Category Archives: Historic recipes

Farm, Historic Cooking and Grandkids

As for farming, the tragedies are over, for the moment.   These are the hayloft chicks that I had moved out of the pen the other day.  They seem to be doing OK. This is the peahen who lost her … Continue reading

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Ode to a Manure Spreader and Poultry Uncertainty, Part 5

Our spreader has officially died. This ratchet will not move forward so the spreader won’t move forward either. We estimate that it is around 100 years old.  And it has served us well for many years.  We are hoping to … Continue reading

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Garden Frustrations and New England Clam Chowder

When we returned from our trip, Tom noticed that almost all of our corn had been eaten. He suspects squirrels.  Since the beagle was away too, there was no garden deterrent. And our blueberry harvest has wound down.  It was … Continue reading

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