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Hunger and Art: Norwich Farmers' Market

The return of the farmers’ market–THE sign of spring. Even early in the season, we are all there, and there’s plenty to find.  (but not yet those tomatoes) You can read about my recent foray here: 6 more words


Search and discovery...more of GA and SC!

When our day shifts at the gate house are over and we’re not being lazy or resting our paws, maybe even plopped out on some tree limb like these dudes, we go out searching new discoveries! 1,162 more words


Place - Buying Local/Farm Stands and Markets

The Brown Farm is located in Heislerville, on the way to the Delaware Bay. The owner sells the ‘odd’ plants I enjoy finding. I was excited to find penstemon, a tall perennial that attracts hummingbirds, and a new variety of purple bee balm. 70 more words


South Carolina Day Trip...Greenwood and McCormick

Our first real local road trip, we left earlier than usual one morning in hunt of a local farmer’s market. Knowing there is one in Augusta, our first thought was, “no way am I heading towards all of the Master’s Golf Tournament traffic.” So first market that popped up on a Google search proved to be in Greenwood, SC. 894 more words


Corn Pudding - Thanksgiving review

One of my goals this year for Thanksgiving was to add one new recipe, and I had been thinking about something with corn. We have great local corn here in the summer, but this is not the time of year for it now, so how to make something that bridges the gap between late summer and early fall – at least early fall for us – not quite cold-ish yet. 504 more words


Thursday Doors–Closed

The gutters have been cleaned, in advance of the last curbside pickup of leaf bags and the last Saturday that the town’s compost site was open. 538 more words

Thursday Doors

Mom's Genoese Stuffed Peppers thanks to Smith Farm

This amazing pile of stuffed peppers may not take home any beauty awards, but they win where it counts.  I could barely keep the hands off them long enough to take this picture.  44 more words

New Hampshire Farms