We planted grapes our first Spring on the acreage in 2008. The variety is Marechal-Foch, a French-American hybrid. Eleven rows were planted which proved to beRead More
We’ve munched our way through several salads. But towards the end, as the leaves become more bitter, we noticed an increase in worm activities. That was fine until we discovered these worms had made their way into the row-covered broccoli. That’s not good.
Anne often collects these hickory nuts and spends some time every year cracking and eating them with her dad. There is something very satisfying in the cracking of a hickory. The sound of the splitting shell inspires us to crack more. The hickory nut tastes like inspiration.
Welcome to 2012 everyone! The coming of a new year often makes me think of trying new things. We have grown pumpkins for several years, but 2011 was the first year we ever used them for anything besides decoration.
It’s nice to have too many tomatoes. This doesn’t always happen, so when it does I start looking for potentially delicious ways to consume them.
Behold! The awesome yellow power of the lemon pepper! Okay, you have that beheld? Good. You can stop now. I know, it’s difficult to turn yourRead More