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Napa Cabbage Rolls

This recipe can easily be altered by adding ingredients and herbs to tickle your pallet.  This is Angela’s version. 1 Napa Cabbage – wash and separate leaves, holding the...

When is a Weed a Weed?

Is a weed ever not a weed?  The answer to that question, simply put, is when it is a tasty vegetable – or perhaps a pretty wild flower or...

Tips for Storing Produce

  We love our veggies!  But, sometimes find that we aren’t sure how to store them so they keep fresh and tasty until we use them.  The following are...

Spring Salad

Submitted by Linor Vaknin Lettuce and mesclun greens, topped with, kohlrabi, roasted beets, blueberries, and Cypress Grove Midnight Moon Goat’s Milk cheese. Dressed with balsamic vinegar, olive oil and...

Strawberry Mohitos

This is a recipe for my favorite early summer drink.  Jon and I treat ourselves to Strawberry Mohitos just once a year – when the strawberries are coming in. ...

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What I Enjoy as a Farmer

What do I enjoy most as a farmer?  There are so many facets of my daily life that bring me true joy and contentment.  It is probably impossible to...

Black Bean and Kale Soup

  One bag of black beans, approximately one pound, rinsed One bundle of kale, vein stripped out and chopped One onion, chopped Garlic to taste Smoked meat, if desired...

Beet Salad By Kasia Danek

The following is two recipes for beets. One is for cold beets and one is for warm beets. Both recipes start out the same. Pick beets similar in size...

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The Truth about Chemicals in Farming

Spring is here and therefore it is time for me to get on my annual soap box.  And, like soap, my rant is about chemicals.  Here in farm country,...

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Spring

I think spring has indeed sprung at last.  Today I noticed so many signs that indicate spring is here.  We farmers watch for certain things to happen on the...

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