Rosehip Syrup & Late Tomatoes

We’re just under a week away from the first day of fall and I’m still plucking tomatoes almost daily. Like most people I’ve spoken to, tomatoes ripened late this year, even for those of us who started from seed indoors in February. I did, however, speak to a market gardener who told me they’ve givenContinue reading “Rosehip Syrup & Late Tomatoes”

Spring has sprung!

This weekend, with snow melting and uncovering most of our working land, we haven’t stopped moving! It’s safe to say, we had been itching for long days spent outside, getting our hands dirty again. And that’s exactly what we did. You might remember from previous blog posts, the old rickety barn that always sat betweenContinue reading “Spring has sprung!”

Heirlooms, Canning, and Misty Mornings

There’s just something about misty mornings, especially an unexpected one in the middle of October. Up here in the Northern Bruce Peninsula, we’ve been sitting around twenty degrees for the past week now, and looking ahead, for another week to come. Inasmuch as this is atypical and raises further question in my mind, I can’tContinue reading “Heirlooms, Canning, and Misty Mornings”