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Lukes Farm Fresh Eggs

Farmer Luke’s (our sons’s) chickens are producing eggs faster than we can sell them lately.  They’re $4.00/dozen.  I will deliver them with your order this week, just email me and let me know you want a dozen or two or three or four 🙂

Grilled Pumpkin Soup

This next week we will be grilling a fall favorite…PUMPKINS.  From what I have researched the pumpkin pictured above is known as a Red Kuri Pumpkin/Squash…if you know any different, please let me know.  I discovered this pumpkin last year, fall 2013.  It’s beautiful deep orange color and unique shape made it hard for me…

All About Convenience

Life is Busy these days for all.  Convenience in the foods we buy is very important.  While looking for convenience most are also looking for ways to: loose weight control blood pressure control sugar levels (diabetic) fight cancer …just to name a few.  Here are a few tips on how to make a LOW CALORIE…

Summer Flowers are spent

Summer Flowers are beginning to look spent, at least mine are, but summer tomatoes and other vegetables are at their prime…making the best soups especially our Gazpacho:) This week we are trying our hand at a new soup. I found it on Twitter. A friend posted it from her grandmothers old recipe notebook. She calls…

My Garden

Hi my name is Ruby and I am going to tell you about my garden.  My mom helped me plant my garden. We planted a lot of plants, such as basil, cilantro, ruby german green tomatoes, chocolate stripe tomatoes,  and a few other kinds of tomatoes, peppers, mint, marigolds, black eyed susans, broccoli, watermelon, eggplant, and a bunch of other flowers and…