Farm Happenings at Sunny Cone Farm
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Farm Happenings at Sunny Cone Farm

Refrigerator Pickles!!

Posted on July 26th, 2019
These do not last long around here.  We eat them up in a hurry! Refrigerator Pickles are real yummy and easy to make. I just googled easy refrigerator pickles and followed the directions and we had them one week later. Amazing!!!! read more »

Interesting Weather Always Makes Farming A Challenge!

Posted on July 22nd, 2019
Hi All! Wow what a summer we have had!  It has not just rained cats and dogs, it has been more like hippos and elephants......Lots and lots of rain! Sometimes I expect to wake up in a new Wisconsin rain forest. As  one friend recently told me, "Andrew, farming never really never just works... read more »

Sugar Snaps!!

Posted on July 20th, 2019
Sugar Snaps in July?  This is a first for us.  They have been worth the wait though:) We love eating these little green peas pods and all. Raw or with ranch dressing it is easy to eat quite a bit of these.  Hope you all love them! read more »

Sugar Snaps!!

Posted on July 15th, 2019
Sugar Snaps in July?  This is a first for us.  They have been worth the wait though:) We love eating these little green peas pods and all. Raw or with ranch dressing it is easy to eat quite a bit of these.  Hope you all love them! read more »

Ice Cream Social!

Posted on July 12th, 2019
There is something that we at Sunny Cone Farm have been looking forward to for what seems to us a long time.......The Ice Cream social at Grazin Acres.  I personally have tried several of Vernon's Ice Cream creations, and there is one word that comes to mind. Delicious!! The Cone family gets pretty... read more »

Sun Gold Cherry Tomatoes!

Posted on July 10th, 2019
This is a great time of year. The Sun Gold Cherry Tomatoes are starting to come in! These little orange globes bring a party to your pallet!  read more »

Cauliflower On The Farm

Posted on July 5th, 2019
Snow Crown Cauliflower has been with us now for over a week.  What does a person do with these puffy cloud shaped over sized snow ball like offerings from the vegetable kingdom?  For starters eat it raw!! We like to dip it in Ranch Dressing too.  Steam it and drizzle butter over the top... read more »