Archive for September, 2011


Here is something that is rather tasty and good for those cool nights that are coming.


1 med  Deep Cove Farm Kabocha Squash

1 teaspn  ground cayenne pepper

1/2 teespn ground cinnamon

1/2 teaspn ground  nutmeg

1 teaspn cumin

5 talbspn brown sugar

2 talbspn soy sauce.


Preheat  oven to 400 degrees.  Cut the

Kaboacha  squash into slices, not to thick

clean the seeds out (save seeds and roast also

because the are good)

set asides slices.  in a bowl mix all ingredients except the soy sauce.

coat each slice of squash on both sides. Add the soy sauces to the mixture

and  repeat the coating. but on baking sheet in single layer. drizzle with some olive oil

and if you want add a little sugar.  cook for 15 minutes. turn over and again drizzle with oil

and sugar if you want.


for those who want to cheat, you can use the pumpkin pie mixture


Deep Cove Farm has our apples rolling out.. Unlike our peaches this year the  infamous brown stink did  not damage the crop. Also the winter squash is starting to mature. Pumpkins and those decorative gourds will be available soon also.  The cabbage, greens, and fall crops will be out in October some time.