Recipe: Slow-Roasted Rack of Lamb

Recipe: Slow-Roasted Rack of Lamb

It’s officially spring, and the whole farm is shouting it out loud. We are drowing in goat kids and little lambs, the first bulbed flowers are opening, we are woken up each morning in our tent by overly eager phoebes ready for the new day. There is not a time a...
Monthly Musings: January at the Farm

Monthly Musings: January at the Farm

Oh January..     January at the farm is a month of rest before we start preparing for lambing and kidding, when all animals linger around their barns and shelters and everyone stays put where they are supposed to be. It is curious how the months that are...
How To Dress Your Family For A Winter Outdoors

How To Dress Your Family For A Winter Outdoors

If I’d have to name one single thing that helps us with being outside most of the day as a family, it is wearing the right clothes for the right weather. It sounds so simple, but truly, it did take me a little figuring out before I knew how to not only dress myself...
Recipe: Slow Braised Lamb Riblets

Recipe: Slow Braised Lamb Riblets

Heating our place with a wood stove has been challenging for some reasons, and lovely for others. The 2am wake up to add some logs to the fire gets a little old, the bi-weekly refilling of the wood rack takes some time. But the pleasure of having cast iron pots slowly...
Monthly Musings: December at the Farm

Monthly Musings: December at the Farm

December 2020..   Christmas just passed. Our most thoughtful 80-something year old neighbors gave our oldest boy a telescope. A gift so appropriate and well chosen for our star struck little boy, as well as so meaningful; a tool to help us see the light that...