Category Archive: Garden
We’re nearing the end of our tomato crop, with mostly cherries left, so it seemed a fitting time to do a photo recap of all the random heirlooms we’ve grown this year.
I know, farmers aren’t supposed to take vacations, so don’t think of it as a vacation from the farm, at least for me. Think of it as a vacation from my corporate job. A much needed one. Which is why I took two weeks. [insert “oh my god how did you manage to swing two […]
I know, it’s been a while. A long gap in writing during a time when I should have so much to say about the goings on of this place. But I have a good excuse. Actually, it’s an excuse that all you non-parents will find preposterous and all you parents will nod your heads in […]
The irony (tragedy?) of owning a farm is that you are often too tired to enjoy the literal fruits of your labor. Despite my abiding love of greens, one I blame on a childhood fueled by tastee cakes, we’ve barely eaten any all year. The lion’s share has gone to the restaurants. This weekend, we […]
Going into produce season, we knew we’d need help. Luckily, a friend of ours (okay, so the boyfriend of an old Rev Soup-er, but they’re all family at this point) got into Yale for grad school, meaning he quit his day job and was up for something new. Turns out, not only is our farm […]
The garden in the lower yard (which Will likes to call the Pond Plot) is going gang busters. Every morning Will wakes up at 6 AM to pick and clean vegetables for me to drop off at the restaurant after taking Alston to preschool. As we’re still getting used to the whole routine, I think […]