Tag Archives: Adirondacks

Meet the Cows

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Projects take time, but you do have to start somewhere, lest you never begin. This was our thinking and applied plan for a future micro-dairy. As some of you may know, we have a big red barn with a grand milking parlor. Some have opined that it was the first “modern” milking parlor in Essex […]

Help Us Get Fired Up!

Help Us Get Fired Up

Help Us Fire Up A Wood-Fired Bread Oven! As many of you know, we have made great progress on our wood-fired bread oven. We got the majority of it completed last year and then BANG – the busy farmer’s market hit and we soared successfully into a full-fledged business – very much in part because […]

Full of Gratitude

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It doesn’t need to be Thanksgiving in order to be full of gratitude. Today we’d like to take a moment to express our gratitude as we go forward into a hectic and busy summer schedule.   Grateful for our new friends We are grateful for all of our new friends at the farmer’s market, you […]

Willsboro Farmer’s Market

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Starting Thursdays June 15th and ending on September 7th, we will be at the Willsboro Farmer’s Market from 9-1pm. It will be our first time at this market as vendors. What is great about it is that it is so close to the farm. One of us can bake and prep bread for Friday’s farmer’s […]

Mad Dash to Farmers’ Market Season

Well it’s finally here. It’s officially Farmers’ Market Season here in the Adirondacks! The Winter Farmer’s Markets we attended in Westport at the Heritage House gave us a great boost in support and experience. Being our first ever market, it was similar to a “soft opening.” These off-season monthly markets provided us the perfect testing […]

Winter Farmer’s Market in Westport

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Saturday January 28th, was the start of the Chinese New Year (the Year of the Rooster or the Fire Red Hen) and it also marked a major milestone for our artisan bread as we attended our first farmer’s market! It came about a lot faster than we thought. We were contacted on our Facebook page […]