Farm Blog

Oven-Roasting Frying Peppers

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This is something we do every year with our second-quality peppers and always thank ourselves many times over through the winter. Perfect to throw frozen into pasta dishes or stir-fries! Italian fryin... Read More

Roasted Carrots with Garlic & Dill

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Roasting brings out the wonderful sweetness of carrots and paired with the bright taste of dill, this side dish is a great addition to a summer meal. 1 bunch carrots, tops clipped 1 large clove garlic... Read More

Simple Beet Greens with Garlic & Lemon

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We are excited about the lush, tall, and delicious greens attached to your beets– don’t just throw them away!… You can use beet greens as a substitute for spinach in any recipe, as w... Read More

Sun Gold & Feta Quinoa Salad

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The sweetness of Sun Gold tomatoes combines wonderfully with salty feta in this easy meal. We’ll see if your Sun Gold tomatoes actually make it until then! Farmer candy, we call them. 1 pint rip... Read More

Tomato, Leek, and Kale Soup

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A simple classic as the weather turns chilly. Make the base and add whatever else you have in the refrigerator for a simple meal (squash, sweet or spicy peppers, carrots, pan-fried sausage, etc). 2 Tb... Read More

Tillers & Teamsters

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A couple of weeks back I was fortunate enough to take part in a 4-day course at Tillers International about working with draft horses and I wanted to share some of my thoughts about it. Looking at the... Read More

Seedlings are Awakening

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The first of our plants are awakening from their seeded slumber. It is such an incredible and life-affirming process to experience–to see the first of the pack stick its head out of the soil and... Read More

Cooking with Local Foods through the Winter

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Not much compares to sitting down to a delicious warm soup and homemade cornbread on a cold winter evening. In my opinion, at least… It is one of those simple pleasures that folks living in temp... Read More

Percheron Power

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Especially when your goals are lofty, or simply different from what most folks are doing, it’s good to start preparing early. And as Anne and I consider our long-term farm philosophy and vision,... Read More