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Wood for Ore?

August 23, 2012


Hiking a few weeks back, we got into a speculative debate about low-impact lifestyles that rely on woodburning (vs coal, oil). What’s the equivalency between using ‘standard’ utilities and wood? How much wood would I burn through to run a laptop for, say, a morning? Catan aside, how would this trade really work out? Well, […]

LFN: Blue Rooster Farm

March 28, 2012


A Look at Our Local Food Network A few weeks back we had the pleasure of visiting with Roy and Julie at Blue Rooster Farm.  They are a grass-based farm, devoted to ecologically friendly practices.  Blue Rooster supplies meat and mushrooms to the CSA operated by Village Acres, a vegetable farm run by Roy’s extended […]

Withinseason Reboot!

January 18, 2012


Hello Again! The last post was in September? That means it is time for a reboot. We’ve been busy on the food front even if it has been quiet around here… September was a flurry of canning and preserving. Our second year has been mega-bonus-awesome: the peas just keep rolling out of the freezer with […]

Off we go! Going to Work!

May 5, 2011


A chicken crosses the road...

Hi guys!

April 9, 2011


Goose eggs are silly.

Food in the News

March 29, 2011


Reservations about where some of these acts and announcements will end up notwithstanding, I’m glad to see these six things taking shape.  Let’s hope this momentum builds. Bittman points out that there are now 6,000+ farmers markets nationwide (up from 1,755 in 1994) — and, 898 run during the winter.  We’ve been lucky to have […]