The spring thunderstorms bring such beauty and renewal to the farm. We’re busy prepping beds, seeding and transplanting in preparation for a bountiful harvest. While also herding baby goats, lol! I love this photo of a corner of the garden that our son Stephen took.
We will be at Webb City Farmer’s Market and Joplin Empire Market tomorrow. We’ll have our mighty microgreens, mixed greens, spring lettuce mix, sweet baby kale, spinach and our popular Market Mix. Stephen will have a very limited supply of radishes and beets at Empire Market, the first of the spring season.
As we shift our total focus to our market gardening, we won’t be offering Bierocks at Empire Market. Look for them again later this fall. What a treat they have been and Thank You!
Stay safe and well and we hope to see you all at the market soon!
WHAT. You make bierocks (kraut rocks as Dad called them)? We need to talk about this.
Lol! Yes, in my sleep. I made them for Empire Market for awhile. They didn’t have a food vendor and it really made a difference. People really liked them. I plan on providing them again in the future. Too funny, kraut rocks!
What are bierocks, Karen?
Hi Gretchen! It’s a pocket sandwich stuffed with ground beef, cabbage & onions. Aka Runza. It seems that every culture has a version of it. The homemade bread is what makes it really tasty.