Tag Archives: Countryside Conservancy

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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Sunday Funday!

Saturday I attended the Countryside Conservancy Birthday Bash and worked my day job. When I got home I had grand plans of county fair style lemon shake-ups, sweat pants, and some serious lounging. Mike had other plans. His idea of … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Countryside Conservancy!

Saturday I had to work at my day job so I couldn’t attend the Haymaker Farmers’ Market in Kent (womp. womp). However, I totally lucked out and just a few blocks from work the Countryside Conservancy had partnered with the … Continue reading

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Food Swap!

Tuesday was the monthly Countryside Conservancy Food Swap.  I love a good food swap! This month I took six 4oz jars of my lemon curd (each paired with two frozen mini buttermilk biscuits that the swapper could bake fresh and … 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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Old Timey Tuesday: The Bartering Edition

Bartering is freaking awesome. Swapping homemade or homegrown items and keeping the man and his currency at bay is enjoyable on many different levels. Trading something that has my own blood, sweat, and tears for something equally awesome is super … Continue reading

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