Monthly Archives: February 2013

tamari ginger vegetable quinoa bowls

Watch out world. Look who has decided to pop up and say hello. The sleepless nights, dark circles under our eyes, and uncontrollable meltdowns (okay, I’m the only one having the meltdowns Taylor keeps it together) have been worth it. … Continue reading

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coconut curried cauliflower soup (vegan)

After waking up half a dozen times throughout the night to check the greenhouse temperature I was having MAJOR doubts about our life decision to become farmers. Not only are we paranoid about the success of our crops, but the … Continue reading

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roasted butternut squash and kale salad

When the highlight of your day is reading an appropriate temperature on your greenhouse thermometer I think you can officially call yourself a loserĀ  farmer. Not only is our greenhouse temperature doing well (although we are due for some REALLY … Continue reading

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a perfectly healthy salad

Let’s start this weekend off on the right foot shall we? First up, cuddling for an extra 10 minutes while the coffee brewed this morning. Henry is great at that. Second up, singing at the top of our lungs while … Continue reading

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rosemary parmesan chickpea sweet potatoes

It feels like midnight! I guess that’s what happens when you don’t sleep a wink the night before. I really hope dark circles under eyelids are a hot new look. If not we are in major trouble! Coffee is becoming … Continue reading

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lets grow some food!

Our alarm clock went off bright and early this morning. My lovely husband turned to me with sleepy eyes and said ” Are you ready to grow some food?” “Yep.” Armed with a 50 lb bag of potting soil, high … Continue reading

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balsamic roasted grapes and brussels sprouts

Are you a brussels sprouts lover or hater? My love for brussels sprouts has been a work in progress. In fact, if you had told me 5 years ago that brussels sprouts would become one of my favorite vegetables I … Continue reading

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