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030 Dual duty pastured turkeys, marketing your farm, building a root cellar: Pastured turkeys provide great fertilizer on the lawn. A great Bruschetta recipe with fresh from the garden vegetables. We talk about marketing your farm / farming operation and farmstead business plans. Share how to build a root cellar to preserve food.

030 Dual duty pastured turkeys, marketing your farm, building a root cellar: Pastured turkeys provide great fertilizer on the lawn. A great Bruschetta recipe with fresh from the garden vegetables. We talk about marketing your farm / farming operation and farmstead business plans. Share how to build a root cellar to preserve food.

A partire dalChicken Thistle Farm CoopCast


030 Dual duty pastured turkeys, marketing your farm, building a root cellar: Pastured turkeys provide great fertilizer on the lawn. A great Bruschetta recipe with fresh from the garden vegetables. We talk about marketing your farm / farming operation and farmstead business plans. Share how to build a root cellar to preserve food.

A partire dalChicken Thistle Farm CoopCast

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Lunghezza:
47 minuti
Pubblicato:
Jul 24, 2012
Formato:
Episodio podcast

Descrizione

Fertilizing the lawn with pastured turkeys,
We have the barn back and are busy drying garlic,
9 weeks and less than .25" of rain, TOTAL,
Nugget, Snowflake and nameless are growing up,
Hermione is in heat again and piglets are ready for a move,
We eat good: Bruschetta recipe

1 loaf fresh baguette or Italian bread
2-3 different fresh picked tomatoes
2-3 T good olive oil
2-3 cloves garlic (mashed)
3-4 springs each of fresh oregano, basil and parsley all chopped fine
Fresh cracked black pepper and salt to taste
(optional) fresh grated hard Italian cheese (your choice)


In a bowl combine all ingredients and stir together. Cut bread into slices. Spray with olive oil and place on a medium hot grill until grill marks appear. Spray exposed side of bread with more olive oil and flip.  Immediately place heaping spoonfuls of tomato mixture on the bread and close the grill cover for about 2-3 minutes.  Remove and consume with beer, wine or cold ice tea!
In the CoopCast community:

Lisa asks about managing problems with raccoons in corn,
Austin is interested in our methods of marketing and growing our small farm,
Melanie has a BUNCH of farm business questions which we touch on but will cover more of in the future,
Another question about starting a CSA.

On this episodes Farm U:

Building your very own root cellar is a lot easier than you think

Building
Location, location, location
Humidity
Temperature
Storage Options
Pubblicato:
Jul 24, 2012
Formato:
Episodio podcast