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Heirloom Tomato Tasting this Saturday

Heirloom Tomato Tasting at The Common Market This Saturday July 23, 11:30am-2:00pm at The Common Market in Frederick. See their website for directions. Meet me there and sample some great local food! Heirloom tomatoes, mozzarella, ice cream, sauces, juices and … Continue reading

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Harvest List for week 3–June 10

Anticipated Harvest List for Friday June 10–CSA members will select 8 from the following: 1) A new batch of lettuce, either romaine or a new variety of red leaf lettuce 2) A second type of lettuce to choose from, another … Continue reading

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Happy Mothers Day

This is my Mothers Day omelette. Babies were fun, but big kids make great omelettes. Pottery by Suzi Hanson of Catoctin Pottery

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Garlic

 Aaaah, the garlic is curing. Its all bundled and hanging in the barn to air and dry. Here’s Donna helping to hang the garlic. I like that she wore overalls for the occasion. Here’s what its like to eat your … Continue reading

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What’s for dinner?

One of my greatest pleasures on the farm is witnessing my children’s experience of the garden. They inhabit the garden with confidence and comfort, as they snack on sorrel leaves, Long Tom tomatoes, and red peppers. Jonah eats cabbages and … Continue reading

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Another turnip recipe

It was the last week our CSA members are receiving turnips for this season, but I had forgotten to include a recipe by CSA member, Tracy. So if you still have some in your frig, here’s something to do with … Continue reading

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Chick Update

The chicks are three weeks old, so its time for an update. In their first week, they had visitors come to admire the new hatches. Here are CSA members, Heather and Kelsey of the Schwartz family.   Then, with chicks … Continue reading

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