Monthly Archives: September 2012

roasted beets and kale salad with lemon -dill tahini dressing

When I came running through the front door yesterday afternoon I proclaimed to Taylor that beets and kale were on the menu for dinner. And guess what… He thought that sounded really good. I almost fell over. The great part … Continue reading

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butternut squash and black bean burritos

I live in this really extraordinary place.  A place tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. It’s a place where I hear the birds singing in the morning and the coyotes howling in the evening. It’s … Continue reading

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holding onto summer

Welp. I guess today is as good as any day to start a cleanse. A cleanse from whisky, pork, and staying up late.  We are getting too old to party like we used to!   Henry agrees. I have been … Continue reading

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lets roast a pig

Happy birthday to my husband, best friend, and fellow bacon lover. I knew we were the perfect match 8 years ago when we both ordered extra bacon on our burgers. We have been inseparable ever since. Taylor turned 30 on Friday. … Continue reading

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butternut squash and sage pesto pizza

Oh hey there. It’s been a pretty busy day around here.  Henry decided to wander off a little too far from home and we found him on a busy street outside our farm stand. It was scary to say the … Continue reading

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spicy sun-dried tomato and vegetable pasta

Well look what we have here:   If you can turn your eyes away from the gross dirty hands (sorry for the distraction!)  you will see the first sign of fall.  I almost jumped with joy at the sight of … Continue reading

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spicy sesame eggplant and bok choy stir fry

Hey there. We are pretty pooped around here. It is the point in the farm season where every bone in our body is ready to break.  Our spirits are not as high as they were earlier in the season.  There … Continue reading

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