OK, perhaps not the MOST appetizing of food photos, but the point is, that's how it looked, and it tasted great—more all-local, dead-simple cookery! Here we have my first time with this grass-feed beef honey garlic sausage from a few miles down the road—I could actually … [Read more...] about More local food, cooking!
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
It took a while, but I finally dragged out the classic no-frills barbecue and continued the simpler BBQ approach started last season. This time around, I stumbled onto lump charcoal, which is pure wood carbon, and a step back from additive-rich preformed briquettes (I'm not all … [Read more...] about This year’s BBQ
Spent the early morning harvesting a few CSA shares for a Monday drop-off. This is the first week of shares, and they're still small, mainly greens... There are many tiny farming routines, things you'd probably never do in a bigger operation, that I find extremely relaxing and … [Read more...] about Tiny harvest!
Roasted a White Rock chicken last night, today, got a Spicy Cheese Loaf from Fran, the baker beside me at the farmers' market. (The market day went well, it was the first day of CSA shares: mesclun, spinach, radishes, garlic scapes, beet greens—it's still early.) The chicken and … [Read more...] about A simple (chicken!) sandwich