"Here's another wonderful recipe I came across. So many of us lack good recipes for cooking squash and butternut squash is another favorite of mine. (Thanks Mom!) The Butternut squash is the sauce. I can't grow tomatoes here, it's too…"
"My first successful carrot harvest went into this soup. The carrots were so sweet, not like what you buy in the store. Opening up a Mason jar of this in the winter with a crusty bread (Oil & Balsamic for dipping with oven roasted garlic) and…"
"Carrot & Cilantro Soup
1 white onion
A whole head of garlic diced 4 Tablespoons olive oil 1 bunch of carrots (~1 lb) 3 potatoes 1-1 1/2 quarts vegetable stock 1/2 bunch cilantro (add more if cilantro is your thing) salt and pepper to…"
Am learning about leaf mulch this very moment. This site is amazing! I can't wait to waste tons of time online drooling over it. I just realized DIY stands for Do it Yourself, see I'm already learning.
Thanks, Torry! I'm back from vacation and I'm so thrilled about all of the activity here! Yes! Volunteers needed! What would you be interested in doing? You could curate a certain area of the site - events? Start a group or forum discussion on a favorite topic? Recruit like-minded HOMEGROWNers from other sites/communities? Let me know. This is YOUR site as much as mine!
Also, HOW WAS THE SHOW??? Did you take pictures? Post 'em up in the group comments!
Thanks for adding me to your friend's list. I live in suburbia and I'm trying to break away (read as escape) from it. My wife and I are preparing to look for and buy a home with some land to farm on out near the Pennsylvania Blue Ridge Mountains.
I'd gladly consider a swap. Postage to/from NZ is a bit of a nuisance but if we're swapping things which we otherwise couldn't get, it might just be worth it. I have an abundance of wood so the material costs of wooden things are about zilch. Let me know what you might want to exchange!