Tag: Feta

Feta Chive Scones

I don’t know about you, but I have a love/hate relationship with mornings.  I absolutely love to BE up early.  I love watching the sunrise, I love how energetic I feel when I get an early start on the day, I love that first… Read More

Easy Spanakopita Pockets

Easy Spanakopita Pockets

Once again, my friend Linda from Sound Harvest Delivery shared a winning recipe with me.  I am always delighted to learn a new recipe! Spanakopita has never been a favorite recipe for me because of the fussy Phyllo dough.  I love the flavor,… Read More

Radish and Feta Rollups

Sustainable Connections in Bellingham has a great feature going called the Harvest of the Month.  May’s harvest is (drum roll please) RADISHES! I love local produce, you really can’t beat it.  I was talking with Alex at Sustainable Connections about tying in their featured… Read More

Bacon and Feta Stuffed Chicken Breast

On the farm, we tend to make due with whatever we have.  Things are often held up with bailing twine, and that includes a baggy pair of jeans.  When I started doing farm chores, one thing that we were making due with was… Read More

Feta and Spinach Frittata

Feta and Spinach Frittata

John found out that the business will not fall apart if he has breakfast in bed once in a while. In fact, the business benefits because he is rested, relaxed, and ready to go.

Orzo Shrimp Salad

Shrimp Orzo Salad

Appel begins with the letter A.  This fact is really important at church potlucks because: “If your last name begins with A-M, please bring a salad.  If your last name begins with N-Z, please bring a dessert.”  I’m kinda sad that I… Read More

Feta Dip

Feta Dip

Our neighbor Shyla has a secret garden at her house with a gargantuan spider guarding the entrance. The spider sits just above eye level for me so I almost didn’t see it…

The Marlies Method of Cheesemaking: Feta Edition.

“A poetic (and sort of scientific) love story where everything comes together and there is beautiful coagulation and then a LOT of salt. My kind of love story.”

How DNA determines your driving habits

Tractor at store drive-thru

I have a confession to make: I drive like a city person.  People who live in cities tend to drive closer to the center line.  It makes sense because you need to take care when passing the cars parked along the sidewalk. … Read More

Why it pays to listen.

Those conversations with customers at the Farmer’s Market helped to shape our business and how we serve our customers today.