You can never have too much weed or enough good rock stars. That cannot be said about dirty weeds and bad rocks on a farm. We have been working away using machines to deal with weeds and rocks for a while. Recently we have lifted our game and brought in some outside help to do some major infrastructure projects. We are now ready to bring in some people to do some fine-tuning. Hand-picking weeds and rocks.
We have recruited some International Stars to help us come up with innovative ways to put some full finish on our farm. Sophia Caniza reached out to us looking for work and holiday visa
Fire, Ready, Aim.
Picked our first harvest and about to get them in the dehydrator.
Place bay leaves on mesh drying trays, stem side facing the center of the dehydrator so the air current dries the thickest part of the leaf first. Dry leaves at 110 degrees for 5 to 7 hours. Leaves are done when they are crisp and break easily when bent. Store your dehydrated bay leaves whole to preserve the best flavor.
We are preparing to relocate, restore and reassemble the Granary. Here is a link to a folder of photos taken by Thor Milton to help get us started.
If anyone has ideas or information about our mission please feel free to comment and contribute. Note none of the items or contents are for sale. Comments on the photos are thought starters only.
Interested in the history of the word Granary? Sure you are.
Why “granary,” not “grainery”?
MAY 13TH, 2019
Q: In a report, I mistakenly referred to a building that holds grain as a “grainery” rather than a “granary.” Why isn’t it
This video sure makes us excited on a number of fronts.
Well done Richard Kelly thanks for connecting us with Jake Taylor. Might need to ask Jack if we can put his calvers to use harvesting our first coffee crop. Can’t wait to get the videos that Jake did for Cromwell Farms and Espresso Unplugged Australia.
Soundtrack credit : ’Too Much’ by Tora