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Squash WisdomRays of low November sun glint through greenhouse glass. The air outside is crisp and smells of Earth going to sleep. Leaves blanket the ground in beautiful bronzes, ambers and rusts. In the warmth of the greenhouse, I methodically schoop the hull-less seeds from the squash named "Buschol Kurbis, Curcubita pepo. My skin is... Continue Reading →
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This week marked the official turn of the seasons. The weather has become consistently cooler and the completion of the final Heirloom Harvest dinner have begun the transition for fall. Monday I spent my day working on items for a dinner with Carina. I started off by making a venison stock. Meanwhile I made a... Continue Reading →
To me, good food refers to food that is high quality and satisfying. It's something that can be categorized by these traits but also has many more meanings. What is good food? Although it is hard to narrow this down to a few simple parts, I am convinced that good food falls into two categories.... Continue Reading →
Food is more than the recipeChef Anita Eisenhauer
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The nature of the tasks this week were such that taking pictures wasn't quite as practical as usual. Don't fret, there will be plenty more cool things to see as the season progresses. Monday started with the usual trip to the hospital garden. The harvests have been slowly dropping off so I spent my time... Continue Reading →