When I was younger I stayed as far away from Brussels sprouts as I possibly could. They freaked me out, they looked like little mini cabbages and for some reason mini vegetables were really not my thing. But recently I’ve… Continue Reading →
We are getting chickens soon and I, for one, am super excited! I’m also not overly thinking about how we still need to build a chicken coop and order them and raise them and learn how to raise them, that’s… Continue Reading →
This is the last recipe from our Farm to Table. I think. Probably, could be wrong. I know pumpkins aren’t in season any more and I’m sorry 🙁 But here it is anyway. Save it for next year! I knew… Continue Reading →
As you know, we were up to our eyeballs in eggplants. So naturally I took to Pinterest and other online sources to find some diverse eggplant dishes. This one intrigued me. It had the eggplant, eggs (which we eat lots… Continue Reading →
My new discovery is Sorrel. Jim loves to walk around the garden and have you taste different edible leaves and the one that surprised me the most was the sorrel. It’s a broad flat leaf that looks a lot like… Continue Reading →
For the weekend of September 19th Jim and I spent two nights at Knickerbocker Lake Cottages in Boothbay Maine. It was incredible, a little slice of heaven. The cottage was a perfect size for two people and even had a tiny… Continue Reading →
This seems like a no brainer but this “salad” is one of my absolute favorites. When you use fresh, well made ingredients the flavor is absolutely amazing. I figured as we say goodbye to summer (even though it’s been 70… Continue Reading →
Join writer Jenny and Farmer Jim as they tackle the ins and out of Suburban Permaculture and cooking with homegrown foods. Their hope is to shape the constant growth and change of nature into a healthy lifestyle that includes nutritious eating and creating less of an impact on the world around them.