Friday's harvest to Saturday's market is the way it is! We still go direct from field to stand, with no cooler in between, and that seems to work out. And the stand itself hasn't changed much in the last few seasons: raw cedar bins on boards on sawhorses, baskets up front, under … [Read more...] about Friday harvest to Saturday market
Overnight, the first real killing frost finally hit. A couple of nights it had gotten close, touching some plants in the field, but this was the real deal. At 8am, the lower end of the garden was still in the shadow of the drive shed, and the frost still hadn't burned off. Basil … [Read more...] about Finally, frost!
Preparing and gazing at food can bring as much enjoyment as growing, sharing and eating it! I'm really not a cook, but with fresh, quality ingredients, whipping up something appetizing is...simple. For our field lunch today, an omelet made from stuff at hand: eggs, cooked … [Read more...] about Odds-and-ends omelet
At work transplanting really tiny basil in the still-to-be-shaped-up herb patch, Andrea is doing her very first day of tiny farm gardening. It all worked out very well! After nearly a month of working with Conall, the all-new organic grower, almost every day, and having several … [Read more...] about More people in the field…