This little spicy jumble of goodness might appeal to those with an adventurous palate. You can prep everything ahead of time and throw it together in 10 minutes. I added some jalapeno, red peppers and some fun things like ginger and maple syrup. I even added a wee bit of soy sauce, sesame oil and sherry at the end for that lip smacking flavor. … [Read more...] about Spicy, Garlic-Braised Kale, Carrot and Corn Medley
Don’t we all love strawberry/rhubarb pie? Of course we do – it’s delicious! But other than pie, do you use rhubarb in any of your dishes? I thought not! Today we’re going to fix that and I guarantee this rhubarb chutney will change your life! I used fresh picked rhubarb from Barrie Hill Farms with garlic, onion, golden raisins, white wine, … [Read more...] about Rhubarb Chutney
Rumours. For many years, people have been telling me that they have heard rumours that the farm has been sold. Now that we’re finally into spring, and as I look forward to a season full of bountiful harvests, I thought it would be appropriate to put those rumours to rest for once and for all. The farm has NOT been sold. It is still 100% owned … [Read more...] about The Farm Has NOT Been Sold
This Easy Pasta Salad with Tomatoes, Olives & Basil is a five ingredient dish that makes the most out of fresh summer produce. I love Chickapea pasta for a healthy salad and the shells seem to be especially well suited to this simple dish. This pasta contains only chickpeas and lentils It’s also packed with protein and fiber – perfect … [Read more...] about Easy Pasta Salad with Tomatoes, Olives & Basil
Fiddleheads, tomatoes and fresh herbs are one of those delicious treats that offers both loads of nutrition and awesome inspirational flavors. Fiddleheads tend to the nutty side. Some people think it taste like a cross between young spinach and asparagus. Fiddleheads are the furled fronds of young ferns and found growing wild in the woods … [Read more...] about Sauteed Fiddleheads, Tomatoes and Fresh Herbs
The farm is up and running again and today is the first day of spring! Last Thursday, we welcomed four of our most senior workers back to Ontario from Mexico, and on Saturday we began pruning apples. Today they are working on our Honeycrisp apples. You can learn more about how they prune the trees here Together, these men have a lot of … [Read more...] about First Day of Spring!