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I am sorry to have this rant, I might not even post this.. I most likely will and I am sure I will lose a reader or two.. but I have to write this.. If you live in an apartment or a tiny condo in the city, you can be many things.. You can be […]
I Yield I Yield LOL
Ok, its just going on record that we are going to be “in just in time mode” on most things this year. Let me give a example.. we have pulled at least a hundred or two wild parsnips but then we needed to focus on this or that.. and suddenly this week, we are like.. […]
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Tag Archives: Soft Fruits
Garden Count so far for 2011
Garden Counts for 2011 to date, most of the harvest is done, will do one more big update in oct on what the final main harvest will be.. Hard Fruits Apples-77 pds-Still a bit more coming yet Crabapples-44 pds Wild … Continue reading
Posted in gardens Tagged 100 mile food challange, Canning, Chores, compost, Farm Life, Fruit Trees, Garden, Greens, Herbs, Soft Fruits, Veggies, Wild Foods 5 Comments
Ah the joys of wild harvesting..
So this spring, my Dear Hubby was thrilled to find a new patch of my wild plum bushes and he has been checking them off and on thought the season, and was very excited to do the first pick, now … Continue reading
Posted in Canning, wild foods Tagged 100 mile food challange, Canning, Soft Fruits, Wild Foods 11 Comments
Sign of the times..
With late summer and early fall wild crabapple, apple, plum and berry foraging all taking place, it means that I am driving down some roads that I typically only go down twice a year, once in the spring to confirm … Continue reading
Posted in farm, food Tagged Farm Fresh Eggs, Farm Life, Garden, Soft Fruits, Veggies, Wild Foods 2 Comments
Making Homemade Grape Juice
Do you grow your own grapes? Do you hunt for wild grapes? What do you do with your grapes, fresh eating for some? Use the Grape Leaves in cooking? Do you make your own juice, jelly or do you make homemade … Continue reading
Posted in Canning Tagged 100 mile food challange, Canning, Food Production and Recipes, Garden, Soft Fruits 14 Comments
Elderberry and Peachs… what a great flavor combo!
Hello Folks I think this year just might end up being the year of the elderberry, they are huge, they are juicy, they are coming out my ears, and I love it! I have put away bag after bag full … Continue reading
Posted in Food Production and Recipes Tagged Canning, Food Production and Recipes, Garden, Soft Fruits 2 Comments
My most available local wild fruits-ChokeBerries and Elderberries.
Just another day or two and the first of this years elderberry crop will be ready to start coming in, just want a those still reddish to turn a touch more black, but you can’t wait to long or the … Continue reading
Posted in wild foods Tagged 100 mile food challange, Garden, Soft Fruits, Wild Foods 5 Comments
Rain, garden produce, Chokeberry Season has started.
We are into our third day in the rain, good steady warmish rain, by my count on our rain gauge we have had just over 4 inchs, excellent for the pastures, for the garden and for our shallow well! Thankfully … Continue reading
Posted in Canning, gardens Tagged 100 mile food challange, Canning, Fruit Trees, Garden, Soft Fruits, Veggies, Wild Foods 7 Comments
Plum Recipes including Farmgal’s Plum BBQ
Well got notice friday that my flat of fresh picked yellow plums that were just driven up last night from down in the fruit belt of our province were ready for pick up.. Someone asked me (at Stone House Road blog) … Continue reading
Posted in Canning Tagged Canning, Garden, sheep, Soft Fruits, Veggies 2 Comments
Canning Log Update
It was time to do a inventory of the canning, so I can have a better idea of what needs to be put up this season, Figured we would share with the folks were we start and then do … Continue reading
Posted in Canning Tagged 100 mile food challange, Canning, Farm Life, Garden, Goals, Soft Fruits, Veggies 2 Comments
Berries season moves on..
Its a rain day, and boy do I need it, the garden and pastures can use this lovely soft, gentle but steady rain for the past couple hours, my first cherry tomato’s are turning color, have hints of red and … Continue reading
Posted in food, Food Production and Recipes, gardens, wild foods Tagged Canning, Food Production and Recipes, Garden, Soft Fruits, Wild Foods 6 Comments