NOW IN SEASON AND AVAILABLE AT THE FARMSTAND:

NOW IN SEASON AND AVAILABLE AT
THE FARMSTAND:


Sweet Corn
Blue Lake Green Beans
Tomatoes
Raspberries
Blackberries
Summer Squash
See Canyon Apples











Sunday, September 26, 2010

HARVEST PARADE


OUR NEWLY RESTORED 1948 FARMALL CUB MADE ITS
FIRST APPEARANCE IN A HARVEST FESTIVAL PARADE.
DANIEL (ONE OF THE STUDENTS ON THE RESTORATION
TEAM) WAS THE LUCKY DRIVER.


JERRY THE SCARECROW RODE ON THE FRONT OF
THE TRAILER WITH A LOAD OF PUMPKINS FROM THE FARM.
OUR ORIGINAL IDEA OF PILING THE TRAILER WITH
OUR FRESH VEGGIES WAS ABANDONED WHEN
TEMPERATURES SOARED NEAR 90 DEGREES.


JERRY MANAGED TO HANG ON TO HIS NOSE AND HIS
BLUE RIBBON FOR THE WHOLE PARADE.
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Tuesday, September 21, 2010


At the end of this wonderful evening the embers were glowing and Jerry couldn't resist a marshmallow roast!  The sky and ocean were bright with the "almost" full moon!
We were lucky to set up out on the bluff, sharing the table with not only Full of Life Flatbread but also Huasna Valley Farms who supplied the flour.
We were happy to see friends come out and enjoy excellent food and wine!

Palate to Pallet@Dolphin Bay 2010

As the evening progressed the moon rose over the ocean keeping the evening bright.  The warmth of the Flatbread oven had everyone lingering for just a few more precious minutes.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Saturdays at the Stand


What makes Saturdays at the stand special?
It's all about the bread baby.
Our good friends Anya and Jim Bergman create artisan bread
every Friday night (and into Saturday morning) using
the kitchen at Eclair Bakery. The loaves are
priced from $2.50- $5.00.




The sourdough is amazing!


Anya
Anya and Jim are at the stand most Saturdays when the
stand opens at 10 a.m. and they would love to
meet with you and talk to you about all things bread.

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Thursday, September 9, 2010

Jerry's "new" 1948 Cub!

Rutiz Farms sponsored the rebuilding of this classic Farmall Cub; enabling Jim Bergman and Joe Bradbury to mentor Daniel and Jacob, local high school students.  They restored it to all it's former glory for the SLO County Fair. Stop by the farm to check it out!

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

More Corn Roast



Princess of the corn!


Getting every last kernel requires concentration.




For some it was their first corn roast ever!
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Corn Roast


Last Friday we had our annual corn roast where we roasted up a couple
hundred ears of corn and gave them away to customers visiting the
farm stand. The corn was delicious and enjoyed by all!





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Thursday, September 2, 2010

Artists in the Pumpkin Patch

Here is a glimpse of what is going on in the pumpkin patch. Many of you have
already "left your mark" on a pumpkin in our patch, but for those that haven't
and would like to, the patch will be open for engraving this Friday and Saturday.


 

 

 
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