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Roasted Pork Loin on the PIt with Farm Fresh veggi...

Blog: Conroe Saturday AM market   -   Thursday September 08, 2011   -   By Fred

Tonight Chef Michael and I did a cater for the Conroe Art League. We had Roasted Pork Loin done overnight on the Pit by John Porter resident artist at Thomas Kinkade Gallery on Main street. Using Oak for the smoke. We served it as room temp. sandwiches on...

Excited About Canning

Blog: Hoosierfarm   -   Wednesday June 29, 2011   -   By Shirley

Harvest time is coming soon and can't wait to use my new All American Pressure/Cooker Canner. I have never used one of these before, but am anxious to do so. Plan  on doing lots of canning this yr.     Have a blessed...

Get to know your veggies--Rutabaga

Blog: Wild Things Farm   -   Monday March 14, 2011   -   By Terry

There are a few words in the English language that are, well, fun to say.  Repeat after me....rutabaga, rutabaga, rutabaga.  I think that's a cool word for a very cool veggie.  Combine a white potato, a sweet potato, and put a smidgen of turnip...

Valley Flora CSA: adding mushrooms, fish, lamb mee...

Blog: Rural Goods   -   Saturday December 04, 2010   -   By Zachary

We've been talking about expanding the Valley Flora Farm CSA to include beef & lamb shares, fresh fish shares and possibly wild mushroom shares.   It's ridiculous, but there are no active mushroom buyers within a reasonable driving distance ...

FARM MARKET SALE- 505 N. Greene St., Greensboro, N...

Blog: Dodge Lodge Farm   -   Tuesday November 30, 2010   -   By Mike Causey

Local Milk Sale & EGGNOG & butter & ice cream -- made in Guilford County, NC by HOMELAND CREAMERY.   Location: Greensboro Downtown Farm Market, 505 N. Greene St., Greensboro, NC 27401  (336) 210-194  Hours: 9:00am - 6:00pm Mon...

Butternut Squash Soup

Blog: Wild Things Farm   -   Tuesday November 23, 2010   -   By Terry

Part of eating in season includes coming up with new ways to prepare the bounty of the season.  There were several small squashes in the harvest this year that were kept for myself.  Yesterday I made butternut squash soup and this particular...

Sweet Summer Kraut Salad

Blog: Wild Things Farm   -   Friday September 17, 2010   -   By Terry

I'm not sure of the "proper" name of this salad, but it is delicious!  One of the farm members gave me the recipe and even brought a sample of it the next week, and oh my, it's worth sharing.  It would be great with beans and cornbread or...

Time for Gazpacho!

Blog: Wild Things Farm   -   Thursday July 22, 2010   -   By Terry

Even though it's been sweltering here for the last several weeks, it just doesn't seem like summer until the first big batch of gazpacho is chilling in the fridge. Gazpacho, or cold soup, is a very loose recipe; you can add to or alter the ingredients...

Another good Summer Squash recipe

Blog: Wild Things Farm   -   Sunday July 18, 2010   -   By Terry

This time of year squash is really "doin' its thang", so another yummy squash recipe should be welcome.  The original recipe calls for zucchini, but I can't tell much difference in the summer squashes, so I call it "Squash...

More places to get recipes for the summer's bounty

Blog: Wild Things Farm   -   Wednesday July 07, 2010   -   By Terry

Okay, so I'm a magazine junkie.  My mom, two of my sisters, and one of my best friends share the same addiction.  While perusing the March 2009 issue of Southern Living (courtesy of Mom), I ran across an article for great recipes that had tasty Gulf...

Why You Should Trust Me

Blog: Farm Share West/Organic Now   -   Monday June 28, 2010   -   By Marika

 The other evening my friend, Kevin, and I, set out to make a meal of some of the produce in my CSA box. We had: cauliflower, cilantro, golden potatoes, peppers, spring onions, and green garlic. What to make? We decided on a Thai shrimp and cauliflower...

New concept for me and probably you!

Blog: Carden's Garden   -   Thursday April 01, 2010   -   By Farmer Breck

I've got a great way for you to buy the veggies and flowers you want. You may order on the weekend and pick up your order during the week. Simple and easy. Let me know if you have questions and/or want me to put you on the email list to be notified when and...

Spring harvests

Blog: Farm Share West/Organic Now   -   Monday March 15, 2010   -   By Marika

Oakland is gorgeous today.  I walked from BART to Lake Merritt, and was so grateful to be in CA.  Valley End Farm is about to begin its serious harvest.  Organic-Now began its deliveries in January, the absolute worst time, but now, now it's all...

We are looking for a new farmer

Blog: Riverview Farms   -   Friday October 23, 2009   -   By Charlotte and Wes

We are currently looking for a full-time person to work on our farm.  We offer housing, food, and pay.  A 2 year commitment is necessary.  You will learn all aspects of farming from marketing to cleaning up after pigs to growing veggies. ...

It is Fall Once Again...

Blog: Spyglass Gardens   -   Saturday September 05, 2009   -   By Steve or Wendy

    Well the hot hot days of summer are behind us. Why do I know this?Because this morning the trees out back were swaying in the morning breeze and golden leaves, that were parched by the heat,  were falling to the ground like...

Announcement by Whole Foods-Raleigh

Blog: Grow And Share   -   Tuesday August 25, 2009   -   By Kay

Just announced by Whole Foods: "This Thursday, August 27 th , Whole Foods Market in Raleigh, NC will be collecting surplus produce from area gardeners to donate to Grow and Share ( www.growandshare.org ). This is a great opportunity to donate those...

May frosts and blooming irises

Blog: Double R Farm (Amish Country Soaps & Sundries)   -   Thursday May 21, 2009   -   By Christine

It's hard to believe it is almost the 1st of June. Heavy frosts the past few nights have sent us scurrying out to cover the tender young tomato and pepper plants. We are working on additional plantings for the CSAs as weather permits. We have already...

motivated upstarts

Blog: Hippychick's Gardens   -   Thursday March 26, 2009   -   By hippychick

we got ourselves a bit of rain last night calendula nearly ready to flower peas hanging low radish gone to flower so delicate and sweet sunny sunflower - the neighbor's favorite lavender peeking through blackberry sticks too strawberry - the...

Warm weather and rain has made asparagus start to ...

Blog: Carden's Garden   -   Thursday March 19, 2009   -   By Farmer Breck

Spring has sprung in Ballardsville KY. Peas (sugar snaps, shellies, snow) are breaking through the soil. I missed setting out transplants this week so i will wait on the soil to dry out again. I have flats (soil blocks) of spinich, lettuce, broccoli,...

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