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Rhubarb Crisp

One of the first vegetables to appear in the garden every spring is rhubarb.  Rhubarb is an easy to grow perennial plant that is mostly used for deserts.  Raw rhubarb is very sour but makes a tart snack for those … Continue reading

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We found some nice morels while walking in the woods this afternoon. Morels are common in Wisconsin.  They prefer the decomposed leaves and grass found near the base of old oak and ash trees. Last year we didn’t find a … Continue reading

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It’s Chive Time

The chives are out of the ground, beating the rhubarb by about 3 weeks.  The first chives of the year are the best, fresh and tender with a nice, mild onion taste.  There are a lot more than we can … Continue reading

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Eggs For Breakfast

The pullets are now starting to lay regularly.  There are more than enough eggs for our own use but not quite enough to put the “Eggs For Sale” sign at the end of the driveway.  We have the farmer’s dilemma … Continue reading

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