By Sage Osterfeld|2022-09-28T13:08:41-07:00September 28th, 2022|Projects|
Topped off 1 gallon of Batch 22 fermented hot sauce with fresh peppers over the weekend. This will rest for a couple weeks before moving to the big fermenter.
By Sage Osterfeld|2022-09-27T10:22:38-07:00September 27th, 2022|Photos|
I ordered a cold beer for a warm autumn afternoon, but before I could get a sip, this ant kamikazed into it. My wife shrugged and said "well, he's ambitious."
By Terri Osterfeld|2022-09-23T11:45:46-07:00September 23rd, 2022|Recipes|
Got corn that's leftover or past it's prime? Don't throw it away! Here are 5 recipes that'll turn that old sweet corn into a delicious dish.
By Sage Osterfeld|2022-09-22T12:33:44-07:00September 22nd, 2022|Photos|
There it is, the last sunset of the summer of `22. Nothing spectacular, but watching old Sol sink into the Pacific one to close the season was nice anyway.
By Terri Osterfeld|2022-09-21T14:17:34-07:00September 21st, 2022|Recipes|
A super easy cornbread recipe that dates back to 1903. Made with sweet corn kernels and bacon, it's sweet, moist and practically irresistible!
By Sage Osterfeld|2022-09-16T11:25:43-07:00September 16th, 2022|Garden|
That's no simple pile of dirt! That's a mound of super rich, composted chicken manure and straw "bricks" to recharge the spent beds in the vegetable garden.
By Sage Osterfeld|2022-09-14T16:54:12-07:00September 14th, 2022|Photos|
I'm not a detective, but I think those seeds from last year's perfect pumpkin may have cross-bred with another squash. Green Jack O' Lanterns for Halloween.
By Sage Osterfeld|2022-09-12T14:35:28-07:00September 12th, 2022|Projects|
Last week's heatwave got the peppers fermenting too fast, so we reduced the 3rd addition of fresh peppers from 16 to 12oz. Hopefully that will slow it down.
By Sage Osterfeld|2022-09-10T12:24:11-07:00September 10th, 2022|Garden|
Tropical Storm Kay broke the dry spell and washed the plants in the garden. No rain since March, so tho was only 1/2-in, we'll take the full rain barrels!
By Sage Osterfeld|2022-08-29T11:03:27-07:00August 29th, 2022|Photos|
Started harvesting in the little tomato garden today. Can you spot the 3 types (pear, grape and cherry) in the pic? Weird how they're all named for other fruit.