We have a lot of a raspberry like plants growing all over our farm. I have been told that these are called wineberries. I like wine, too, so I have no problem with our (not really) raspberries. In addition to serving them all fresh and beautiful, sitting in a bowl, I like to make other […]
Raspberries can provide delicious sweet tart fruit for fresh eating, cooking and preserves such as jams and jelly. I can only speak for myself, but homemade raspberry jelly is my favorite. It tastes nothing like the product you buy in the store – the raspberry flavor is much stronger. In this post I’ll share what […]
It may only be the middle of August, but underneath that warm heat from the sun, there’s a fall chill in the air. It’s coming quickly! It’s almost time for hot chocolate, cozy sweaters, fires in the woodstoves, hearty stews, pumpkin-flavored everything… In preparation, I used the huckleberries I gathered on our last boat trip […]
Growing and Foraging for Raspberries and their leaves. Tasty berries and medicinal leaves make this plant something that everyone should be growing! Plus, it’s quite easy to find wild raspberries and thimbleberries once you know what to look for.
Starting a homestead orchard this spring? Learn about the plants we chose on our one acre micro farm in northern New Hampshire.
Loaded with healthful raspberries, oats, and honey, this could also be called cream crowdie ice cream. Cream crowdie is a Scottish dessert, sometimes served at summer weddings. Traditionally, it’s made with whiskey and served cold, but not frozen into an ice cream. It’s unique as ice cream, but it passed the teenaged boy test with […]