Arcadia Farms -
Wednesday June 11, 2014 - By Katie
So far the 2014 garden is off to a great
start! At the end of May I shared a summary of what’s going well and
what’s not-so-swell. At that time, the garden remained relatively
pest-free. However in the short time since that post I’ve encountered to
Home Farm Herbery -
Thursday October 17, 2013 - By Arlene
Kheera Cucumber Heirloom Seeds (Non Hybrid, Non GMO)
At Home Farm Herbery this specialty variety from India
with great flavor, quality and field resistance to disease compared to similar
varieties was our best farmers’ market...
Sage Hill Farms -
Saturday July 07, 2012 - By Bea
Now that our
gardens are in full swing, over abundant in produce
and demanding attention
every day to keep it that way....what can we do with all the fruits of our
labor.....allowing it to waste away is not an option at Sage Hill...so,...
For Dragonflies And Me -
Monday April 30, 2012 - By Neil & Jean
"Gardening is a joy when one's time is managed to enjoy it!" Jean Smith.
Well it is finally Spring, I can hardly believe the calendar. I am so excited with this weather and all that we've got accomplished outdoors the last two...
J&J Produce -
Monday July 11, 2011 - By Diamond
I realize it has been quite a while since I last blogged. I apologize. The last week or so has been a grateful relief. A lot of the evgetables were doing poorly due to the lack of rain. All that has changed in the span of about a week and a half. Things that...
Williamsburg Farmers Market -
Wednesday August 25, 2010 - By WFM
Chef Justin Tulip of Opus 9 prepared this dish live at the Williamsburg Farmers Market Chef Tent on August 7, 2010.
6 Ripe Tomatoes (Blanched, Peeled, Seeded & Chopped)*
1 Red Onion (Finely Chopped)
Sunday July 18, 2010 - By Shirley
I made 14 pints of bread & butter pickles yesterday. Having so many cucumbers from just one vine, I had to do something with them besides eating them straight from the garden, giving them away.
Bountiful harvest of cucumbers.
Catbird Griddle -
Tuesday July 13, 2010 - By Catbird
had planned to write July's food scavenger column about wild black
raspberries, river mint, and pineapple weed (western NY's version of
chamomile)--all currently ripe on roadsides and sun-dappled riverbanks
all around us. But then I realized I was...
So Succulent Gardens -
Thursday August 13, 2009 - By Blossomfarm
It has been about a week since my daughter moved out of state, sorta missing her today. I made cold cucumber yogurt soup and I know she would have enjoyed it. The other two boys I live with will not eat anything green. I also want to thank...
Boulder Belt Eco-Farm -
Sunday July 26, 2009 - By Lucy
It's new month and the farm share initiative has many new members thanks to some nice networking on the part of some of our members. This is exactly what should be happening in any healthy CSA type affair-members getting involved in their farm and going...
Owens Acres - Lavender, Herbs, and Tea -
Friday April 24, 2009 - By Laura & Mike
Owens Acres announces new CSA offerings for 2009. Pickup will be in Placerville, 1st Sunday of the month. We hope to expand our box offerings to include what's being harvested (tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, etc.) but we want to wait a few more weeks...