Salad days

Salad days

As appetizer or main course, balance is the key
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Red Snapper owner John Sheehan estimates he orders about 125 pounds of lettuce each week for the restaurant’s popular salad bar.
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Bob Kauer grows several varieties of leaf and head lettuce at his farm on County Road 234 for about 70 member families belonging to Shared Harvest, an organic gardening cooperative.
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Heads of Romaine are ready for picking at Shared Harvest’s organic garden on Bob Kauer and Jama Crawford’s La Plata County farm.
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Shared Harvest’s salad team planted the All Star blend of mixed leaf lettuce in early April between drip lines that irrigate the colorful crop.
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Red Romaine heads of lettuce are ready to be harvested at the half-acre Shared Harvest organic garden on County Road 234.
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The Red Snapper’s salad bar includes curly kale, fruits, vegetables, dressings and croutons.
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