Tag Archives: Breakneck Acres

Spring!!

I thought it would neeeeeeeeeeeeeeeever get here! But it’s here! It’s here! And I love it. And I’d love share some of my favorite signs of spring around the farm. My very favorite spring flowers are lily of the valley. We have … Continue reading

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Three cheers for Tom 1

If you’ve followed the blog then you have likely followed the soap opera that is our turkey raising. We scored a tom (Turk) and a hen (JD) in the spring of 2013 from our pal Janee of High Mill Park … Continue reading

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Bye, bye birdie….

Somehow we ended up with way too many birds – roos, spent layers, a broiler that we should’ve butchered a couple of months ago. Selling eggs at the market is an expensive hassle, feed isn’t cheap (especially for roosters who … Continue reading

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It’s not all spareribs and cheesy, meaty breakfast sandwiches over here folks!

As you’ve likely noticed, I post about meat and share meat recipes pretty often here on the blog. We are most certainly carnivores (well, omnivores really) but in reality, we actually don’t eat a ton of meat at Barton Farms … Continue reading

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Breakneck Spare Ribs

By now you should know about Breakneck Acres and my pal Breakneck Ami. I love Breakneck. I love their finely milled whole wheat flour and corn meal. I love their fresh veggies in the summer. And I especially love their … Continue reading

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Food Swap

I’ve talked about my love of bartering and food swaps before. Remember I hosted a food swap last month? Well, yesterday I attended my first “official” food swap hosted by the amazing folks at the Countryside Conservancy. The Countryside Conservancy … Continue reading

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Sunday Funday!

What a great weekend! The first indoor market of the season went really well. The space is fantastic, we had a great crowd and were busy all day, and I was next to my pal Bernie of Swamp Veggies. And since it was … Continue reading

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First indoor market = LOTS of treats!

Saturday, November 2 is the first indoor farmers’ market of the season. I’ve said it before but I’ll say it again – this year the indoor market will be held from 10am-1pm at the United Methodist Church on East Main Street … Continue reading

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Break out the jams!

Last week Breakneck Ami hooked me up with a lot of ground cherries. I was super grateful! But then, as I started husking them, I cursed her a little. 🙂 Ground cherries are unique and delicious and I didn’t want … Continue reading

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Sauced!

Recently I picked up a couple of pounds of pork neck bones from my girl Ami over at Breakneck Acres Farm.  Are you familiar with Breakneck Acres? If not, you better recognize! They organically grow their own grains and mill … Continue reading

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