While it is intrinsically practical to eat what is “in season,” eating according to natural cycles makes sense from more than just a pragmatic lens.
Time always seems to move a little bit funny on the farm. Months feel like years, yet weeks can pass like days.
Isn’t it nice when doing the right thing tastes so good?
The memories of dishes like this is what will sustain us through the cold months ahead.
I just wanted to take a moment to clear up a slight misconception people might have about the small-scale sustainable farm life. Only recently have I begun to field questions from well-meaning friends and customers about the profitability of our first year farming. So, here it goes, just so everyone knows: No, we did notContinue reading “Why Farm?”
I stood and understood that in nature there is an infinite glory that we barely take the time to notice.
I wasn’t sure what to do, should I interfere or just let “nature take its course”?
After a brief search, we found her, placidly sitting on her nest.
We were once again recipients of the grace of good food.
When you need rain desperately, the sound is so delicate you almost hold your breath, hoping that it doesn’t taper off.