Monthly Archives: October 2011

the last day part two

Farm work is far from over. However, yesterday was the last day the farm stand was open to the public and we were busy working hard in the snow. Kind of…….here is a photo gallery of what our day was … Continue reading

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the last day…..

What on earth is going on over here? Yep. That’s right folks, the white stuff you see all over the place really is snow! I look less than thrilled. I think I will be picking kale in the snow. Wait, … Continue reading

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the simple things

Sometimes, when the sun wont shine and the temperatures don’t reach above 50 degrees, it’s easy for me to take a glass-half-empty approach to the day. I mean cold fingers, toes, and ears can make a girl pretty cranky. However, … Continue reading

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just a typical tuesday

If I see one more hot pepper I might lose it! Too many hot peppers. We spent a breezy Tuesday afternoon with the peppers. About an hour into our harvest, I couldn’t help but pray that this would be the … Continue reading

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butternut me up…again!

Who the heck am I to tell you how to make your favorite family chili? You should take that face seriously! I like to think I know how to cook everything! However, I don’t know how much cumin your grandmother … Continue reading

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a day at hutchins

Enjoy your day!

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potato, rosemary, and sage pizza

This was a hit last night as an appetizer among five people. In the future I will make two pizzas for the same group! Potato, rosemary, and sage pizza: Ingredients. 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 2 large unpeeled Yukon Gold … Continue reading

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