Category Archives: Farmers
A few weeks ago, I went to Nezinscot Farm in Turner to interview their chef, Ashley Wiencek, about her work in their café kitchen. I had been to Nezinscot Farm before and had missed the intrigue and magic I found … Continue reading
January is a long month. In northern New England, it’s 31 days of snow, cold, rain, ice, and other hydrologic formations. There’s a nostalgic last look at the past year (probably while preparing taxes) and an energetic step forward into … Continue reading
If you click on the beautiful image of “Music Garlic” below, courtesy of Whatley Farm in Topsham, you can read everything I’ve written about garlic on this blog. Today is the first day back to work from my two-week vacation … Continue reading
If your garlic looks like this: It’s a sign. Don’t forget to cut (and use) your garlic scapes!
I just took a quick peek around the internet; imagine my surprise to find the world whining about weather. “It’s raining!” “It’s cold.” “It’s sprinter.” Is my coffee ready yet? The “gooverment” (as O’Pa used to call it) has collected … Continue reading
When I was in college, we had an expression for the phenomenon which occurred the morning after drinking a few too many beers. You know, that tongue stuck to the roof of your mouth feeling? The parch. It’s a silly … Continue reading