My favorite time to farm is late summer and early fall. Tomatoes are coming in by the bucket loads. Most of the weeds slow down. I get to pull plants, plant cover, and start putting things to rest. It’s also the time--at least the best time--to plant my favorite crops: greens.Read More
How do you get through all your spring greens? Eat them for breakfast. Here’s three ways to add more greens to your morning routine.Read More
Chopped up fresh greens are a blank canvas. I find myself reaching for the same thing when making a salad. Here’s a little cheat sheet to help you get out of the doldrums, something to grab when you want to think of something new.Read More
If you can get some prep done when you come home with your veggies each week, it can make the rest of the week feel so much easier. As part of the Greens Challenge, we’re challenging you to prep your greens for the week!Read More
The beginning of CSA farm share is full of greens. Asian greens, lettuce, spinach. . . Spicy, mild, sweet. This is because greens grow so well in cold climates. They are the first ready to harvest here in the northern climbs of Montana. That said, I often feel overwhelmed with a lot of greens. . .Read More
Last weekend my husband and I threw a big party up in Polebridge. It was lots of fun. There were friends who made the trip from all over the place, and we soaked in the mountains of Glacier and ate a lot of good food.
And we had a lot of leftovers, when all was said and done. And not a lot of energy.Read More