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Monthly Archives: December 2013

First Day of Winter in Savannah

A little mud for good measure…

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the end of a season

We finished our last CSA pick-up for the 2013 season a couple of weeks ago. After a lot of consideration and garden observation we knew it was time to end the season, so we informed our CSA members and ended the season on one of the most beautiful Saturdays of the year. Besides the normal veggies, everyone … Continue reading »

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And the winner is…

As it turns out, Sharon just received some new essential oils, including: Jasmine, Gardenia, & Coffee!!! Woo Hoo!!! Now, for Magnolia, Banana (an email suggestion), Butter Pecan Spice and Bacon & Eggs. Okay, no way would I ever want to bathe with Bacon & Egg scented soap, but we almost sent Travis a bar for trying. We are so … Continue reading »

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Goat Milk Soap Giveaway

I’ve told you before about the soap from our dear friends over at Sheldon Farm and Dairy. I’ve never been so excited about soap in my life. I have a soap making book. Andy and I have stirred pots of lye and made our own soap and we’ve made lots of other things too, which our … Continue reading »

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Bacon

The smokehouse is full! Bacon, sausage links, hocks, and tails are hanging from the roof and the pecan wood and pecan wood chips are smoldering nicely. I know the images from the last post weren’t very appealing. It wasn’t very appealing to think about how the casings were prepared for the sausage links either, but … Continue reading »

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Butcher Shop

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Grapefruit & Mistletoe

  We sent our CSA members an email earlier this week explaining that the garden was producing THE SAME FOOD as usual and that the goats mowed down all of the broccoli, cabbage and collard greens. After we pulled ourselves together and assessed the damage, we knew it was time to ‘confess’ on behalf of … Continue reading »

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What week is this?

Hello! Howdy! Hey! Thanksgiving! We’re thankful! So thankful! So So So So So So Thankful! Thankful for our family and friends. Thankful for a safe place to live. Thankful for a beautiful place to farm. Thankful for our business that challenges us. Daily. Thankful for our children. Thankful for our CSA members who are so kind, … Continue reading »

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