Echo Valley Community Garden held the first outing- cleanup and prep. A chilly spring day but spirits were ebullient to be back gardening. Some beautiful winter plants were picked and an amazing crop of garlic was thriving. - Mr. Mole reporting.
Echo Valley Community Garden held the first outing- cleanup and prep. A chilly spring day but spirits were ebullient to be back gardening. Some beautiful winter plants were picked and an amazing crop of garlic was thriving. – Mr. Mole reporting.Read more.. Winter Garden Cleanup
This is my second try at sourdough raisin bread. The dough is a mix of bread flour and whole wheat. After the dough was mixed…Read more.. The Age of Raisin
Wow it’s December and we are still in the garden picking beautiful Brussels Spouts. Some people like roasting these in the oven. But, forget about…Read more.. All the Way From Brussels!
Chopped and boiled, fried or steamed, cooked in soups and stews, carrots are a friend to all, but that is hardly news.Read more.. Sylvia’s Pickled Carrots
Tasty fall soup for this bout of colder than necessary weather. Home made chicken/vegetable stock with Echo Valley squash and potatoes and some just picked…Read more.. Fall Soup
Garlic planting Oct 18. Many hands weeding, hoeing, peeling and planting.Read more.. Garlic Planting in Winter Garden
Findhorn beware! We’re talking about Valley Power!Read more.. Cabbage Town
Poetry speaks at a subconscious level. Poetry is the REM sleep of civilization. We need it. Print it, read in the bathroom. In the bath. Put it on a tablet. Read it one parapet at a time.Read more.. as freedom is a breakfastfood
The Order of Good Cheer started by Samuel de Champlain in 1604 is perhaps the oldest harvest related celebration by European settlers in North America. The idea of good cheer and good food to keep the spirits up seems as relevant today as ever.Read more.. Order of Good Cheer
Maybe the Echo Valley fall celebration wasn’t the fall fair, but, heck, it was better! Delicious pies, great music, dancing, prizes, and the greatest Zucchini…Read more.. Newsflash! Summer is Over