August 19, 2017 - It is a busy weekend, filled with tomatoes! I picked up 60lbs of tomatoes, a couple dozen corn on the cob, onions, 10lbs of chicken backs & necks, and a variety of carrots, celery, fennel bulbs, basil, red peppers, green peppers, jalapeño peppers, onions, and other fresh vegetables. But the tomatoes [...]
June 26, 2017 - There is nothing that tastes like summer to me so much as corn. Granted, it usually meant late summer and now new varieties have brought the taste earlier into the season...but I'm ok with that. That said, I do miss one treat that was always a part of my life…. De [...]
June 25, 2017 - I don't know why I bother trying to grow potatoes. I don't have enough room to make it worthwhile so they are more of a novelty than anything. Now the tomatoes, those are worthwhile to grow and I started everything from seed this year, no seedling plants at all. I meant [...]
In a conversation before Christmas I was asking what others were doing in the New Year. One individual said to me "Oh, after Christmas we are going to do a detox cleanse, I think it's a good way to start the year." I hope my inside voice didn't betray itself with any outward look of "how stupid". I [...]
December 16, 2016 - I wondered how long my lettuce would stay alive.... it did quite well until we went below zero for a few days. Now it's frozen solid! Guess I know now, December 16th, not too shabby! :)
December 1, 2016 - When I was little I hated cooked peas and carrots, mostly because my grandmothers and my mother all cooked them to death. So this was the only way I would eat peas. And fresh from the pod is still my favourite today. Some things just stick with you.
November 30, 2016 - Remember how eggs were good for you, then bad for you, and now they are good for you again. Well, they always were, but we were told to believe they weren't, for awhile anyway. Food seems to be the new religion and we can't agree on anything to do with it. I [...]