Dear friends of grassfood. We have decided to sell our beloved farm in Colorado. As I know many of you homestead and love this type of life, I ask that you might think of someone who would love this place as much as we do. This property does not have to be run as a … Continue reading
Cilantro Mint Chutney
Sweet Tamarind Chutney without Tamarind
1/2 pound prunes 1 pound apricots 1 pound dates, remove pits.
Cilantro Spiced Flatbreads
Four cups organic white flour make well in center and pour in two cups water incorporate well kneed until smooth, using more flour on surface as needed. rinse bowl with water, place dough in wet bowl, and cover with plastic wrap for 30 about an hour.
I had a cow, once.
I had a cow, named Ferdinand. Given to me by my mom’s friend who became a priest, I think because of her; he was a large, orange, stuffed bull. I carried him with me for years and years, during and after my “Can I be your dog?” phase, which landed me on all fours for … Continue reading
It’s a boy
I have to admit, I’m an exclamation point person. There is no exclamation point in the title. We have so wished for a heifer calf, but he had other plans. But he is darling and Mama Adeline is doing great. Very thankful for that. He is doing very well, and nursing well. Mama passed all … Continue reading
Actually I’m not even sure I can remember how to make a post on my blog, it has been such a long time. But things are beginning to settle, with our recent move to Crawford. You better be careful what you ask for, and I’m always asking for raw milk. Years ago, the man used … Continue reading
Kalon Wall – Cooking With Fire- Gaucho Style – Part Three
Truly the ultimate in Farm to Table dinners. Sometime during the mad rush, the master lost his nametag in the grass. I’m sure he did not notice. Garlic infused olive oil for the chanterelles. My man keeps bringing them up, how spectacular they were, and knowing that I missed this. Never have I been able … Continue reading
Kalon Wall – Cooking With Fire, Gaucho Style – Part Two
part two of the Feast in the Field dinner for Mountain Roots in Crested Butte. Cassie Pence was the organizer for this superb event and she is the board president for Mountain Roots. by the amazing Chris Sullivan, owner of Mountain Oven and The Guild Cafe in Crested Butte. Cassie bringing Kalon some much needed … Continue reading
Kalon Wall – Cooking with Fire, Gaucho Style – Part One
Last night, Kalon invited us to attend a Feast in the Field, a fundraiser for The Mountain Roots Food Project in Crested Butte. He was cooking the entire meal, including two of our lambs, over open fire. Spectacular does not describe the experience. Kalon is truly a master, and his team, superb. Kalon is the … Continue reading