1 celeriac (celery root), peeled and cut into 1/2-inch pieces 3 potatoes, cut into 1/2-inch pieces 1/3 cup heavy cream 3 tablespoons butter Place the celeriac cubes into a large pot and cover with salted water. Bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce heat to medium-low, cover, and simmer 12 … More Celeriac and Potato Mash
In this Share: Collards – Champion Mustard – Green in Snow Turnips – Zuercher Carrots – Bolero Beets – Gold / Chioggia Cabbage – Winterfurst Leeks – mixed Cilantro – Santo Parsnips – Cobham Improved Only one week left, so what’s next…? As you’re sitting enjoy your second-to-last share of winter veggies, you might be … More 1/14/13 – Only one week left, so what’s next?
Kale Mache Rutabega Celeriac Potatoes Beets Brussels Pumpkin or buttercup Shallots Parsley Farm Bill BluesLast week, we told you how the Farm Bill (the legislation that determines the our nation’s agriculture and hunger policies) was in a state of floundering and flux. Well friends, it’s flux no more, but rather disappointing disaster. When the fiscal … More Farm bill blues
In this Share: Mustard Greens – Green in snow Collards – Champion Swiss Chard – Rainbow Parsnips – Cobham Carrots – Mixed Cabbage – Deadon Leeks – Liege Potatoes – Nicola Herbs – Thyme Garlic – Nootka Rose Farm Bill 2013 – In the shadows of all the media fuss about the Fiscal Cliff, you … More Dairy Cliff and other updates
http://www.stevesgreenhouses.com/ Hey all – if you’re looking for a small greenhouse for your seed-starting, hot-weather crops, or overwintering veggies check out Steve’s Greenhouses. We just got a 12×20 house from him for starting seeds and transplants. He’s a great guy, running this business as mostly a semi-retirement hobby. He gave us by-far the best deal … More Check out Steve’s Greenhouses
Hey folks – Our farm was recently featured in the Herald Business Journal regarding a new program through Slow Money NW. check it out: http://www.theheraldbusinessjournal.com/article/20121226/SCBJ02/712199879/0/SCBJ Beginning farmers get help developing their business By Debra Smith HBJ Freelance Writer Nathaniel Talbot is serious about becoming a farmer. The 29-year-old relocated from Portland, Ore., to Whidbey Island to … More Herald Business Journal checks us out…