"I like to make pouch dinners with root veggies like turnips, rutabaga etc. I usually make a pouch out of aluminum foil (I have made a family sized pouch that fills a whole cookie sheet or individual pouches that can fit 4-5 to a cookie…"
"One of my favorite ways to eat carrots, parsnips, or potatoes is to roast them in the oven at 350. Cut them to the same size... which ever you prefer; then just toss them on a sheet pan with olive oil salt & pepper and cook until tender. Their…"
"I can both potatoes and turnips, and really enjoy good ol' mashed turnips. Sometimes I do 1/2 turnips and 1/2 potatoes for guests or picky eaters. Out of the jar they are tender, cook in short time and mash easy. I add…"
Visual Artists whose images reflect, come from, or are inspired by and/or in some way, relate to rural, agricultural, farm settings, processes, gardens, crops, livestock, scrap metal, drawing flowers, painting landscapes, etc and so on.See More
Is your garden busting at the seams? Got a glut of produce that you can't possibly get to all of it? Here's a group to link people together for charitable donations of farm food. Post your organizations that accept produce, share your stories.See More
We are a listener-sponsored, non-profit Internet Radio Station, based in NW New Jersey's Farm Country...We have 50 volunteer DJ's who bring you the best Live and Recorded music anywhere. From local NJ artists to Internationally renowned performers...
You are not an urban homesteader (or suburban) Your farm is more than an acre and may be hundreds of acres. You grow sustainably. You might have livestock out on grass. You sell what you sow direct to your customers via CSA, farmers markets, etc..See More
Perhaps there is a bit of land in your neighborhood that lays untended - crying out for a gardener's care. Perhaps you're looking for such a plot. This group is an attempt to link growers with landowners who are willing to lend their land.See More
Hey Patrick - welcome to HOMEGROWN! I'm eager to hear more about the barter music festival that you went to this summer - where was it and what was it called? Glad you're finding community here - enjoy!
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