We've also put a little sage in the shares as part of an ongoing herb rotation. I always think of sage and honey tea, but it's also good fried quickly in butter to flavor a dish, or even chopped up in a savory muffin.
Two other items are on rotation right now since we're not getting enough at once to give everyone: melons and green beans. I hauled my first load of melons into town last week. They definitely add some weight to the bike. They continue to ripen in the field in small quantities so I'll continue to haul them.
Beans are also being very slow. The variety, slenderette, does seem to produce for a long period so I'm hoping over time there will be enough for everyone. Unfortunately, the second planting of beans failed so we're relying on the first to give a good crop.
In other news, we're still planting for fall. The last of the lettuce and chicories is scheduled to be planted this week and, with a little luck, we'll get it all in. After that planting slows to a trickle, we can focus on cleaning up more weeds and getting ready for the fall.