They say there is no tired like end of the year teacher tired. They are right! This week was filled with end of year celebrations and cheers! I had my Pre-K and 5th Grade Moving Up ceremonies. My 5th Grade Moving Up Ceremony became quite emotional to me. I was able to hold myself together until the end of the ceremony and I balled, ugly crying and voice cracking in front of everyone. Those kids were in 1st grade when I came to Sandston. When their 1st grade teacher left after the first week of school, I taught them for a month along with my fabulous Title 1 Reading Specialist until we could find an amazing teacher (she was outstanding). I became very close with this bunch because of that. They will be taking a piece of my heart with them to middle school. I am so blessed to be able to touch the precious lives I touch. There is truly no job more rewarding! With that said, this blog posting will be a little on the light side. I hope you understand!
Each year Matt grows cabbages. They are always so beautiful! This year, he decided to grow Napa cabbages! They are true beauties and what I am most excited about!
They are great raw as a salad and in stir fries! I am thinking of making some fish tacos with them! I love a good taco! I will add some of these beautiful radishes and carrots and have a great dinner!
Here is my recipe for Asian Fish Tacos with Cabbage Slaw! They are so good and so clean! You will absolutely fall in love!
I would like to introduce you to my friend Corey! She may look familiar because she has been our market helper for several years! Corey has a facebook page called Life Is 4 Tasting. She visits the South of the James Farmer’s Market regularly and picks up fresh food from many of the vendors. She then posts her meals on this page. She is a talented chef and creates the most beautiful dishes! She will be be popping in helping us out from time to time, so be sure to check out her posts!
Here is what our Farm Share Members will be getting in their bags and what we will have on our tables:
We will have the same things out for our market shoppers but we will also have carrots, arugula, and turnips, tatsoi, swiss chard, and tokyo bekenna. It is going to be a great week!
We will see you at the South of the James Farmer’s Market this Saturday from 8:00-12:00.