One never leaves New Roots Farm after a few hours or more of planting and harvesting, without your own harvest basket full of produce. Who would have thought farmers could grow such beautiful vegetables this late in the season in northern New England. Here is what I brought home today:
There, behind the turnips and grape tomatoes .......
blue oyster mushrooms!
These are a first for New Roots Farm, grown on straw in burlap bags. We'll saute these tonight in some olive oil or butter and garlic. Renee says they are delicious.