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It is so easy to make these delicious turkey sausa...

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Saturday November 09, 2013   -   By Arlene

I made these delicious chemical free turkey sausage patties with Home Farm Herbery’s Hand blended, organic, chemical free, gourmet Turkey Sausage Seasoning order now http://www.localharvest.org/turkey-sausage-seasoning-C21733

Irish Sausage Seasoning from Home Herbery is the n...

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Saturday July 20, 2013   -   By Arlene

Irish Sausage Seasoning   Irish Sausage Seasoning by Home Farm Herbery includes a great recipe for the traditional Irish Sausage. This is the next best thing to going to Ireland ! ...

Original Flavor Jerky Seasoning

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Tuesday May 28, 2013   -   By Arlene

Original Flavor Jerky Seasoning   Home Farm Herbery Original Flavor Jerky Seasoning Enough for 1/2 pound Jerky Recipe inside Ingredients: Sea Salt, Black Pepper, Chili powder, onion powder, Thyme, Basil, Cayenne...

Oriental Chip Seasoning

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Tuesday May 28, 2013   -   By Arlene

Oriental Chip Seasoning   Home Farm Herbery’s Oriental Chip Seasoning is diabetic friendly as it contains no sugar. It is excellent for radishes, squash, sweet potatoes, zucchini or baby spinach. Try them with string...

Girls Quilted Activity Bag

Blog: Stevens Family Farm   -   Saturday May 04, 2013   -   By Carol

  On our list of gifts to make this year, are two boy activity bags.  My daughter made this bag for herself last year, and we are going to use the same style for the little boys. We are trying to find the perfect little piece of fabric for the boy...

Christmas Planning - Wonderful Idea from Facebook ...

Blog: Stevens Family Farm   -   Saturday May 04, 2013   -   By Carol

On our Facebook page for our farm,  there was a WONDERFUL suggestion for making Christmas presents with the family -  MAKE THE WRAPPING PAPER or GIFT BAGS!   The poster suggested making custom gift bags for each member that could be re-used...

The ABC's of Wine and Beer Making is now an e-book

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Saturday April 13, 2013   -   By Arlene

The ABC's of Wine and Beer Making By Arlene Wright-Correll e-book $9.95   The author considers herself a cook who took up wine and beer making as a very serious hobby from 1965 to 1979...

Quince jelly!

Blog: Bindel Farms   -   Friday December 28, 2012   -   By Jason

  A couple months ago, I received a whole plastic grocery bag full of fresh quince from a local orchard not too far from our farm.  After debating about what to do with them, I decided to make a fabulous quince jelly last month.  ...

Host A Cookie Exchange Luncheon, Making The Invita...

Blog: For Dragonflies And Me   -   Wednesday December 26, 2012   -   By Neil & Jean

Its cold, its blowing, there's snow on the ground, ice on the windshields and us summer lovers need to keep looking for things to keep us occupied until we can dig in the dirt.  Now that all the holiday hustle and bustle is over, we...

Ho w to make Good Chemical-Free Sausage

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Thursday September 13, 2012   -   By Arlene

How to Make Good Healthy Chemical-Free Sausage© For those of us who love good sausage or all kinds of sausage we take it for granted.   It just seems to be there.   However, when one enters the world of sausage do we...

Pyranees puppies and Baby goats and spring wor...

Blog: Zeigekase Farm (goatcheese farm)   -   Thursday February 16, 2012   -   By mothergoat

we  have  had  such  a wonderful  time   teaching  all the  homeschool  groups   soapmaking   and  cheesemaking  this  month! I  have  been  asked ...

My Herbal Path, My Story.

Blog: Morgan Botanicals   -   Wednesday January 11, 2012   -   By Jessica

Somebody asked me yesterday what my herbal path was, my story. Here's a smidgin about me (so far anyway) for those who wanna know......   I grew up a naturalist, clinging to the arm of my momma and her picnic baskets and canteens of soup and...

Late Season Hay

Blog: Pleasant Valley Farm   -   Monday October 10, 2011   -   By Emily

We've had such lovely Indian summer weather lately! It's a refreshing change from the rain we've had for too long this fall. It has truly been an extreme growing season- either far too much rain, or not nearly enough. We were so excited to have the...

A new use for veggies

Blog: At Home in Nature   -   Tuesday June 14, 2011   -   By Mary

Can't stand any more greens?  You can make paper out of the vegetables in your garden. Here’s how, from ehow.com: 1.         Thinly slice the vegetables. The slices can be 0.5 cm to 0.2 inch thick....

Hot Weather Means Making Hay

Blog: Pleasant Valley Farm   -   Monday July 05, 2010   -   By Emily

July is here, bringing hot weather and a number of rain-free days in a row.  That means it's hay making time!  For us. it's as much a normal part of July 4th weekends as picnics and fireworks. We've been fortunate to have a stretch of dry weather, so...

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Poor man recipes as recounted from my grandfather ...

Blog: Alternative Community Farmer/WPB.FL   -   Tuesday June 08, 2010   -   By Tony

During the Great Depression, poor people in  Europe and the Mediterranean regions ate wild weeds, cacti plants and made cheese and preserved them in extra virgin olive oil which lasted for a while without refrigeration.  ...

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Making Butter in a Jar !

Blog: Zina's Produce   -   Friday April 23, 2010   -   By Zina

You will need;       A quart jar with a tight lid       A handy dish towel       3 cups heavy cream, at room temperature ...

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Putting the Mother to Work

Blog: Pleasant Valley Farm   -   Tuesday February 09, 2010   -   By Emily

I'm finally in the process of making vinegar.  One of my Christmas presents was a vinegar cask, a large, pear shaped container with a spigot on the bottom.  It is used to ferment the vinegar, with the final product being heavier and sinking to the...

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Sausage day

Blog: Miolea Organic Farm   -   Monday December 21, 2009   -   By Brian

Sausage day is coming up.  It is a family tradition dating back to when my great-grandfather owned a lunch counter in Baltimore city.  He would make sweet Italian and hot sausage at Christmas time and my grandfather and his siblings would have...

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