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Farm Happenings at Sunny Cone Farm

All Good things must come to an End.Or at the very least take a break...

Posted on October 18th, 2019
We all want to first of all thank you for allowing us to be your organic produce farmers!  Wisconsin has four unpredictable, predictable seasons. It seems that no matter how hard it is to say whether it will rain or not as of late, winter shows up faithfully. The leaves are in full blown fall color... read more »

The Miracle of Organic Growth!

Posted on October 12th, 2019
Whether it be a plant, animal, insect, fish, or a human being, the process of organic growth is miraculous! Just a tiny seed becomes an amazing creation over a period of time. But it never happens all at once. There is a process, a journey that each must take to reach its final destination. With produce... read more »

The Wonders of Winter Squash!

Posted on October 6th, 2019
The wonders of winter squash   By Mountain Eagle Staff | on October 25, 2017 By ANGELA SHELF MEDEARIS       I used to look at the hard, oddly shaped exteriors of winter squash and pass them by, mainly because I had no idea what to do with them. Then... read more »

Bok Choy!

Posted on September 30th, 2019
Bok Choy   Overview Identification Nutrition Info Selection Storage Preparation Recipe Free Recipe Book SHARE THIS:   The Encyclopedia of Food is part ofthe Precision Nutrition Network All content © Precision Nutrition Overview Bok choy is... read more »

Pie Pumpkins!

Posted on September 21st, 2019
Winter squash has been enjoyed by myself and Heidi when fall rolls around since the beginning.  Acorn, butternut, buttercup, and others served baked with butter, maple syrup, cinnamon have been our usual routine when it comes winter squash. I really never considered pie pumpkins in this group for... read more »

Farm to Table!

Posted on September 16th, 2019
WHAT IS “FARM TO TABLE” AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT? October 1, 2015 · by soilsmatter2011 · in Environment/Ecology, Farming/Gardening, Human Health. · Before your next meal, think of this short grace: “In back of... read more »

Brussels Sprouts!

Posted on September 8th, 2019
Brussels Sprouts are a member of the cabbage family, Brassica. Another name you hear is Cruciferous. There are hundreds of varieties in this family including mustard and horseradish. One interesting characteristic of Brussels Sprouts is the way they grow. Although they resemble the structure of a head... read more »

Eggplant Solution ---- Baba Ganoush!

Posted on August 30th, 2019
I remember back in 2009 when one of our CSA members approached me with a concerned look. I asked is everything ok.  The reply came, " please do not put those eggplants in my box anymore!"  Yes, we will not put eggplant into your share again. As you wish. May I ask how you prepared your eggplant?... read more »

First Fall tree Sighted.

Posted on August 23rd, 2019
As we were driving today through the hills we sighted a maple tree fully in the process of showing off its fall colors. Bright red. Amazing for August 23rd! Early winter perhaps? Only one knows for sure.  I then walked out to check on the winter squash  and found this little pie pumpkin looking... read more »