At Frog Hollow Farm, November starts off with a cool drizzle that seems to enhance the smell of the golden foliage. We see signs that fall is coming to a close – our pomegranates are bursting open with sugar and the blood oranges are starting to resemble lemons. Some of the farm's leaves are yellow-infused, while others are painted red.
November is also the beginning of the baked goods season when you just want to crash with a good book, some scones, jam, and earl grey tea. In honor of that trend, our bakery is cooking with love for the Frog Hollow Farm Marketplace at the Embarcadero.
As always, we are also taking care of our on-site composting. This week we separated the worms from the rest of the compost through a machine called a trommel.
Finally, there's the calm before the storm. We sending out baked goods for Thanksgiving and the holidays like our handmade apple turnovers packed with fresh apples and sprinkled with cinnamon.
Hope you enjoyed your brief tour of November at Frog Hollow Farm...i'm looking forward to what December has in store.
-Katie Gronsky
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  • Posted by Marianne Hanley on November 12, 2013

    wish I lived near you so I could work at the Farm!

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