Tag Archives: child farmers

And the two-year-old said “I want to grow a…”

Early evening, after sunset when the dark is drawing near. The fifth day of seven or eight hot days in a row. The first time in three days when the wind has swung around to the south, cooling the air … Continue reading

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And they lived happily ever after

Ms4 was telling her brother a story she’d made up. As usual, a scary monster story. She ended her story thus: “They all went home safe and sound. They became farmers and lived happily ever after.” …I may be guilty … Continue reading

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Making “capers” with nasturtium seeds and a hint of mermaid

Last year at the end of nasturtium season I tried making my own “capers”. I’d read about substituting nasturtium seed pods for capers online, I had the book “Wild Fermentation” by Sandor Katz which gave a reliable method, I had … Continue reading

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Friday photo – We’ve been picking mulberries

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