Strawberries - TUES
Field Update: Strawberries are slowing down, but Agriberry still has them! Different varieties grow at different times, even if the abundance has passed. Raspberries are just starting! Blackberries are next. -June 19
Enjoy four pounds of strawberries. These strawberries will come in four plastic clamshells in a brown bag or box! Agriberry's strawberries tend to be a slightly larger size, compared to other local strawberry varieties.
Use: Use within a few days! Local berry varieties are more flavorful, but often not as hardy as varieties grown for grocery store supply chain! Wash strawberries just before using - but don't soak them!
How to eat: Too many berries to eat at once? Freeze some. Or, make a quick jam or strawberry curd (so delicious!). We love to have frozen strawberry curd to whip out for quickie desserts or cakes throughout the year.
Agriberry Farm is located in Moseley, VA just outside of Richmond. The Geyser family has been growing berries for 37 years in the area - berries are their speciality and they're quite skilled at growing them! We first met Colleen and her mom Anne at the JFX Baltimore Farmers Market! We love buying a box of their berries every-time we see them at the market. Read about their growing practices here.