The ramps just arrived today along with lots of potatoes. Now to get them in the ground. It's so wet here. We had 4" of standing water in some places yesterday.
We are so fortunate to have found our new friend, Chef Tony Pisconeri (actually, he found us!) He adds a new dimension to the events here at BC Farm! Here is more about Tony and his philosophy on living life to the fullest, eating well and being in good health!
After 2 days of setbacks I now have a new phone with a bullet proof cover that is bright pink. Hopefully it will be easy to spot from the tractor...
This is a day to take care of indoor chores for sure. Problem is that there are too many to choose from! So I'll start in the home kitchen, maybe clean out the refrigerator and make some soup. That is if there is anything edible in there! Sometimes I get so busy with the outdoor things its tough to keep up with inside stuff, especially now that we have the canning kitchen. But ultimately it gets done I guess...just not as quickly as one would like.
This afternoon we'll work on preparing some baby foods for Zoe. RP and I made a trip to the market (the BIG one) yesterday to get sugar for bee syrup (no, its not made out of bees) and visited Romero's stand to pick up some fresh produce, beans, spices, hibiscus flowers and tamarindo for teas. Not like home grown, but it will do in a pinch. I hope to work on the guavas to make jelly today, if not, tomorrow.