Month: July 2018

Week of Aug 1st

Did you know tomatoes and onions are best stored on your counter top? If you slice into them, you can put them in an air tight container in the fridge, but it’s best to consumer them as soon as you

Week of July 25th

When watermelon and corn collide I feel like summer has truly arrived. Please note that you most likely will find a worm in each ear of corn. These worms are harmless and can be tossed in your yard for some

Week of July 18th

Need more lettuce in your life on a regular basis? I do too. Introducing our “Lettuce of the Week” subscription. Sign up for our weekly lettuce subscription and we will pick the best lettuce of the week and add it

Week of July 11th

In the wake of disaster I was left to realize with a reminder of how overwhelmingly amazing our community is. I live up in Buellton, but after a fire burned through the Givens’ 25 year old home in Goleta this

Week of July 4th

As we celebrate America and this phenomenal country of ours, it is a reminder to celebrate the people behind the scenes that make our country so great. Migrants and immigrants make America great because they made America. I personally, am