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Time To Sign Up For Winter CSA

When most people think of farming, they think of spring and summer with huge juicy tomatoes and crisp cucumbers.  I like that, but my favorite time is the winter.  Winter is when the lettuce is sweet and crisp, the kale … Continue reading

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Nutrition for Kids is Critical

A few years ago, I read the book Deep Nutrition: Why Your Genes Need Traditional Food by Catherine Shanahan, MD .  This was one of the most interesting and influential books I have read.   Dr.  Shanahan gives a powerful … Continue reading

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It’s Not About the Kale

Last weekend, I sat down and thought about all the wonderful CSA members we have and tried to figure out why they joined a CSA.  I suspected it probably wasn’t the turnips or kale that lured them in.  After all, … Continue reading

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Basic Southern Coleslaw

Basic Southern Coleslaw Every southern cook knows that to make good coleslaw, you need some cabbage, Duke’s Mayonnaise, vinegar, pinch of sugar, salt and pepper.  Easy as that!  My mom made this recipe throughout my childhood.  So does her sister, … Continue reading

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Grain Free Breakfast Wraps

Sometimes, I just want a breakfast I can pick up with my hands and forget that I never eat junk food.  A breakfast wrap works pretty well for that!   I finally found a grain free wrap that is soft … Continue reading

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Simple Taco Salad

Signups are open for our spring/summer CSA!      Taco salads are quick and easy. They also are a great way to include cultured gut-healthy foods, organ meats, and healthy fats, to seriously up the nutrition. Here are the basics.  … Continue reading

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Feeding The Grandbabies

Jay and I have several young grandchildren, and what we feed them when they visit is a conversation we have often.  You see, we try to base our meals on fresh veggies, maybe a few fruits, pasture raised meats, and … Continue reading

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What Does a Working Farm Look Like?

Often we have farm visitors.  This might include CSA members who pick up at the farm, other growers, chefs, or even a farm dinner or two.  What most people don’t know is that whenever we expect guests, we go into … Continue reading

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