It’s true Kazy Farm has a new home!
As of the begining of March, we moved the farm to the beautiful Salmon Valley, just outside of Salmon Arm. We purchsed a 6 acre farm with house and shop and are excited about its possibilities.
The first month on the farm has been filled with unpacking, seeding and building a greenhouse. Thank you to all of our friends that have helped us move, get settled and get the greenhouse up!
We are looking forward to our first season at our permanent location.
The season is officially underway! Our first seedings are in the trays. Onions, leeks and parsley to start with lots more to follow. Looking forward to seeing everyone at market. See you in a few short months.
We’ve just added a veggie box program on a week to week basis for our Salmon Arm customers. We have still have a wide selection due to the beautiful fall weather. To enjoy our produce even though the Salmon Arm market has ended, see our Box Program 2011 page.
Thanks to all our Salmon Arm customers who helped make our first season a great success!
The scapes are milder than the bulb of the garlic, yet still provide a nice texture and flavorful alternative to classic basil pesto. You can vary the taste by using different nuts (walnuts, almond or hazelnuts) or asiago cheese.
1/2 lb. Garlic Scapes (about 13-15 scapes)
2/3 cup freshly grated Parmesan Cheese
1/3 cup Pine Nuts
1 cup extra-virgin Olive Oil
Juice from half a Lemon
Rinse garlic scapes well in cold water and pat dry. Cut scapes into 2-4” pieces and place in bowl of food processor.
Add cheese and pine nuts and chop until just coarse.
With food processor running, slowly pour in the oil and blend until smooth. Add lemon juice and blend well. Add salt to taste.
Garnish w/pine nuts for dip or toss with pasta. Makes about 2- 1/2 cups.
Recipe from Edible White Mountains Magazine, http://www.ediblecommunities.com/whitemountains/spring-2010/garlic-scape-pesto.htm
Join us in Salmon Arm Tuesday morning for our first market. Our table will have lettuce mix, radishes, pea shoots, green garlic and green onions. We’ll be at the Shuswap Farm and Craft Market located just behind the Centenoka Mall. The market runs from 8:00 am to 12:30. Come early to have your choice of our certified organic produce.
The first produce of the season!
Pea shoots are delicious on a salad or on their own. Our kids eat them by the handful. Shoots are the tender young pea plants and they have a wonderful flavour.
$2.00 per bag or bunch. Contact us to get your veggies.