We will be at the Walnut Valley Farmers Market bright and early tomorrow morning! We don’t have any fresh veggies to sell yes, but other vendors will have some cool crops – lettuce, radishes, etc. We will have jams, pecans and thornless blackberry plants. Come by and say hello!
We were super excited to be called on to provide prizes for last weekend’s Elrod’s Cirque bike ride. We sent 24 jars of jam – blackberry, raspberry, and mixed berry – with race coordinator Bobby Smith to be handed out as prizes. How cool that they wanted to use local products as prizes! Thanks, Bobby! WeContinue reading “Local Product Prizes”
At the end of last year, I posted this on our family blog, mainly because I didn’t do a great job of regularly blogging throughout the summer. Well, it has happened again, what with children, and farm and LIFE, looks like I fell off the blogging wagon again. So, here is a summary of what happenedContinue reading “The Last Few Months”
Our bees are doing quite well. Wwe weren’t supposed to be able to harvest any honey from our bees this year, since we split our one hive into multiple hives this spring. But apparently it was a good year for honey. Gage recently harvested around 200 pounds of honey from our 10 hives (really fromContinue reading “Honey Harvest”
This has been an outstanding summer for produce, and while some vegetables have had their ups and downs, we still have a nice variety of items available. What we really have a lot of right now is winter squash. I will soon be posting some of my favorite winter squash recipes for spaghetti squash, butternutContinue reading “What’s in Season Now”