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Regrowth at Flatbed Farms

Posted on June 9, 2019 by Sonoma Valley Sun

Sofie Dolan, proprietor, Amie Pfeifer, chef, and Hayley Cutri, farm manager, at the Flatbed Farms stand on Highway 12 in Glen Ellen. The operation lost its beautiful barn headquarters to the 2017 fires, but is back growing and selling produce – and Amie’s homemade baked goods, jams and other creations – on Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The address is 13450 Highway 12, just south of the Arnold Drive light.

Sofie Dolan, proprietor, Amie Pfeifer, canner and baker, and Hayley Cutri, farm manager, at the Flatbed Farms stand on Highway 12 in Glen Ellen. The operation lost its beautiful barn headquarters to the 2017 fires, but is back growing and selling produce – and Amie’s homemade baked goods, jams and other creations – on Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Chef Annie’s report: 

“In the Farmstand we will have: Little Gem lettuce, salad mix, arugula, kale, rainbow chard, Italian dandelion greens, beets & greens (red, chioggia, golden), French Breakfast radishes, uncured fresh onions, purslane, nettles, fresh herbs (basil, thyme, oregano, lemon verbena), pineapple sage, edible flowers, microgreens, peashoots and strawberries. This is also the last week of fava beans. However, it’s the FIRST WEEK of spring potatoes, sugar snap peas and summer squash! For your snacking needs, the Flatbed Juicery/Bakery will have Green Juice, Vanilla Cashew Mylk and Honey Almond Mylk. Plus we’ve got a new batch of Apricot Mini Loaves, Carrot Muffins, Kale Cheddar Scones and Lavender Cookies. All pastries, juices and mylks are gluten free. 

The address is 13450 Highway 12, just south of the Arnold Drive light.

 

 

 



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