In an ideal world, one would grow all the fruits and vegetables that one could possibly need for canning, jamming, fermenting and freezing on their very own homestead. Organically, of course. But this is the real world.
This fall, let's get back to basics.Now is the perfect time to get back on track with cleaner eating and healthy living. Fall classess, challenges, and meetups will be posted soon. Want to know more?
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I found myself with an extra fennel bulb wondering what to do with it. So I flipped through some cookbooks (actual cookbooks, I love feeling the paper!) and discovered this recipe in The Simple Art of Eating Well. As a bonus, it used zucchini as well! This time of year you can never have too many recipes […]
When the theme for this week was bacon, I knew I wanted to do something with bacon AND beer, two of my husband’s favorite things! I just started selling Wildtree so I happened to have a package of quick beer bread sitting around. Combined with my husband’s oatmeal stout homebrew and fresh-from-the-garden jalapenos, it […]
This time of year, no matter how hard I try, I always have some random vegetables left. Here’s a list of what I received in my Groundswell Community Farm CSA share last week: Basil Radishes or Herb bunch (chives, sage, mint, thyme) Bok Choy OR Cabbage OR Kohlrabi Kale OR Chard Garlic Beets Carrots Summer Squash […]