I've spent the last 2 Saturdays going around to my favorite farmer's markets to amass enough tomatillos to put up some salsa verde. The other key ingredient, though, is decidedly not local to Ohio.
It's the time of year when the smell of roasting chiles permeates the air when…Continue
I firmly believe there's a Murphy's Law of Canning. You know Murphy's Law, right? Anything that can go wrong will go wrong? I believe that is statistically true over time.
[I had an ultrasound by an…Continue
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Our days are alternating between unseasonably cool--love!--and surprisingly hot--not acclimated yet--so eating has been all over the place. I realized more than being a seasonal eater I am a weather-dependent eater. I don't care if the calendar says June, if it's…Continue
Parker Farm CSA Share 09/01/10: 2 pounds potatoes, 12 ears(!) of corn, 4 pounds tomatoes, 1 pound cubanelle peppers, 2 eggplant and 2 zucchini.
Farmer Steve supplements the crops that he grows with these…Continue
Well, this morning I found myself with a few precious extra minutes before I had to leave for work, so I decided to forgo my usual blueberry yogurt in favor of a protein packed farm fresh scramble. I'm too lazy to make an actual omelet during the week, I admit!
I started with some chopped swiss chard, leftover grilled onions from my CSA Gourmet burger the other night, (which if I didn't have, I would have chopped up some fresh onion), grated Vermont cheddar cheese (thanks Cindy for…
Hello all, and Happy Spring!Continue
I’m very, very busy out here as the planting in the greenhouse is
getting pretty intensive, and the logging/firewood processing
continues. My best estimate is that I have somewhere in the vicinity
of 200,000 plants started at this point, and will continue to…
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