Finding Our Meat, Poultry & Eggs? Awesome question! Here are a couple of spots you can go grab some cuts, pick up a dozen eggs or even better – get a fully prepared meal! If you live in St. Lawrence County you have probably heard of Nature’s Storehouse. Filled with food, spices, homeopathic ingredients, fresh… Read More

Thawing….for Spring? We are not ready for spring. It isn’t as if we have any choice, but hearing a forecast of mid 50’s for this week isn’t the celebratory moment you would think. Living as far north as we do, you expect a certain amount of cold, snowy days and thus far, this winter has… Read More

What are Snow Days on the Ranch? Monday had us shipping almost all of the CSA shares out along with the regular orders. Snow started late Tuesday and on and off throughout the rest of the week. With no one coming, a rare thing indeed, Wednesday was a perfect snow day. The guys headed out… Read More

History…. Totally missed last weeks letter to you. Sunday was a blip on the radar…. soup made, off to church, back home for soup, bread and cheese and then off to see a niece practice her figure skating, back home, checked the animals, let the dogs run and back to feed the stoves. A week… Read More

    Seesawing weather. First cold, then wet and warm. Today, the smells that are muted during winter – scents of moisture, rotting, and decay are in the air as we walk about. Instead of being unpleasant, it shows all the hard work going on. The compost pile steams after a good turning, all those… Read More

  Eating, consuming, nourishing, binging. So many words for fuel. So many mindsets on what is right, and what isn’t. Did you catch the latest?  Whole30 and Paleo are bad for you. In Defense of Real Food: a Paleo & Whole30 Dietitian Responds to US News & World Report’s “Best Diets of 2017” Yes, whole… Read More

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