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I have written about our Green Food Boxes before.. but here is the general overview again.. We have a community supported program for a once a month green food box, you need to buy a share for ten dollars, you … Continue reading
Ok, so this is a different bread recipe, but I challange you to give it a try, its so good and nothing! like you are going to find in a store. This recipe is based out of the one in … Continue reading
Well that did not take long, I had started a number of pots of mustard seeds to grow into mustard greens for use and while a goodly number of seeds started and are thriving, a number of them went to … Continue reading
Dried Mung Beans can be turned into wonderful home grown sprouts for use in a number of tasty dishes, I started sprouting about ten years ago as a way to be able to offer the hounds fresh ground greens once or twice … Continue reading
This bad boy has ham, bacon and homemade sausage.. three kinds of pork, some spice heavy tomato base and mozza cheese on my fresh bread bottom..
I had to wait for pickup day to come and go and to make sure it got home safely and got cold! All appears to be working and well, we really needed to add another deep freezer to the farm, … Continue reading
Doing up the odds and ends in the freezer these days.. now I surely would have caught these lovelies much earlier on a normal year but 3 bag held enough fruit to do a single jam or jelly recipe.. two however … Continue reading
, so We are getting going on processing out a goodly amount (several hundred pounds over the next while) of beef, pork and rabbit into jars, not to happy to have to do it hot pack method but just do … Continue reading
We have seen them in the different pizza places but lets face it, Calzones can be as easy or as tricky as you want.. If you want, you can oil them up and herb the outside, you can make the … Continue reading