August proved to be a very busy month especially for harvesting. It seems that fall showed up early in Oregon this year and went from very green and growing and quickly changing to brown, blustery and falling leaves. From harvesting zucchini tomatillos in our crop garden, to preserving, life and death on the farm along […]
“All things have their season, and in their time all things pass under heaven.” – Ecclesiasticus 20:22 We are going to share some great reasons about WHY you would want to eat in season and WHAT eating in season is. Eating in season means that we eat the foods that are harvested in the season […]
With so many gluten intolerances showing up using sourdough or a wild yeast to bake with is really a huge help! We had so many yummy fresh strawberries they were screaming SHORTCAKE! at me. That and they were so perfectly ripe they needed to be used in quick order, so for dessert we had Sourdough […]
A great way to use the summer time zucchini abundance (or preserved zucchini) that isn’t loaded with processed sugars but wholesome raw honey. Top it off with it having sourdough/wild yeast and this is one healthy muffin/quick bread. Its tasty to boot and makes a great little tea time loaf. Included with this recipe are […]
Listeria contamination……..undeclared allergens…… lead contamination….. elevated lead levels….. metal fragments in food…… e. coli in cheese. SIX recalls in the last 11 days. Yes that is SIX, one recall every other day. It seems a little unbelievable but a visit to the FDA Recalls of Foods & Dietary Supplements website will show that the list […]
Welcome to our series for children filled with great stories about farm life, animals, nature, gardening etc. Every Friday we share a great story for elementary aged children complete with a fun printable activity. Come see what is new on our Young Farmer Friday series!