I have a waiting list for another Grow More Vegetable class. If I have 5 more folks sign up, we’ll do it again on February 9 am-noon at the GLC/IFM office. Here’s the full description again. Just call or email me to register and you’ll pay at the door. This is an interactive vegetable growing[…]
Sometimes I have a hard time thinking of what to cook. This is great resource from the NY Dept of Health that has healthy recipes in both English and Spanish! Click here to open the pdf and then click on the vegetable or fruit of your choice to view all the recipes. I clicked on braising greens[…]
Seed catalog are filling the mailbox and it’s time to start planning what to grow this year. This is an interactive vegetable growing workshop for all skill levels. We’ll meet at the Grayson LandCare/IFM office at 108 Courthouse Street, Saturday January 26th from 9 am to noon. Cost is $10 and light refreshments will be[…]
The 13th annual Grayson County Youth Livestock Show had 58 participants . Beef and dairy cattle, lambs, pigs and chickens were exhibited. In addition, the County Fair had 95 entries! There were youth and adult classes in baked goods, canned goods and vegetables. 7 area agricultural organizations also had informational displays. Thank you to everyone[…]
This is great resource from the NY Dept of Health that has healthy recipes in both English and Spanish! Click here to open the pdf and then click on the vegetable or fruit of your choice to view all the recipes. I clicked on lettuce and here’s what came up: Lettuce & Bread Salad Ingredients: 6 cups[…]
Saving your own seed allows you to select plants that meet your needs. You can choose for size, color, taste or growth patterns. Save money! Seed prices seem to rise every year. While you will probably not save everything that you need, or want, you can save a few varieties every year to ensure that you’ll always have seed. Some cultivars seem to disappear from the catalogs every year, to be replaced by hybrids or patented plants. As long as someone is growing a variety, and saving the seed, the genetics are somewhat safe.
COOKING DAY- June 1st: Biscuits and gravy: Jen started the morning with biscuits and gravy. She made the biscuits at home. Heartmoss Farm sausage was browned until done. Add a handful of flour and stir until the flour is browned and fat is absorbed, making a quick roux. Add milk gradually while stirring until thickened.[…]
Friends of the Market, It’s finally June and starting to feel like summer! Lots of produce is coming into the Market and Chef Jen is ready to cook this Friday, June 3rd. To date the menu includes carrot top pesto, grilled kale salad, beef with shiitakes, edible flowers, curried beets and carrots and ….June 10th[…]