Monthly Archives: July 2011

if you dare…

We had one of “those” nights last night.  You know, that kind of night where your house only cools off to 80 degrees.   One of those terrible nights where god forbid your partner sleeps even a little too close to … Continue reading

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the frustration continues

Hello from my in-laws house! I am getting sick and tired of not having internet.  We are having a lot of problems with our service and supposedly will have internet Monday.  (I know I said the same thing last weekend, … Continue reading

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something fresh

Summer! I know summer is in full force for a number of reasons. 1. When the weatherman says it’s going to COOL down to 85 degrees. 2. Having an aggressive and unfortunate farmers tan. 3. Mosquito bites on every inch … Continue reading

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food to live by

5 things that are happening right now: 1. Taylor and I still don’t have internet at our house.  Supposedly we will have it by Monday, but it’s pretty frustrating.  I blog from the farm stand.  And it’s getting old!  Sorry … Continue reading

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beet-a-holic

Guess who has a new friend… Aren’t they cute? Thanks James and Mary for bringing Emmie to the farm.  Henry fell in love! And speaking of love.  I have a new appetizer I want to share with you all.  Not … Continue reading

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a day in the life

a good farm dog gets to eat carrots if he’s lucky. yeah, he’s pretty lucky. Henry is becoming my companion around dinner time.  He likes to help me harvest our next meal.  And taste test everything.  He is becoming a … Continue reading

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beet and goat cheese quinoa

We can’t cook everything in bacon fat can we? Don’t answer that! Instead of frying up my favorite source of protein last night, I decided to saute some kale. Without having a dinner plan I decided to take Henry for … Continue reading

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