Sourdough is a vintage skill set and art of fermentation, with an incredibly delicious ending result. But often, people have a very hard time getting their homemade starter going well, and let’s not even mention getting the bread to taste delightful. I tried my hardest to get it to work, until one day, it all […]
Limoncello is an Italian liqueur, traditionally served after meals, or sometimes as a welcome drink. It’s typically served chilled at the very least, and occasionally it may be so cold that it borders on Slurpee consistency (though it has to be a lower-proof version or an extremely cold freezer to make that happen). This is […]
Most gluten free chocolate brownies are dry, chalky or crumbly. And quite frankly, gross. This, on the other hand, is chewy around the edges and soft and gooey in the middle. It is the perfect blend of goodness and awesome. How Good is this Chocolate Brownie Really? Can you tell it is gluten free? When […]
When you look out your window and you notice your daffodils beginning to bloom, it’s time to plant your peas! After a long winter, peas are one of my favorite spring crops to grow. There are many types of peas you can harvest from your garden. Snap peas, snow peas and garden peas all have […]
Stop by our farm and see all the happenings of February from a Homesteading Fair, to grinding wheat, increased egg production and our other projects! Don’t miss our picture overview of the happenings on our little 2 acre micro farm!
Its tea time! Sharing one of our herbal teas featuring Oregon grown haskap berries and FIVE yummy whole food desserts to go with it. Come join us down on the farm for this weeks Tisane Tea Tuesday!