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November 13th, 2020

Simple Crusty Bread

A no-knead bread, and you bake it in a Dutch oven. Super simple and great for beginners! Ingredients– 3 cups of all purpose flour– 2 tsp salt– 1 tsp active dry yeast– 1.5 cups of warm water Directions Mix the flour, salt and yeast together in a bowl. Add the warm water and stir. Cover the …

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April 22nd, 2020

How to Cook a Pumpkin

Are you on team home cooked pumpkin, or team canned pumpkin?! 🎃 Both are great, but there is nothing like a freshly cooked pumpkin when they are in season! And it’s great bang for your buck! 💰 Our homegrown sugar pie pumpkins are only $2, and you get so much pumpkin purée from one! 🙌 Cook it, use some in your …

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April 22nd, 2020

Apple Zucchini Chocolate Cookies

I wanted to make a chocolate cookie that was full of good things to pack on my daughter’s school lunch! These turned out so good, I’m going to pack them on my lunch, too! I would say they are a mix of a muffin and a cookie – which is the best of both worlds …

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April 22nd, 2020

Beef & Basil

This recipe comes from the kitchen of our co-worker, Laura! The heat level of this dish can be adjusted based on how many peppers you would like to add! It uses many garden ingredients – so you are likely to have everything on hand once your garden starts producing! Ingredients: 4 garlic cloves, minced1 lb …

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April 21st, 2020

Apple & Zucchini Muffin

These apple and zucchini muffins are packed with all of the things that will keep the kids fuelled for the day! They were also so easy to make! It takes only minutes to grate a couple of apples and a zucchini! We hope you enjoy these muffins!  Ingredients 1 cup grated apple (approx 2 apples)2 …

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August 18th, 2019

Homemade Salsa

What is your favourite thing to do with fresh garden tomatoes?! Mine is making salsa!  We eat so much salsa in our house!  I use it in recipes, as a condiment, or my fave – enjoying it with chips!  I also switch up the recipe each year based on what I have in our garden. …

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July 27th, 2019

Strawberry and Honey Popsicles

Ever since we started beekeeping, I’ve been using our honey to sweeten all of our recipes that usually require sugar.  It’s such an easy swap, and I love that we get to enjoy our honey straight from the hive!  These homemade popsicles have the perfect amount of sweetness, and they are perfect to cool us …

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July 27th, 2019

Crispy Kale Chips

Kale is one of the only things in my garden that I pick from early spring until late fall (as late as December!).  It is the green that keeps on giving!  I’m always trying new ways to serve it to my family.  Lately we’ve been enjoying kale chips – they take minutes to make and …

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April 9th, 2019

Chive Yogurt Dip… and BONUS Recipe: Kebabs!

As soon as the winter days begin to warm up and signs of spring start to arrive, the first thing I do is run to the garden to see if I can see any chives peeking through the cold soil.  It’s usually mid-March, and there is nothing quite like seeing those tiny bright green stalks …

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March 6th, 2019

Winter Vegetable Soup

It’s finally March, but it still feels like winter!  And with a freezer full of stewed tomatoes from last summer, it was the perfect day to take a package out and make some soup.  I had used part of a homegrown butternut squash for dinner last night, so I was inspired to use that, along …

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