The Tomato harvest is a rainbow of color these days. We plant varieties in almost every color imaginable, not just the classic Reds. When we line them up for taste testing, we notice the softer, mellower, sweeter notes of the yellows and oranges, and the full-bodied intensity of the reds and purples. Some are super juicy, like a Watermelon, and some are deliciously meaty (there’s a reason they call ’em Beefsteaks).
The Cherry Tomatoes give a bright pop of sweetness that’s so addictive, but in the best way. The colors, the textures, the flavors—we’re so gone on Tomatoes right now, Crayola doesn’t make a color to draw our love.
Saucing & Canning Special!
We have 1/2 bushels and crates of Utility Tomatoes (2nds quality) available for your next saucing, canning, or dehydrating project. 1/2 bushel boxes of Utility Tomatoes (approximately 20 lb) are $30 and crates of Utility Tomatoes (approximately 40 lb) are $50. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a box or a crate.
This winter you’ll be glad you spent some time in the kitchen capturing the flavor of summer.
¡Langwater Farm Salsa!
After some intense recipe development and testing at home, we have some fresh farm Salsa to share with you! We sent 300 lb of our own vine-ripened Tomatoes, 80 lb of our sweet Walla Walla Onions, plus our own Jalapeños and Cilantro over to a commercial kitchen in Brockton and they made us a ton of seriously yummy fresh Salsa.
It’s simple and tasty and full of fresh veggies, which is definitely our favorite way to eat.