….aka coming back to the ville.
Sometimes life throws you for a loop and you feel like your on the worst roller coaster ever and can never pause long enough the make sense of all the events rushing by. But all things must end so soon you start to understand and make sense of your new surroundings. You might not feel comfortable, or at home, but slowly you adapt and perhaps even come to love the new phase of life you’ve entered.
And when you leave, you know you’ve found your new home when you are content to come back.
Sometimes, somehow a few seeds get in a part of the garden that they weren’t intended to be in. And then they grow and they look unidentifiable but you still let them grow. And then one day you decide to pull them out because it’s time to replant for the fall garden. And you discover luscious, crunchy, gigantic turnips
Yes that’s my dog for comparison.
Order your premium heritage certified organic soy free turkey today!! They are almost all sold out so don’t miss out on this delicious opportunity!
Toast a thick slice of your favorite hearty bread (for me it’s my mama’s). Add thinly sliced cheese while it’s still warm, the last of the summer basil, and leftover steak from your organic cows. Bon Appetit!
Close your eyes and imagine a beautiful cottage situated in the mountains of Italy… Hanging from wooden beams are braided garlic and onions, bouquets of drying herbs, and peppers handing on a string.
Sometimes we can’t exactly escape to our imaginations but we can find inspiration within them:
Here are the last of Freedom Run Farm’s beautiful and delicious heirloom peppers drying in our kitchen, waiting to be used in hearty winter dishes, to remind us of the summers that are yet to come.
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Tagged DIY, Fall, family, farming, food, lifestyle, organic, Photography, preserving, Summer
I used to not really enjoy figs (except in fig newtons of course)… I think it is rather a grown up taste.
Last winter that all changed: I had a chewy, sweet dried fig covered in chocolate (maybe the key to liking anything is dunking it in chocolate?). So naturally I was looking forward to making them myself… But unfortunately the turkeys found the fig trees before me and this was all that was left
I have often mentioned how I could not have gotten as far with my business today if it had not been for the sacred heart community.
Here is a wonderful article written by the student newspaper about FOWL
Please read and enjoy!!