heirloom tomatoes
Cherries


Take a stroll through our Facebook page for links to recipes using some of this week’s ingredients.
Shop our Green Store for other healthy products.
Do you have a friend or neighbor looking to make better food choices?  Recommend Seabreeze, and for every new member you refer, you’ll both receive a $10 Green store credit.
Thank you so much to all of our loyal supporters.  We sincerely hope we have helped your health and well-being with our food and brightened your day with our flowers.
Enjoy in good health,
Stephenie

May 22, 2017

Dear Friends,
     Are you composting?  I’m sure many of you are in some creative form or another and if you haven’t a little earthworm farm (if you want or are able) I mightily encourage it. Even if it’s a little one.  The whole process of carbon based material being transformed into other ingredients is amazing and educational.  They certainly are great representatives for one of the great processes of nature.  I’ll put together a little baggy for you and they love scraps from your deliveries.  And tissue paper even.  Here are easy instructions to get you started.  No matter how old you are.  It’s fun!
                      Let’s Science: Earthworming
     Charlene brought us another fresh batch of their wonderful Fall brook honey.  Understandably, they had to raise their prices in a long while a little so we’ll do a 2 for one on the Green Store to show our support for what they do for us.
     And much appreciation to the people that volunteer especially when they say it was their enrichment.  How nice.
    Enjoy our spring weather and happy cooking to all.
DELIVERY ITEMS FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 22nd, 2017
*Please note that some substitutions may apply from time to time
Large
Medium
Juicing
Petite
Fruit Only
Russet potatoes
Russet potatoes
Asian Pears
Sprouts
Fuji apples
Asian Pears
Asian Pears
Valencia oranges
Mini bouquet
Asian Pears
Valencia oranges
Cabbage
Bananas
Lettuce
Valencia oranges
Cabbage
Sprouts
Cabbage
Cucumbers
Bananas
Sprouts
Lettuce
Sprouts
Asian Pears
Cucumbers
Spanish onion
Flowers
Lettuce
Red Russian Kale
Blueberries
Lettuce
Cucumbers
Kale
Parsley
Blackberries
Flowers
Blueberries
Ginger
Arugula
Cherries
Cucumbers
Red Russian Kale
Fuji apples
Squash
Blueberries
Parsley
Cucumbers
Salad Mix
Red Russian Kale
Arugula
Blueberries
Parsley
Valencia oranges
Red Russian Kale
Squash
Squash
Parsley
Heirloom tomatoes
Salad Mix
Cherries
Salad Mix
Cherries
Cherries


Take a stroll through our Facebook page for links to recipes using some of this week’s ingredients.
Shop our Green Store for other healthy products.
Do you have a friend or neighbor looking to make better food choices?  Recommend Seabreeze, and for every new member you refer, you’ll both receive a $10 Green store credit.
Thank you so much to all of our loyal supporters.  We sincerely hope we have helped your health and well-being with our food and brightened your day with our flowers.
Enjoy in good health,
Stephenie

May 15, 2017

You’re only here for a short visit. Don’t hurry, don’t worry. And be sure to smell the flowers along the way.
 Walter Hagen
Dear Friends,
     It was a busy week-end with the Saturday Mother’s Day Pick Your Own Bouquet visitors and Sunday with the Corgi Meet-up where we had about 25 happy (and tired) doggies enjoy their romp.  The farm is especially beautiful this year with the rain we had and the perennial flowers are going gang busters. So, we’re offering a discount on bouquets.  Why not make someone happy with a lovely bouquet of flowers?  Drop me an email or go to the Green Store and we’ll make up an extra one for you.
    Enjoy our spring weather and happy cooking to all.
DELIVERY ITEMS FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 15th, 2017
*Please note that some substitutions may apply from time to time
Large
Medium
Juicing
Petite
Fruit Only
Corn
Cocktail grapefruit
Kale
Corn
Navel oranges
Leeks
Corn
Cocktail grapefruit
Sprouts
Cocktail grapefruit
Cocktail grapefruit
Leeks
Bananas
Mini bouquet
Bananas
Sprouts
Sprouts
Sprouts
Lettuce
Grape tomatoes
Lettuce
Lettuce
Lettuce
Ataulfo mangos
Cantaloupe
Grape tomatoes
Flowers
Grape tomatoes
Arugula
Blueberries
Flowers
Blueberries
Ginger
Squash
Cherries – maybe
Cantaloupe
Baby broccoli
Cantaloupe
Baby broccoli
Baby broccoli
Arugula
Blueberries
Salad Mix
Arugula
Squash
Ataulfo mangos
Squash
Navel oranges
Baby broccoli
Navel oranges
Grape tomatoes
Navel oranges
Salad Mix
Salad Mix
Cherries – maybe
Cherries – maybe


Take a stroll through our Facebook page for links to recipes using some of this week’s ingredients.
Shop our Green Store for other healthy products.
Do you have a friend or neighbor looking to make better food choices?  Recommend Seabreeze, and for every new member you refer, you’ll both receive a $10 Green store credit.
Thank you so much to all of our loyal supporters.  We sincerely hope we have helped your health and well-being with our food and brightened your day with our flowers.
Enjoy in good health,
Stephenie

May 8, 2017 Mother’s Day Bouquets

Sometimes the strength of motherhood is greater than natural laws.
Barbara Kingsolver
Dear Friends,
     A rainy Sunday, cheery fire in fireplace, vegetable stew in crock pot, lots of indoor things to catch up on.  What a lovely day it was.
 Mother’s Day is around the corner and we have beautiful flowers for you.  If you’d like, we can make the bouquets for you and you pick them up.  Otherwise, we’ll have the farm ‘open’ for  a ‘pick your own bouquet’  for this coming Saturday the 13th.  If you’d like to come and make your own bouquets, from 10 to 12, please email me with your RSVP and how many in your party.  Should be a beautiful day and the flowers will be so perky after this rain today.
    Enjoy our spring weather and happy cooking to all.
DELIVERY ITEMS FOR THE WEEK OF MAY 8th, 2017
*Please note that some substitutions may apply from time to time
Large
Medium
Juicing
Petite
Fruit Only
Corn
Corn
Red grapefruit
Sprouts
Red grapefruit
Bananas
Bananas
Valenica oranges
Mini bouquet
Mangos
Sprouts
Sprouts
Kale
Cabbage
Mandarins
Mangos
Mangos
Bananas
Scallions or baby leeks
Bananas
Lettuce
Lettuce
Sprouts
French Breakfast radishes
Gala apples
Flowers
Flowers
Mangos
Chamomile
Avocado
Cabbage
Cabbage
Lettuce
Squash
Valenica oranges
Avocado
Avocado
Ginger
Baby broccoli
Strawberries
Scallions or baby leeks
Scallions or baby leeks
Strawberries
Salad Mix
Loquats
French Breakfast radishes
French Breakfast radishes
Mandarins
Chamomile
Chamomile
Gala apples
Valenica oranges
Squash
Baby broccoli
Squash
Roma tomatoes
Baby carrots
Roma tomatoes
Baby broccoli
Mandarins
Strawberries
Baby broccoli
Salad Mix
Strawberries
Mandarins
Salad Mix


Take a stroll through our Facebook page for links to recipes using some of this week’s ingredients.
Shop our Green Store for other healthy products.
Do you have a friend or neighbor looking to make better food choices?  Recommend Seabreeze, and for every new member you refer, you’ll both receive a $10 Green store credit.
Thank you so much to all of our loyal supporters.  We sincerely hope we have helped your health and well-being with our food and brightened your day with our flowers.
Enjoy in good health,
Stephenie