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This month’s “Down on the Farm” posting was on the first page of the Living section in the Telegraph. Thanks to Julie Christie and Dan Harmon! Local farms give something to their communities during every season, with freshly-picked strawberries to sprinkle … Continue reading
A wonderful recipe that uses snow to make candy!
Every year, farm stands in the Nashua area hang up strings of lights over rows of their Christmas trees. Local families flock to the sweet smelling displays of holiday decorations. Children get excited as the first snow brings out their … Continue reading
No holiday celebration can be complete without a delicious meal to go along with the festivities. This recipe is as delicious and aromatic as a freshly-cut Christmas tree.
Our first post by our new contributor, Julie Christie, is also published in the Telegraph! John Chapman, who is better known as Johnny Appleseed, was most famous for planting apple trees throughout America. However, the people who harvested the apples … Continue reading
With Thanksgiving around the corner, this recipe is a delicious spin on a traditional part of the feast.
Fall is in the air, and piles of pumpkins are ready for picking at your local farm stands. This year’s pumpkin crop benefited from fine weather conditions, as the summer’s low rainfall totals created a moderate drought condition that is … Continue reading
Another wonderful desert recipe from Liz Barbour of the Creative Feast.
Timing is everything when it comes to fruit trees and weather. Fruit trees have different patterns of shoot and fruit growth, so heat, frost, and rain patterns during different times of the season will result in varying responses. An early … Continue reading
This recipe is from Liz Barbour of the Creative Feast combines fresh apples and sweet potatos into a lovely dessert!