As we move into another fall, a couple of things are on our plate in addition to our normal operations. We’re working hard on harvest pickling – it has been a fun couple of weeks so far of purchasing, processing and canning. We’re refining our recipes and getting a little more inventive this year with our pickles and preserves. We’re working on building a pantry shelf in our stand to help house all of the new jars. On the garden front, it’s a bit of an inverse time of year for that kind of thing, but we’re talking about garlic! This project should bear some wonderful fruit next year – we’re working on growing a large patch of garlic that we’re going to sell at market and use in our prep. Thanks a million to Bill Hatten for donating copious land, labour, and love!
We’re starting to harvest and shop for the sandwich stand which means market runs and garden maintenance! Time to fill the shelves and get ready to prep up this coming week.
How handy is it to have a fridge on site?
A little help and the tomatoes’ll make it!
It’s working for these guys. We’re looking forward to feeding you, Kitchener-Waterloo! Stop by for a sandwich soon!
We’re gardening this summer and you can bet that we’ll have too much bounty for our friends and families. What better way to practice farm to table gastronomy than to grow, process, and sell the food all ourselves. Needless to say, we’ll be supplementing Breadbaron’s veggie inventory from our own fertile backyards.