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Farm Happenings at Harland's Creek Farm, LLC

Farm Blog Tuesday September 1. 2020

Posted on August 29th, 2020
It is still hot, but we have greens!! Bok Choy and Arugula this week. Given that the weather is still warm, you might want to make a bok choy salad. Try this recipe:  Asian Bok Choy Salad 4 to 6 servings   4 teaspoons rice vinegar 1 Tablespoon soy sauce 1 teaspoon toasted sesame oil ¾... read more »

Farm Blog for Saturday August 29, 2020

Posted on August 26th, 2020
Our second planting of Edamame is in. If you have children in your house, I am sure you are making Basic Edamame. In case you need it, here is the skinny on how to prepare it. Basic Edamame Preparation:  Boil water in a large pan.  Wash Edamame beans well. Add Edamame beans to boiling water... read more »

Farm Blog for Tuesday August 25. 2020

Posted on August 21st, 2020
   It has been a bit cooler this week, and we are delighted. We are still having issues with the eggplant, or more precisely the eggplant seems to be having issues with the weather. We get some rain almost every afternoon, and we think the eggplant does not like this wet weather.   New... read more »

Farm Blog Tuesday August 18, 2020 Okra's Story and Limping Susan Recipe

Posted on August 14th, 2020
Okra was brought to the New World during the African slave trade. In her book on African-American foods entitled High on the Hog, Jessica Harris discounts the legend that enslaved  African-Americans brought okra and sesame seeds with them to the New World hidden in their hair or their clothing.... read more »

Farm Blog Saturday August 15 2020 Okra's Story and Limping Susan Recipe

Posted on August 12th, 2020
Okra was brought to the New World during the African slave trade. In her book on African-American foods entitled High on the Hog, Jessica Harris discounts the legend that enslaved  African-Americans brought okra and sesame seeds with them to the New World hidden in their hair or their clothing.... read more »