May22014

sesamestreet:

Grover learns about fruits, vegetables, and that you shouldn’t put sunblock on your salad.

kids food 

April182014

There are 6 fruit trees being delivered today. 3 different apples, a Rainier cherry, a choke cherry, and a peach. We already have 3 plums, one apricot, 4 elderberries, 4 blueberry bushes, raspberry canes, and strawberries. I think we will have the fruit thing covered very soon. Everything is very young right now, but I’m expecting fresh fruit like nuts by the time I retire.

April132014
April72014

Basil, dill, and mesclun mix salad with almonds and parm sounds like heaven right now. Too bad no time for lunch.

me food 

March182014

motherearthnewsmag:

Home Canning: Putting Food By the Old-Fashioned Way

We looked to our readers to find out why home canning is experiencing a modern revival. Their answer: Canning produces flavorful, high-quality food that saves money, builds self-reliance and creates lifelong memories.

By Tabitha Alterman

Photo by Tim Nauman

I love that I am still eating some canned things from last summer. I’m gonna bump it up a notch this year with a pressure canner hopefully.

food 

December72013
November272013

Tomorrow’s Menu

Appetizers: Shrimp cocktail, Roasted garlic dip, Fancy cheese platter, Pickled cucumbers & garlic

Dinner: Big ass turkey, Gluten free stuffing, Homemade cranberry sauce w/ apples, Sweet potato salad, Mashed potatoes, Green beans, Butternut soup, Michael’s hard cider

Dessert: Chocolate cream pie, Pumpkin pie

We cooked all day! I hope the guys from Michael’s office have good appetites. The only thing missing is my mom and sister. I haven’t spent a holiday with either of them in at least 7 years. How sad is that? My dad came down for Christmas 5 years ago. That was.. Interesting. He always makes for an uncomfortable good time.

November172013

tastefullyoffensive:

Food Geometry [mrlovenstein]

(via taemirus)

food 

August222013

boudiccasrevenge:

A person making $50,000/year pays a dime a day into the food stamp program

Seems like I mention this tidbit a lot, whether in discussions or in writing. I think it needed to…

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August162013

boycott monsanto

shaimonster:

get in your car and drive to whole foods
buy non-gmo organic food
let the poor people eat the poison
activism

Right. But.
Everything you can do helps.
The more who CAN buy non gmo/organic, farmers market faire, the better it is for everyone. It encourages the mainstream-ment (new word!) of good food. If you really want to help, grow organic veggies and give them to your foodbank.

(Source: witchstitch, via bunnieznbuns)

August112013
michaellogangardner:

we grew an obscene amount of chickpeas so hummus. melanie’s working the new blender like a champ. tinyfarm garlic brings it all together.

Nomnomnom!

michaellogangardner:

we grew an obscene amount of chickpeas so hummus. melanie’s working the new blender like a champ. tinyfarm garlic brings it all together.

Nomnomnom!

food 

August102013
michaellogangardner:

melanie’s making peachicot jam right now. that is going to taste SO good in january! #homesteading #sorta

That’s me, slaving over a hot stove. We went to the farmers market and picked up some peaches and apricot “seconds”. Perfect for super awesome jam.

michaellogangardner:

melanie’s making peachicot jam right now. that is going to taste SO good in january! #homesteading #sorta

That’s me, slaving over a hot stove. We went to the farmers market and picked up some peaches and apricot “seconds”. Perfect for super awesome jam.

August92013
motherearthnewsmag:

Discover the Many Delicious Types of Frozen Desserts
Get chummy with the whole family of frozen dairy and fruit treats, and you’ll have a wide range of dessert options to fit any occasion. They’re all guaranteed crowd-pleasers.

By Tabitha Alterman
Photo By Tim Nauman

motherearthnewsmag:

Discover the Many Delicious Types of Frozen Desserts

Get chummy with the whole family of frozen dairy and fruit treats, and you’ll have a wide range of dessert options to fit any occasion. They’re all guaranteed crowd-pleasers.

By Tabitha Alterman

Photo By Tim Nauman

August72013

We’ve had a bunch of sungold tomatoes, and two tiny tigerellas, but I ate the first Black Russian tomato off the vine today. Fuck. Yes. Tomatoes. Juicy, meaty, big-ass tomato goodness.

July92013

I wish I could grow noodles.

food wishes me 

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