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What could be better than two crazy chicks, some paintbrushes and a buffet full of mocktails and munchies? Not much…. Won’t you join Jennifer and me for an evening of creative expression? Let’s kick those Friday the 13th fears to … Continue reading
We started growing Adirondack Blue potatoes several years ago, back when the Peruvian Blues were all the rage. We’re into that whole ‘eat local’ thing, so why not choose a NY state potato over one of South American origin, no? … Continue reading
Did you get an unfinished post in your inbox? My apologies! I was writing and drinking coffee and watching It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (original version TYVM) and I guess my itchy pinky hit PUBLISH by accident! As … Continue reading
I haven’t had a chance to make this yet this year, but I wanted to share this ‘tried and true’ recipe with you. It’s been a staple in my home for nearly two decades (which makes me feel my age, yes. … Continue reading
This weekend was pretty slow at markets. I’m going with the ‘everyone is having fun away while we’re stuck working’ theory. So I had some time to chit-chat with customers and that was helpful because we had a new veggie this week: … Continue reading
I’m working on it now… but I wanted to give you a sneak preview of the FROSTING TO DIE FOR that I used on The Boy’s birthday cupcakes. It’s weird, easy and fabulous, and you will want to check back … Continue reading
Eat Local and Eat Seasonal are inescapable buzzwords these days. They are all over the news and for the most part we all think that style of eating is a great thing, right? Well, yeah – until we’re just ‘dying’ for … Continue reading
Beautiful leeks sliced and ready for cooking. … OR The FarmGirl’s Kitchen. Leek Gratin was the recipe that I included in our CSA news with this week’s pick-up. This rich yet simple side dish takes minutes to prepare (and hours … Continue reading