Farming is much more work than folks think. At least in the beginning it can be back breaking, tiring, full filling, exhausting and empowering all at the same time. Most folks don’t give it enough of a try, they have a few crop failures… Continue Reading “Urban Organic Farming 101”
Winter is a great time to grow your favorite lettuce greens. One of my favorite types of big leaf lettuce is this lovely little leafed daisy. I started lettuce back in November and now I’m starting to get fat hardy red heads. I’ve got lettuce in… Continue Reading “Winter Lettuce”
Today’s Recipe: Quinoa and rice pepper ass kicker. 1/2 cup Quinoa. 1/2 cup rice ( long grain unbleached) 2 cups of water. Bring water to a boil, add rice and Quinoa. Mix in 1 tbs olive/coconut/sesame oil. sir. Add mesquite seasoning if you… Continue Reading “Quinoa and rice pepper ass kicker.”
Doc’s Dae’go Fuego South West potatoes. The Fuego Potatoes as I have named them is just this. Yummy red and white potatoes sliced a little thick in a pan with an avocado or coconut oil. ( A cast iron is BEST) A red… Continue Reading “Doc’s Dae’go Fuego South-West potatoes.”
The Rosemary is a long steamed short leafed bush with a strong aromatic appeal. It was used during the middle ages as an incense burning away the evils of sin and the plague. Its worn on the head in wreaths at wedding to help commemorate the event and last forever in the minds of… Continue Reading “Some uses for Rosemary, the herb of memory.”
Fresh Mustard lettuce, Dino-Kale and spinach line our tables with fresh picked produce.