Energizing

January 2017: Roasted Roots and Second Chances

12 days ago   |   By Mountain Feed

IN THIS MONTH'S JOURNAL...
Notes From the Garden: Good Dirt
Herbal Gardeners Salve
Roasted Mushroom Broth with Kombu
Roasted Root Vegetable Salad with Pickled Pumpkin
Carrot & Turnip Top Pesto
Preserved Amaretto Cherry Crumble
Workshops & Events
Introduction
Rain is falling on the roof, splashing and rolling down the mossed green hills of home. The grass knows that a new year has come, and sprouts, tender and vibrant from the muddy ground. The weeds come up, too, energized by the falling water interspersed with days of sun. Even in winter, the garden grows on, and the farmers bring their...
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Garden Notes: Good Dirt

12 days ago   |   By Mountain Feed

There's rain in the forecast, and the clouds have gathered overhead, but as yet, no rain is falling. This is the time I have set aside to work in the garden, and though the weather does not always cooperate with the best laid plans, I don scarf and jacket and gloves, gather tools in a battered wheelbarrow, and set out. For those not familiar with the space, the demonstration garden here at Mountain Feed is the strip of land that fronts the store, paralleling Highway Bordered by sidewalk. It's a lush space, now, even in winter, when the summer crops have disappeared and the stalwart...
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