Farm Happenings at House in the Woods Farm
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Farm Happenings at House in the Woods Farm

Farm Happenings for June 8, 2023

Posted on June 5th, 2023
FARM CHI RECIPE AND STORY LINK: WHAT'S GROWING ON Spring greens give way to some heavier crops like kohlrabi and cabbages. Kohlrabi is an alien-looking bulb that is popular in Europe. Peel away the purple skin and slice the wh1 read more »

Farm Happening May 29

Posted on May 29th, 2023
PLAIN TEXT, and FIND LINKS HERE MAKE FARM CHI! Farm Chi is kim chi made with whatever we are harvesting on the farm. Read my blog with the story and how to! Link in plain text below. Basically, start with napa cabbage soaked in a salt brine and then rinse and add bits like carrots, scallions, garli1 read more »

Farm Happenings for May 25, 2023

Posted on May 22nd, 2023
Plain text copy:   SPRING IS FOR GREENS Early season harvests are full of succulent greens, so enjoy your salads and stir-fries. Find a couple favorite dressings and sauces. I might make a lemon-tahini dressing this week, but my go to is often a sweet sesame-soy salad dressing. I like it on na1 read more »

May 18, 2023

Posted on May 14th, 2023
RECIPE: Kale Chips Text repeated here in plain format for adaptive technology:  RECIPE: An adventure in eating from the is something powerful about standing on the ground that grows your food and witnessing the process. W1 read more »

Farm Happenings for November 17, 2022

Posted on November 14th, 2022
Some easy reading, one of Ilene's Mother Earth News blogs:  What Keeps Farmers Busy in the Winter Text: More of the wonderful same! We have a nice variety of greens and storage crops. And we still have tomatoes! This week's freezing temps will put an end to summer crops. We are in cleanup mode1 read more »

Farm Happenings for November 10, 2022

Posted on November 7th, 2022
Text repeated here for adaptive tech: What's Growing On? Are you loving fall greens?? They are all flowing now, a bountiful harvest. The bok choy in particular has been mild and huge. We trialed a new variety and I love it. Eat the thick crunchy stalks like celery! They make fun edible spoons too.1 read more »

Farm Happenings for November 3, 2022

Posted on October 31st, 2022
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Farm Happenings for October 27, 2022

Posted on October 24th, 2022
  Text also here for adaptive translation: Fall share is turning out to be a bountiful one. The greens grow big, succulent and sweet. They love this weather. We finally add sweet potatoes now to the other carbo staples--potatoes and butternut squash. Yet we still have some zucchini to offer fr1 read more »

Farm Happenings for October 20, 2022

Posted on October 17th, 2022
  Sweet Potato Dig Event info --sign up here or reply back if you are planning to join us, so I have an idea of the numbers. Or just show up! Text duplicated here, for adaptive audio and screen meters: Welcome to Fall Share! I love the greens of the cool fall months, as well as the conti1 read more »