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Time to preserve all of the goodies from this summer.

Be sure to check the labels on how to prep the lids for canning. New plastic has changed the way we should be treating these lids! 23 more words

Wanted: Canners, no muscles needed!

When canning remember the screw bands only need to be finger tight! Make sure you are up-to-date on all the latest food preservation guidelines: https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/publications/food-nutrition/food-preservation-facts-or-myths/fn-1427-food-preservation-facts-or-myths.pdf


CommonGround: Field to Fork Dinner

Common Ground. That is the goal of the CommonGround group…to find common ground around food and farming, and for everyone to walk away with a better understanding of farming and why farmers choose to farm the way they do. 588 more words


Field to Fork Webinars starting August 17

Learn about extending the growing season, planting bulbs, fermenting food and growing microgreens.

The series is an effort to increase North Dakotans’ knowledge of food safety in growing, transporting, processing and preserving fruits and vegetables. 184 more words

Broad Bean And Pea Soup.

As we are growing broad beans we cooked broad bean and pea soup. We added chopped thyme and mint along with potato, stock and celery. Can you tell us any other broad bean soup recipes which we could try?


Field to Fork Open Day inspires children to eat healthily

Somerset school children have been ‘down on the farm’ at an open day set up by Somerset County Council to increase their understanding of how food gets from ‘Field to Fork.’ 450 more words

Press Releases

Pea Soup.

We have planted pea seeds so we decided to make pea soup. We used onions, garlic, butter, peas and vegetable stock. It was delicious. Do you know any other recipes we can cook which use peas?