"If people let government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny."
- Thomas Jefferson


Liefsbeth picking tomatoes


Grab one of these Saturday!

Wednesday, September 30, 2009


csers whats up? this csa is dedicated to hogleg - the nebraska shooter of the year. also gold medalist at the state games. has he shot a buck yet this year? yes (pic above) hogleg is even money to make it to the finals with buyback on saturday. see you there for croquet extravaganza.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

csa fall

dont forget to roast the seeds of butternut squash and pumpkins. two kinds of pumkins coming. both highly prized for cooking. one is a sugar pumpkin that looks like a traditional pumpkin the other is a cheese pumpkin which is just a large round butternut squash. the best thing to make with them i think is pumpkin pie. you always here how much work making a pumpkin pie is - when i hear that i dont bother suggesting they roast the seeds because its way too much work to clean the seeds. principal food crop in most of the world - here we carve an ugly face in the them and throw them away. barb has posted a couple articles on vaccinations. it appears that these are coming down the pike. lots of medical personel refusing them and most people dont trust them. key word squalene i think. new item that tastes like dirt tomorrow: jerusalem artichokes. also called sunchokes. have fun with them. steger calls them jesus fingers.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

CSA Post- From Barb

Ross is in "meetings" for his show on Friday.
New this week: Butternut squash.
Still lots of beans. Picking them is a FT job...I guess I should
just be happy I have one. But, if anyone hears of anything that
might get me out of the bean fields for a while...let me know.
Sometimes you just need a reason to shower. Sorry the eggs will
be low this week...our chickens need to get used to their new digs.
Please bring boxes.... the situation is dire. See you Friday at the
Bourbon...unless you are averse to the laughter.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009


hey csaers
greens tomorrow are going to be really good. make them up. no more than thirty seconds in boiling water. the nightclub is almost opened. this nightclub is "goat heated" in the winter - fifty goats will live below it. an old polish tradition. and welsh. the dancefloor is heated by goats. hogleg (pictured) is going to pick up some hours this winter as doorman. great use of whole csa box tomorrow = chile. no wash - cut up and place in pot with chili powder and salt and pepper. eat as ark state whoops huskers. friday is the anniversary of 9 - 11 - I always dress up as osama bin laden for 9 - 11 and just run around town - hide in the gutters and behind bushes. so far so good.

CSA Reminders

Hey Guys-
Just a reminder for those of you on payment plans that there are only 5 more weeks of the
extravaganza known as csa. If you need to know your balance owed, let me know. This is also a reminder to all of you to return your boxes. After the deluge in the garage last week, we are running a bit low. Thanks!

Wednesday, September 2, 2009


hey csaers
zucchini are great on the grill. cut em the long way like a steak and grill with olive oil and salt and pepper. medium rare. put A1 on em. giving vegetarianism another thought after seeing food inc last friday. wow - yuck. if eggs are a little off its because we are incubating. plugging my comedy show the 18th of this month friday. three comedians - eight bucks. richard reese is worth the price of admission by himself. a good way to use the green beans is to make the old time favorite three bean salad using just greenbeans. year of the carrot peaks tomorrow. carrots not a specialty at the farm. probably need to add sand to some of the beds. everything likes that really. hope everyone is looking in to this vaccine thing. the makers of the vaccine are saying they arent going to take it. worth reading about. see you tomorrow.