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Category Archives: garden
Slowly but surely, I’m building up my skills… In 2014, I began sprouting seeds to get some fresh greens in winter. They are lovely things, and I’ve since invested in a sprouting tray, a set of four trays, actually, where I … Continue reading
A few people have asked how the chicken transition is going, so I thought I’d give you all a brief update. You’ll remember from the last post that the introduction of my chickens to the winter quarters in the pig … Continue reading
The chickens have had a rough week. It rained pretty much solidly for three days, and then last night gale force winds came blowing in. It was the kind of night when it is good to stay in and have some … Continue reading
I remember now why my forays into Japanese food haven’t gotten very far. It is actually hard to find really good ingredients. Even with my guide, I’m having trouble. My first big shopping trip was to United Noodles in Minneapolis … Continue reading
In winter, when I’m not just harvesting and sauteeing the seasonal vegetables, I like to play around with a cuisine. One year it was Indian food, after a January trip to Los Angeles. Another year it was Middle Eastern cuisine … Continue reading
Steve’s business is so busy now that he could work right up until the ground freezes. So for several months the talisman word has been “El Nino.” “It’s going to be an El Nino year.” “It’s going to be a … Continue reading