One of my favorite things to do in winter time is peruse cookbooks. There’s so much promise, so much potential in them. I’m always looking for seasonal recipes that combine [...]
This particular morning of the year is always a little sad. It’s the day the pigs go in to slaughter. I have very complex emotions around eating meat. I was a vegetarian for a decade. Then [...]
Peppers are a long season crop. We seed them in April in tiny flats with 200 cells per tray. Then we pot them up in larger trays so that the plants get nice and big. Then we harden them off [...]
A short newsletter this week, as admittedly with rain coming Thursday and Friday both we are trying to cram 5 days worth of work into 3! Doudlah: You may have noticed that in our online [...]
Young Friends One of the gifts Covid gave me was to break the barrier a bit more between being the farm boss and being friends with my crew. Pre-covid, I usually didn’t try to socialize [...]
Taken from Local Dirt by Andrea Bemis.