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Here’s my first harvest of 2013. The slow start to spring means that it has taken a while for the greens in the cold frame and hoop frame to begin to size up again. The sorrel has just sprouted as … Continue reading
Something new was harvested this week… Asparagus! This is the third year for our asparagus roots, so we’re harvesting lightly. We’ve picked only 6 oz and we’ve enjoyed it in risotto. We’ve also continued to pick lettuce, sorrel & kale. … Continue reading
The first snowdrop Sorrel sprouting Rye grass greening Chickens enjoying the rye grass Sap simmering on the stove Maple syrup in jars Spring has begun!
Harvests continue to be green this week. This over-wintered red kale was bolting and needed to be removed for planting beans. So I picked the leaves and buds for a curry dish, 4 oz. Other parts of the kale were … Continue reading