Category Archives: food

Canning Round up for May – 2017

2017  Please note for ease of tracking, I will be rounding everything up or down into pints.. example, if I do 7 quarts of something, it will be written as 14 pints, if I do 8 80z jars it will … Continue reading

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Canning Round up for April – 2017

2017  Please note for ease of tracking, I will be rounding everything up or down into pints.. example, if I do 7 quarts of something, it will be written as 14 pints, if I do 8 80z jars it will … Continue reading

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Baked Squash Soup

Like many fellow gardeners, we have squash on our counters that need to be used up or for the more frugal folks, a good winter squash is a outstanding way to make a thick meaty or not stick to your … Continue reading

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Keeping it real on the farm 2016

This was our lovely New Years Day Dinner, the works.. turkey, stuffing, mashed, green beans and gravy.. it was so good.. it was also a reminder that I only got 1 turkey baby on the farm.. one.. that’s it.. It … Continue reading

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Quail Eggs

One of my hens is in production now, and at least one more is laying with the rest due to come online soon. Its such a thrill to find those wee eggs hidden in the hay of their back area … Continue reading

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Oven Roasted Garlic Scapes

This is not a recipe as it just so easy but it is good.. I overcooked mine a touch and it just meant that the thinner ones where all crispy and crunchy like wonderful fried onion bits, while the thicker … Continue reading

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Rasberry Row.. 2015

we have raspberry, first year one the farm, someone gave me a red fruiting bunch of baby, they produce small, tart berries very late in the fall till freeze up.. Last year we were part of a bulk plant buy … Continue reading

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Elderberry Cuttings

This is a interesting little project,  part working rooting cuttings, part community project and part growing for the food forest production. By this I mean that I need to learn how to produce more baby plants, I tend to lean … Continue reading

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Jerusalem artichokes.. a Early season delight

Spring food is hard to come by, sunchokes aka Jerusalem artichokes can help fill that early spring gap.. Clearly I need to add in new kinds that produce more, this kind that I got in a free plant swap, produce … Continue reading

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Green Food Box

I have written about our Green Food Boxes before.. but here is the general overview again.. We have a community supported program for a once a month green food box, you need to buy a share for ten dollars, you … Continue reading

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