|Potatoes and Hay|
Farming is still about making hay when the sun shines. Some days you don't feel like weeding, or raking or bucking bales of hay, but when the sun is out, you have to do it, because tomorrow is too late.
So where's my CSA?
Okay, the weather has been less than cooperative, but the garden always helps out. People and Planet, you will have a delivery, Thursday, the 19th. Peas, greens, artichokes and more. Strawberries is another crop that doesn't like rain, so I harvested them and turned them into jam. There may not be enough berries for this week. SCVWD you will have a delivery on May 25th
A Word about Jam...It's not made in a commercial kitchen. I make it at home in small batches from what grows here on the farm, or what comes locally from other organic farms. This is is the basic ingredient list for every jam I make: Fruit, sugar, Pomona's Pectin, lemon juice. That's it.
|Peas and Greens|
There are no guarantees or warranties on any baked goods or jams, pickles or anything that come from my kitchen. You are free to take them or leave them. I never charge you for jam or baked goods, they are gifts. Enjoy them if you wish.
Talk about wild weather...the roof blew off the traveling chicken house and landed on top the barn. Dorothy are we in Kansas?