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  1. feedmefarms
    July 3rd, 2009 03:03 PM
    feedmefarms
    Hi - I have been really busy here at feed me farms with the heirloom garden, several orphaned bottle fed calves, new chickens & Guineas and a newborn miniature donkey. Check out my blog for great recipes, food history and barnyard antics http://www.feedmefarms.com/
  2. bellzeybubba
    April 1st, 2009 08:47 PM
    bellzeybubba
    Thanks for adding me, fellow Texan!

    No hail here... the storms keep inexplicably missing our yard. So we didn't get much rain either! But yes, if it does hail the trees help a lot. They've also helped on these windy days. Too bad they block out so much sun too!
  3. SpaceAge
    April 1st, 2009 01:20 PM
    SpaceAge
    Azores ,

    Island of Pico ...

    When I was a kid growing up there was always Linguisa and Chaurice ( Chauricco ) in the freezer ... I made omlettes all the time ... best Pizza topping ever as well ... I feel kinda ' bad that I don't know but 4 words in Portuguese, Linguisa , Chaurice , Chorrico & Quavish. ... of course those are the MOST IMPORTANT words !

    My Neice went on a Mission for the Church in Brazil and obviously had to learn how to speak Portuguese and some local Spanish combo languages out in the jungles etc ...

    Mexican Chorizo can be pretty nasty actually ... the spices are similar to the real deal , so as a "flavoring" it can work in a pinch.

    Dan
  4. texman
    April 1st, 2009 12:48 PM
    texman
    Great growing now the storms are over. Hopefully Texas will live up to it s reputation as best place on Earth, or anywhere else.
  5. BrianS
    March 28th, 2009 04:15 PM
    BrianS
    I will invite you now! We would really like to have you as "one of us"
  6. LBJudy
    March 16th, 2009 02:11 PM
    LBJudy
    I Love your signature quote! Did you write that?
  7. kyleianfarm
    February 28th, 2009 08:18 AM
    kyleianfarm
    Thanks for the message and encouragement. Sorry it took so long to post back but i didn't notice the little message icon. Still ne to this forum stuff but learning alot! What are you dreaming to grow in TX? What do you actually have success with? How big is you garden? Too bad we aren't a little closer, we could compare successes. Keep in touch!
    Laura
  8. dwatson
    February 19th, 2009 07:35 AM
    dwatson
    thanks and best wishes
    the Barking Cat Farm CSA has a two year waiting list, so I am still waiting
    (btw, their weekly update is very interesting, if you'd like a model to follow)
    BCF is in Heath, outside Rockwall.
    The Dallas area is not flush in CSAs, the next closest one for produce is in Denton and you have to go there to pick it up...that's almost a 100 mile round trip from Plano where I live - not too earth friendly.

    good luck

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  • About feedmefarms
    USDA Zone
    8a
    Biography
    Brand new to organic farming, was a gourmet chef in my previous life. Happy on the farm
    Location
    Big Central East Texas homestead farm & ranch of my artist boyfriend (5th generation to live here)
    Interests
    Cooking, art, history, gardening (keeping my fingers crossed for a green thumb)
    Occupation
    County Historical Museum Curator but I was a restaurant owner/chef before living here on the farm.
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    "Tickle the earth with a hoe, it will laugh a harvest" - Bloom where you are planted!

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