Runboard.com
You're welcome.
The Pagan Porch - a forum for Pagan Homesteaders and their friends

This board is now closed and read only. No new membership can be gained. Thank you for your interest.

runboard.com       Sign up (learn about it) | Sign in (lost password?)

Page:  1  2  3  4  5  6 

 
Queenyforever Profile
Live feed
Blog
Friends
Miscellaneous info

Registered user
Global user

Registered: 01-2007
Location: Walking a new path in Nature.
Posts: 3596
Reply | Quote
Re: Winter harvest on the farm


ADORABLE!!! Willa is just so [sign in to see URL] would eat everything out of the garden too. I once had to explain to [sign in to see URL] was about 3, that he could help Mommy carry things into the house, but he could not 'taste' test every thing. As he was taking ONE bite out of each tomato we [sign in to see URL] had 7 tomatoes with a bite out of each... emoticon

My Mom used to make "Thursday Soup"....Fridays were our paydays, so by Thursday's we were down to [sign in to see URL] the veggies and any other leftover meats etc, went into the soup! emoticon

---

✴ Birthplace: Earth ✴ Race: Human ✴ Politics: Freedom ✴ Religion: Love♥

1/20/2012, 5:45 pm Link to this post Send Email to Queenyforever   Send PM to Queenyforever Blog
 
Saijen SilverWolf1 Profile
Live feed
Blog
Friends
Miscellaneous info

Head Administrator
Global user

Registered: 03-2010
Posts: 3632
Reply | Quote
Re: Winter harvest on the farm


I'm glad Willa is starting to eat more veggies. Good for her.
My niece's almost 3 yr old LOVES her veggies. That child can put away a HUGE [sign in to see URL] everything in it. And she loves hot [sign in to see URL], hot [sign in to see URL]'ll take a bit, stick our tongue out and pant for a second, then take another bite. Not much she won't eat.

[sign in to see URL] funny about Chris and the tomatoes! Does he like tomatoes?

---
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you"
~~@Saijen@~~
1/22/2012, 10:57 pm Link to this post Send Email to Saijen SilverWolf1   Send PM to Saijen SilverWolf1 Yahoo
 
Queenyforever Profile
Live feed
Blog
Friends
Miscellaneous info

Registered user
Global user

Registered: 01-2007
Location: Walking a new path in Nature.
Posts: 3596
Reply | Quote
Re: Winter harvest on the farm


Loves them, fresh, cooked, canned, tomato sauce any which way...
Our favorite way to eat fresh from the garden ones....
Make a couple pieces of [sign in to see URL] them, slice fresh tomatoes, one level layer on each slice of toast, cover with a thin layer of mayo, and salt and pepper and chow down.
 [sign in to see URL] I'm hungry! emoticon

---

✴ Birthplace: Earth ✴ Race: Human ✴ Politics: Freedom ✴ Religion: Love♥

1/23/2012, 9:34 pm Link to this post Send Email to Queenyforever   Send PM to Queenyforever Blog
 
Saijen SilverWolf1 Profile
Live feed
Blog
Friends
Miscellaneous info

Head Administrator
Global user

Registered: 03-2010
Posts: 3632
Reply | Quote
Re: Winter harvest on the farm


we love a good 'mater [sign in to see URL] bread, tomatoes, salt, pepper and [sign in to see URL] like yours, only in sandwich form.


Texas, how is the winter garden coming along??? Still getting a lot of goodies from it?

---
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you"
~~@Saijen@~~
1/24/2012, 3:22 am Link to this post Send Email to Saijen SilverWolf1   Send PM to Saijen SilverWolf1 Yahoo
 
TexasMadness Profile
Live feed
Blog
Friends
Miscellaneous info

Administrator
Global user

Registered: 03-2007
Location: Austin, Texas
Posts: 3972
Reply | Quote
Re: Winter harvest on the farm


Coming along great at the farm - still in its infancy at the house! I'll be getting more veggies on Thursday and will post an update!

As soon as you guys start harvesting, post what you get too! I know I'm the only winter gardener on the forum right now but spring and summer are just around the corner!
1/24/2012, 3:40 am Link to this post Send Email to TexasMadness   Send PM to TexasMadness
 
Saijen SilverWolf1 Profile
Live feed
Blog
Friends
Miscellaneous info

Head Administrator
Global user

Registered: 03-2010
Posts: 3632
Reply | Quote
Re: Winter harvest on the farm



TexasMadness wrote:
I know I'm the only winter gardener on the forum right now but spring and summer are just around the corner!



Too true!! It sure won't be long before I'll be complaining about all the canning I'm having to do! emoticon
I'll do my best to post photos of our harvests.



---
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you"
~~@Saijen@~~
1/24/2012, 3:44 am Link to this post Send Email to Saijen SilverWolf1   Send PM to Saijen SilverWolf1 Yahoo
 
TexasMadness Profile
Live feed
Blog
Friends
Miscellaneous info

Administrator
Global user

Registered: 03-2007
Location: Austin, Texas
Posts: 3972
Reply | Quote
Re: Winter harvest on the farm


Next load of goodies! Nothing unusual this week but I was glad to have some salad greens back in the delivery!

--Log in or sign up to see linked image content--
1/27/2012, 3:22 am Link to this post Send Email to TexasMadness   Send PM to TexasMadness
 
Saijen SilverWolf1 Profile
Live feed
Blog
Friends
Miscellaneous info

Head Administrator
Global user

Registered: 03-2010
Posts: 3632
Reply | Quote
Re: Winter harvest on the farm


That's rather colorful! Love that y'all are getting such a nice haul each visit to the farm. I'm hoping that the flooding didn't damage the garden!!

---
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you"
~~@Saijen@~~
1/27/2012, 11:35 pm Link to this post Send Email to Saijen SilverWolf1   Send PM to Saijen SilverWolf1 Yahoo
 
TexasMadness Profile
Live feed
Blog
Friends
Miscellaneous info

Administrator
Global user

Registered: 03-2007
Location: Austin, Texas
Posts: 3972
Reply | Quote
Re: Winter harvest on the farm


More yummies! This time Willa ate some raw broccoli. She loved it and of course I let her have a piece!

--Log in or sign up to see linked image content--

I'm desperately waiting for beets though. There are a couple of winter crops that just haven't come in this year - beets, cabbage, brussel sprouts, fennel. They are struggling in the garden! I see other farms near Austin are growing them (they are for sale at the farmers market), so I wish ours would hurry up and produce!!!
2/2/2012, 3:49 pm Link to this post Send Email to TexasMadness   Send PM to TexasMadness
 
Saijen SilverWolf1 Profile
Live feed
Blog
Friends
Miscellaneous info

Head Administrator
Global user

Registered: 03-2010
Posts: 3632
Reply | Quote
Re: Winter harvest on the farm


Lotta greens in this group! Salad anyone????

I wish the climate were warm enough to grow year round [sign in to see URL] that I had a greenhouse where I could do a couple of small beds as well as some potted things like tomatoes, peppers, etc. If we ever win the lottery and have a house build, you can bet I'm going to have a really nice greenhouse!!!!!

Another nice haul, Texas!!

---
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you"
~~@Saijen@~~
2/3/2012, 2:15 am Link to this post Send Email to Saijen SilverWolf1   Send PM to Saijen SilverWolf1 Yahoo
 


Add a reply

Page:  1  2  3  4  5  6 





You are not logged in (login)