Why do we farm? homestead? Chop wood? Bake bread? Because its in our roots and hard work brings out appreciation for those things we have. Join us on our farm blog this week as we take you through some history of how we got to where we are and the philosophy behind why we do […]
Absolutely the easiest whole chicken recipe I’ve ever found. Five minutes worth of prep, cooked low and slow all day and you have a Martha Stewart-worthy roast chicken at the end of the day.
I got that inevitable, “What are we going to eat?” question, on the day that I had no idea. Fortunately with a few ingredients I came up with this simple and delicious lunch!
I am the main cook around here, and when I say that I mean 3 meals a day, 360 days out of the year. It’s just not something that Nick has ever been interested in. So when he asked for a smoker for Christmas, I made sure he got it! Check out this recipe that […]
Whenever we get a chance to visit family on the West Coast, we always try to get out crabbing. The ocean is the biggest thing we miss about living on the Coast! We catch our limits of salmon and cod, and always fill up on crab. If you love eating Crab, here is a delicious […]
Roses are red, violets are blue… this is how we celebrate St. Valentine’s Day on the farm, how about you? A bit of a twist on this popular holiday with some history on St. Valentine and sharing some thoughts on the first lamb that made it from our pasture to freezer.