Galettes … Our First!

Ed made some sour dough starter and it all began there. It seems I can eat this stuff! This galette uses Einkorn flour and we did a savory version with fresh asparagus and a sweet version with our frozen plums. Both were delicious!

Happy New Year!

That’s what it feels like when ramp season arrives … the year is finally beginning. Spring has finally sprung. I may still have on my insulated overalls, but the heavy jacket remains on the hook in the house. Ramps are painting the wooded hillside with the first green brush of the year and the birds…

Roasted Soup

This soup is as simple to prepare as its ingredients! Ingredients: 1 Cauliflower 1 Onion 1 Head of Garlic (not one clove) 1 Pepper 1 Big Carrot (or 2 medium ones) Salt, Pepper and Turmeric to Taste 4 cups of Chicken or Vegetable Broth Olive Oil Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Recipe: Cut vegetables into…

Now It’s Raining Grapes!

After a summer of almost daily thunderstorms we are now being rewarded with an abundance of fruit. The wait between the pruning of our fruit trees and grape vines and the time they actually bear fruit is a little nerve wracking for me as I’m fairly new at it.  I read books, watch videos and…

Bonus Sunflowers

I think of these beauties as our Gustav Klimt sunflowers. They remind me of his paintings. They show up everywhere on our farm as a result of our sunflower microgreen production. After the microgreens are cut, the dirt from the growing trays is distributed in all of our other growing beds. The tray dirt is…

Plums in Abundance

We were blessed with a tree laden with plums this year. This is a first year that this tree has born fruit and it provided with wild abandon. I worry, when I prune, that I will prune too much and the tree will respond with a reticence to produce, but I’m learning this actually isn’t…