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Camp Grandma – what my grandkids call our Little Farm – how I love that! Broiled Broccoli and Kale too!
We try to make our Little Farm the most wonderful place for kids – especially our grandkids and their friends. Certainly there are lots of jobs to do here – picking up the eggs from the quails ( 30 of … Continue reading
It is FIG time at The Little Farm – so we serve Figs with our Goat Cheese – cooking with kids who love it!
We love the combination of goats cheese and fresh figs. Truly scrumptious. Here is some of our fig bounty this year – and the two older grandsons smashing the figs into the pot for jam. Yum!
Wax Jambu is a plant species in the Myrtaceae, native to an area that includes the Malay Peninsula, and theAndaman and Nicobar Islands, but introduced in prehistoric times to a wider area and now widely cultivated in the tropics. I must admit that it is an … Continue reading
You come home from work, the kids are hungry, the dog wants to be fed, you are so tired all you want to do is collapse into a chair – but dinner needs to be made, homework done and everyone … Continue reading
I love quesadillas! And we make our own Camembert cheeses. So this combination adapted from myrecipes.com is truly a Little Farm Special. Cooking with Kids is our preference so you will see how to make this a kid friendly recipe … Continue reading
Cooking with kids using fresh ingredients is the best. We love corn and grow our own – so summer fun includes not only throwing corn into boiling water for just a few minutes after picking – or finishing corn on … Continue reading
I have found an amazing way to use lemons. We have such an abundance of them – literally trees that are breaking from the weight of their lemons – all kinds including Meyer lemons which I think are the best. … Continue reading
This is the Fifth in the Series: WHY DIDN’T I THINK OF THAT? I am not the most craft oriented person – in fact, I used to dread arts and crafts days at school and am not the grandma who … Continue reading