Monthly Archives: June 2011
Down-home natural goodness is just outside the back door By Laura Robin, The Ottawa Citizen June 29, 2011 OTTAWA — Anne Janssen lives with her husband in a two-storey red brick house with a two-car garage. Their home is on … Continue reading
Vol. 30, No. 25. 29 juin / June 29 Farmers Market, sort of Fresh bread, local, organic produce all in Aylmer! Aylmerites in search of fresh, local, organic food should visit La Boulangerie aux Deux Frères on Saturday mornings, when … Continue reading
while having our usual morning tea break this past Monday, Nieves shared another one of her delicious, mostly raw, always nutritious, recipes. Kyla suggested it be added to our farm’s blog, so here it is (it is now the featured … Continue reading
Nieves worked on the farm for part of the summer. One morning after the garlic scape harvest, while having our usual tea break, Nieves brought out one of her nutritious snacks: scape pesto. It is delicious a bunch of garlic … Continue reading
Leaving one of the backyard farm plots for the 450 metre drive to the boulangerie. There aren’t many carbon miles in our veggies.
excerpt from Cornucopia’s News Advisory, June 6 2011 Regardless of which food turns out to have been contaminated with deadly E. coli, it is important to remember that the underlying cause of new, highly toxic strains of foodborne pathogens seems … Continue reading
Fraser, Armel, Sarah, Rhona, Skye, Andrew and Anne: tomato stakes, garlic weeding, taking a break and building a bean trellis on the Eardley and Brook street plots, June 4.
Hauling out the fancy proteknet row cover. Seeding carrots with the Earthway precision seeder. Kyla and Nieves digging out 20 year old roots of goldenrod and quack grass so that…. the domesticated tomato can be planted.