Homemade pita really isn’t as hard as you may think. Plus, when you make them from scratch you can control the type of flour that you use. I have a flour mill and grind fresh whole wheat berries for the wheat flour in this recipe, but store-bought flour works well too, just make sure it’s as fresh as you can get for better flavor.
There really is not much better about summer than sun-sweetened raspberries! Here’s a favorite recipe of ours using two of summer’s fruits: raspberries and rhubarb.
Yes, it’s idyllic, the farm life.
We’re our own bosses and spend our days planning, planting, tending, weeding, harvesting, prepping, marketing and selling. We are market farmers. As we prepare for our seventh season, here’s the top 5 things we wish we’d known before we jumped headlong into this crazy but seriously rewarding lifestyle.
A while back, a potential egg customer stopped by the farm on a sunny Sunday afternoon while we were outside working. I stopped my task at hand to greet him and show him where the self-serve porch mini refrigerator is set up. He promptly bought the last 5 dozen eggs that we had that day. […]
You all have probably guessed by now…I deeply care about animals of all types. So while it pains me to write this post, I feel there needs to be an explanation. About 6 times a year, someone approaches us to ask if we will re-home unwanted chickens. Most of the time, the request is for […]
It’s almost spring, and that means chicks will arrive soon at the local feed store. However, if you have never watched new baby chicks hatch, it’s one of the coolest things to experience. I’ll give you a brief tutorial and I hope you consider trying it. I hatch chicks in small quantities so that I […]
Classic Crème Brûlée We get to enjoy treats like these when our farm fresh eggs are plentiful. Turn everyday ingredients like eggs, whipping cream and sugar into a classic custard with make-ahead qualities. Ingredients 6 egg yolks 2 cups whipping cream 1⁄3 cup granulated sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla Boiling water 8 teaspoons granulated sugar Directions […]
If you’re fortunate enough to have your own laying hens, (or purchase fresh eggs directly from a farmer) then you may already know the one downside to having the freshest eggs possible: they don’t peel easily after being hard boiled. After many attempts, I’ve finally developed the best method for hard-cooking farm-fresh eggs. Ready? I […]
With a little planning, carrots are a great crop to plant in the fall and harvest throughout the winter. They actually get sweeter with the colder weather. Here’s a recipe I like to use when carrots are abundant.
We’ve made it! It’s December 21, the winter solstice. Although I am not a big fan of the shorter day length and winter in general, the dynamics of how our big Earth is put together never ceases to amaze me. Our days will be noticeably longer a month from now and that makes me hopeful […]