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

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 »

What is an Heirloom Tomato?

Posted on August 16th, 2019
Heirloom tomatoes have been selected over the years for their flavor. The word “heirloom” refers to the history behind the fruit, provoking endless images of farmers in their garden taste-testing and then saving seeds from the best tomatoes. Each heirloom variety has a distinctive story,... read more »

Canning Season is Upon Us!

Posted on August 10th, 2019
Canning season is here!  When the cold Wisconsin winter winds blow it is no longer possible to go out to the garden and pick fresh local produce. Instead of going to the super market our forefathers families got busy, like squirrels who gather nuts for their winter food supply, putting up produce... read more »

Tomatoes and Banana Peppers!

Posted on August 5th, 2019
It is hard to believe that after planting back in March that the tomatoes and peppers are bearing fruit. I am not sure about you, but I can not help asking myself how the time flies by so quickly any more. Here we are in August and we can now start turning our thoughts to salsa, sandwiches with tomatoes,... read more »

Tomatoes and Banana Peppers!

Posted on August 2nd, 2019
It is hard to believe that after planting back in March that the tomatoes and peppers are bearing fruit. I am not sure about you, but I can not help asking myself how the time flies by so quickly any more. Here we are in August and we can now start turning our thoughts to salsa, sandwiches with tomatoes,... read more »