Tag: kale

recipes: growing grace farm’s mediterranean chicken

This week, I’ve been craving Greek food, and I don’t mean gyros.  I’ve been longing to cook something healthy and delicious in spite of busy schedules and house renovations.  And so tonight, even though we had to leave for my daughter’s chorus performance at… Continue Reading “recipes: growing grace farm’s mediterranean chicken”

recipes: enjoying autum greens

In autumn, the sun sinks just low enough in the sky that she hides behind our trees most of the day.  The farm sadly surrenders to shade which means that fall veggies for us are limited primarily to greens.  No matter.  We love chard,… Continue Reading “recipes: enjoying autum greens”

recipe: growing grace farm’s kale chips

I love to hear my child exclaim “Yay!” when I announce I am making kale chips.  As thin and crispy as regular chips, we love to make these in the summer time.  Different kale will offer you different texture–needless to say, the thinner the… Continue Reading “recipe: growing grace farm’s kale chips”

recipes: growing grace farm’s kale chips

I love to hear my child exclaim “Yay!” when I announce I am making kale chips.  As thin and crispy as regular chips, we love to make these in the summer time.  Different kale will offer you different texture–needless to say, the thinner the… Continue Reading “recipes: growing grace farm’s kale chips”

recipes: enjoying autumn greens

In autumn, the sun sinks just low enough in the sky that she hides behind our trees most of the day.  The farm sadly surrenders to shade which means that fall veggies for us are limited primarily to greens.  No matter.  We love chard,… Continue Reading “recipes: enjoying autumn greens”

lessons learned: the crocus in winter

…. there may not be enough marigolds all summer to equal the first spring crocus ~ Nancy R. Hugo Last week, I traveled to Wisconsin for a business trip.  While I love having a break away from the normal routine, this time, I was… Continue Reading “lessons learned: the crocus in winter”

winter farm fare

winter color on the farm

our new favorite greens recipe

I had a grandmother who didn’t cook with measuring cups and spoons; rather, cooking was like an art to her–part creativity, part experimentation.  Unfortunately, all her masterpieces died with her as she left no record of any of her recipes.  I’d rather leave some… Continue Reading “our new favorite greens recipe”

enjoying autumn greens

In autumn, the sun sinks just low enough in the sky that she hides behind our trees most of the day.  The farm sadly surrenders to shade which means that fall veggies for us are limited primarily to greens.  No matter.  We love chard,… Continue Reading “enjoying autumn greens”

autumn gardening for chickens

I’ve been away from the farm a few days and was delighted to come home to three chickens who were happy to see me. While I’d like to fool myself into believing that they missed their “mother,” but I know it is more than… Continue Reading “autumn gardening for chickens”

kale chips

I love to hear my child exclaim “Yay!” when I announce I am making kale chips.  As thin and crispy as regular chips, we love to make these in the summer time.  Different kale will offer you different texture–needless to say, the thinner the… Continue Reading “kale chips”