Thanks Jennifer! I look forward to starting this new "adventure" in life called blogging and becoming more computer savvy at this. This is the perfect place for me to start and I will most definitely start posting and commenting soon :)
Hi Jennifer! Thanx for finding that recipe!!! (Herbed Chèvre and Oyster Mushroom Tart with Gluten-Free Almond Crust)We are sooo going to try it!!!
And we are going to make it for our Spinach Pie recipe too!! =D
I have seen some AMAZING recipes on here!! But I can't seen to figure out how to add people. help.me!!?? LOL I would love to be able to get to their page easily, to try their recipes. ;o) Nice Zucchini BTW!!! ..and the rest of your pics!! I LOVE me some BRISKET too!!! OMGOMGOMG!!! hahaha. P.S. I made Stuffed Shrooms last night. They were really good! I'll post recipe & pics SOON. ;O)
Thanks Jennifer the garden is my passion a labor of love, I retired two years ago and always had a dream of a big garden. Well this was the year, the garden was planted down at the bottom of a hill almost in the woods. My son in law took down four tree's so the sun could shine in, he tilled the ground twice. We started planting March 17th the potato's three different kinds, Russet's white and the red ones. We have had very warm weather here in North East Georgia since April. I planted two huge industrial size trays of seedling in the house. I started moving some out in April like the jack beans, they need 150 days for growing. They have gowned over 6 feet tall and have huge pods more then 12 inches long and full, have to wait for the vine to die before I can pick the pods. We have already eaten the watermelon, cantaloupe and some of the blueberries. Most of the blueberries were frozen, we have canned green beans, potato's and tomato's. The sweet potato's are not ready yet and more green beans were planted along with 5 more squash plants. These were planted when we dug up the potato's. The corn and the squash really didn't produce very much due to the squash bore and smut and worms in the corn. But all in all it has been a really good garden I have really enjoyed working in the garden and have learned so much this year. I'm going to plant some Fall vegetables but have to wait until September really still too hot here up in the 90's again today. Thanks again Jennifer I have more pictures if you need any more. Ellen
My hubby & I both love to cook, and I have a few recipes I would LOVE to share with everyone. We usually create vegetarian, gluten free meals, as we are both allergic to gluten, and don't eat a whole lot of meat.
I am also starting my first compost project! So I am sure I will have questions for the members here!
Hi Jennifer, Thank you for the kind welcome! It looks to be a good group....glad to be on board. I'll be harvesting my hops pretty soon, and brewing up some IPA for those cool Fall nights (they can't come soon enough, it's 108 degrees here today!)
Hi Jennifer, Thank you for your reply. I feel as though fermentation may be a door to new world of possibility for me, ever more I am looking forward to connecting with other who share this interest; so, would you know how I could get in touch with Home Grown members on Cape Cod, as you know I would like to find a source for Kefir seeds, but my whole interest is burgeoning and therfore have lots to ask and talk about.Online is OK, but in person is better. If there is a community of fermentaion enthusiasts on Cape Cod I would like to join up, if not, perhaps I could start one. There is so so much to know but I have always found that doing is the best way to learn and grow? So, what do you know? I appreciate your organization, look forward to learning more. Leigh
I have! I work right next to an independent movie theatre, so I run over there after work whenever I get a chance! It's very good! I'll refrain from saying anything else since you haven't seen it yet! :)
You better watch out, the longer you stay, the more I figure out you can help with! LOL So, I don't do turn down service but will be glad to see you in person. I had someone in the spring who was trying to lose weight ask me how I stay so slim. I said...follow me around for a week and you'll find out. She said...open the farm to Farm Boot Camp for those of us who need to get in shape...sign me up....I'll be your fist camper! Too funny but may be a way for more people to experience first hand the daily life of growing your own food, living with animals, the process of turning raw product into finished. Hummmm.....Sounds like a winter think tank project to me. So, give me the heads up when you're coming and I'll get the girls all ready for a humdinger visit. I'll sharpen up the pitchfork for ya!