The Swiss Chard has been growing nicely in our farm’s fields, despite the cold and dreary weather. In fact, it seems to be flourishing! Since we had an abundance of the rainbow colored stalks and green leaves, I decided to make a vegetable bake that was hearty, warm and delicious. Continue reading
After taking a jaunt around the farm to see how it was handling fall weather, I lucked out! I found not one, not two, but THREE four-leafed clovers on the ground.
How lucky! Continue reading
Today is my birthday, and I couldn’t be more excited! We’ll be outdoors in nature taking breaths of fresh air, spending time with our dogs and loving the world!
Every time I eat Chinese food, I always opt for some form of vegetable fried rice. Although I love the flavor of this simple meal, it is in fact, quite simple. I decided not to waste any more money ordering such an easy dish to make at home, so I created my own seasoning combinations and added them to a simple homemade version of vegetable fried rice. The perfect companion for stir fry, teriyaki chicken and more. Continue reading
Have you ever heard of fairy tale eggplants? Even as an avid farmer and gardener, I hadn’t seen this adorable twist on one of my favorite summer vegetables. Fairy Tale Eggplants are long, tiny versions of eggplant with a rich purple color. They are delicate, sweet, tasty and perfect for stir fry! Continue reading
November is one of my favorite months; it houses my birthday, Thanksgiving (tons of reasons to eat), and cozy winter-y weather. In addition to usually having the first Eastern Washington snowfall of the year, it also is:
Have you ever tried carving anything other than pumpkins for Halloween? Traditionally in Europe, turnips were carved before pumpkins ever were! The spooky shapes were an offering to bad spirits and helped to keep them out of the home. It’s been extra cold lately and to combat the seasonal chill, we decided to have a tiki night complete with carved pineapples in lieu of pumpkins! Continue reading
This summer at the farm, I got to enjoy thousands of sunflower blossoms. From flowers the size of dinner plates to ones with bright and unique colors, here are some of the best blooms of the year. Continue reading
There’s something awesome about what art supplies and the area you’re working in looks like after the art is created. Before the paper towels have been cleaned up and the paintbrushes are rinsed. It’s like looking at a battlefield after the soldiers have left.
I like to call this After Art: Continue reading