Cold Spring + RECIPE: Midwest Bok Choy Ramen Salad

Spring is chugging along my friends– chugging along very, very slowly. Things started with a real burst for us in mid-April. We were blessed with 70-degree weather and an absolutely perfect week. We planted onions and lettuce right on schedule. It rained when we needed it to. It stopped just in time. We planted a…

May + RECIPE: Ramp Green Goddess Dressing

Can we talk about where May went? Because the hell if I know. All of a sudden I looked up from the fields and not only was one of my favorite months coming to a close, but our CSA is almost ready to begin, our list of crops to transplant is tremendous, and the temperatures…

Mother’s Day Brunch + RECIPE: Rhubarb Crisp Pancakes

Mother’s Day is really just a very poorly timed holiday. While the rest of the world is picnic-ing and brunching and planting flowers and sipping wine from their back patios drenched in sunshine with their mothers, I’m shouting at mine because can’t she just stop talking and understand her home is my place of employment?! …

Spoiling the Parents + RECIPE: Rhubarb Margaritas

It’s a rare day that I get to cook a full meal at our farm. Cook at home, yes, no problem. I do so almost daily during the off season. But once the farming season gets underway and we begin to spend more time at our farm than our home, the tables turn. Suddenly I…

Springtime + RECIPE: Balsamic Strawberries & Cream Sweet Rolls

This spring you guys. This spring is weird. But then again, I’m pretty sure I say that every year. I just want winter to quickly and efficiently turn a corner into green grass and sunshine and mild perfect, Birkenstock-wearing weather. And it never does. It’s Wisconsin. It warms and then it cools and then it’s…

Transitions + RECIPE: Garbage Quiche

Things on the farm are ramping up my friends. We’ve officially transitioned from thinking about things like balance and travel and having a clean home to thinking exclusively about the farm: what we have to do each week, what we need to focus on and what should be prioritized. In case you haven’t been following…