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Garlic grows in the Winter Rows

In my never ending quest to take farm food to market... I have begun the March to germinate the 100 new plants for U-Relish Farm.  Beginning on Super Sow Seed Sunday and now in phase two. It is a mild winter in Indiana so the cilantro sown last September is surging outside. Inside it is… Continue reading Garlic grows in the Winter Rows

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Cara fully Prepared: Medic Table

With winter lingers here, I am thinking about a medic table for 2017.  I upgrade to a table from a mobile medical kit.   When working with permaculture, and outdoor medic table will be ideal to accommodate emergencies without house disruption. The bright and cheerful colors will be a feature during the "You are one in a melon" season… Continue reading Cara fully Prepared: Medic Table

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Market Gras: U-Relish Pinto Gumbo

Available through http://www.farmersmarket.com....  Hoosier Style with Sweet corn, tomato and Pinto beans with ample amounts of Gumbo file balance with the jalapeno pepper.   Red Beans and rice is so nice in the slow cooker.  This smoky not spicy flavor gives a Midwestern twist to the dish.  Also available at http://www.farmersmarket.com is Smoked Cajun lentils.

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Sorting the Seeds of Sunday

Garlic is in the ground as I begin to plan for the 2017 farming. Collecting seed from last years harvest, purchasing some new like Feverfew seeds all in anticipation of the first direct sow of snow peas on Saint Patrick's Day or March 17th. I collect seeds like playing cards with the common theme in… Continue reading Sorting the Seeds of Sunday

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Apothecara: Sage Salve

Apothecara: Laundry Room Wildcrafting A step by step on how to use the crockpot for a non edible but topical balm for your skin.  Below is a checklist of materials to maximize your money with the use of the slow cooker. You got this gear, now get the laundry room ready for some wildcrafting. A… Continue reading Apothecara: Sage Salve

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Apothecara: Pinch of Wisdom

  A Pinch of Wisdom from INDIANAPOLIS CITY MARKET U-Relish Farm shares timeless traditions   Indianapolis –  Featured in the September issue of the Indianapolis Monthly, Cara Dafforn, Executive Manager will offer wisdom to master the household economy.  This keeper of the hearth,  draws upon her study of the civil war as a Living Historian… Continue reading Apothecara: Pinch of Wisdom

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Thinning is difficult: Necessary Permaculture

At U-Relish Farm we are making the most of what is provide by permaculture.   It occurred to me that the thinning of the peach tree while difficult is necessary. For instance, making peach pit jelly for the #CountdowntoIndy  seems like a simple solutions and timely solution for the upcoming porch party to celebrate the 100th running… Continue reading Thinning is difficult: Necessary Permaculture

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With a Little Luck a Free Children’s Scavenger Hunt

U-Relish Farm  is partnering with the Indianapolis City Market to host the Search for the Shamrocks on Thursday, March 17th to celebrate the planting of Peas.  In addition to the Name the Bear in the Chair game hosted by SIDESHOW the smallest art gallery in the universe. INDIANAPOLIS CITY MARKET–. U-Relish Farm presents SAINT PATRICK’S DAY, Tuesday,… Continue reading With a Little Luck a Free Children’s Scavenger Hunt