Last Friday I think the temperature actually hit 60 F, and it was sunny and almost....gasp...spring-like. We finally got into the garden! Then on Sunday and Monday new icicles started forming. Temps dipped back into the 20s. Then came the deluge with inches of rain. Today, while certainly not spring-like, was nonetheless the day for… Continue reading Finally….Peas Planted!
The ducks earned their keep today.
With the snow almost entirely melted after yesterday's storm, it's time to start thinking seriously about prepping the garden beds and planting those first seeds in the vegetable garden. It feels like a late start this year, but as I look back through pictures (like the one below), I see that we didn't even start to… Continue reading Are We Late? A Brief History of Spring
Boy do we love husk cherries! They may be our favorite new-to-us crop this season, and we sure have a lot of them! While there are a millions things to do with them, one of our favorites is to make husk cherry salsa and serve it over fish. In fact, we just harvested the remainder… Continue reading Husk Cherry Salsa
We love sushi, and living on the coast of Maine means we can eat almost 100% local sushi during the summer! Tonights ingredients include locally grown seaweed, locally landed bluefin tuna, locally caught squid, and Three Bird Farm pea shoots, carrots and cucumber! Even the beer is local from our friends at Rock Harbor Brewery.… Continue reading Summer Sushi