Monthly Archives: September 2011

Fall is here and there’s a lot going on.

We have been so grateful for the beautiful weather as fall begins. We’ve had the right amount of rain, sun and wind. This past Saturday was beautiful. Eric, Milo and I were able to take a nice walk through the … Continue reading

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Green Chili

The Culinary Ride was a great success last Sunday. Eric, Seth, Ken, Carolyn and Katie spend much of the week getting the farm ready for visitors. Eric spent a good portion of the week getting things ready to make green … Continue reading

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Culinary Ride

Thanks to all the riders who stopped by Salt Fork Farms yesterday. We were the last stop on the 55 mile ride. It is projected we had 80-90 riders out to the farm. Seth, Carolyn, Eric, Milo and I all … Continue reading

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Saturday Market

Over the last few weeks I’ve taken to following the David Miller method of communication. I start by telling you what I think is a funny or meaningful story and then finish with what we will have at the market. … Continue reading

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What’s your favorite?

It’s that time of year. The gardens are full and time has come to really start preparing for winter. Canning and freezing are moving up on the list of things to do. This morning Eric took Milo with him to … Continue reading

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Eastern Iowa Culinary Ride

Have you all heard about this? Are you already signed up? No? Check out the website, sign up and come visit us! http://culinaryride.com/farms.html If Milo and I weren’t helping Eric with the event, we would do the ride!

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Favorite

I wish I could say that this is my most favorite time of the year. It’s not. It used to be. In my old life, before Eric, summers were easy going. The pool was visited often. Many a drink were … Continue reading

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