Monthly Archives: July 2010

A Traveling Farmer

Today was a LONG day.  I woke up with Taylor at 5:30 this morning to get a jump-start on cleaning the Emerson house and to bake this delicious breakfast: Blueberry muffins! They turned out really well. I got the recipe … Continue reading

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I spy with my little eye….

Melons have arrived at Hutchins Farm!!!!  This is great news! Extremely great news!   They are healthy, delicious and you can wrap prosciutto around them!  Which is exactly what I did at lunch time today.  This would be a lunch made … Continue reading

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Summer Squash Love

Today we had the day off from the farm.  Did we treat ourselves to sleeping in? No.  Did we enjoy breakfast on the front porch with coffee? No.  Instead, we decided to wake up early and drive to western, MA … Continue reading

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Living With Ralph

Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. Ralph Waldo Emerson Taylor and I really like this Emerson quote because it seems to sum up our life in a … Continue reading

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Stuffed!

Last night I wanted to try something I have never done before.  Stuffed peppers.  For some reason, I imagined stuffed peppers as being a totally complicated gourmet experience.  However, I got the first part wrong.  They are totally easy, non-threatening, … Continue reading

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Beans Beans the Magical Fruit

This morning was an early wake up call.  I had a quick breakfast before heading up to the farm.  This would be my new obsession: Now, I have always loved almond butter.  However, Justin’s Maple Almond Butter takes things to … Continue reading

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Success!!!

Today was a success!  Liza and I managed to sell almost everything we brought to market.  I think Hutchins Farm has a couple of advantages at the Belmont Market.  First off, we are one of the only organic vendors, our … Continue reading

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