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The farmer's growing something you don't know about

March 30, 2019

It’s been a while, and we are so happy to be sending out our weekly news again :)

Spring is here. It’s a time for re-birth, for coming out of hibernation, and for joy, despite any hardship you may be facing.

As Ann Bradstreet said, “If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant."

We may honor this time of year by deep cleaning, getting outside more, or planting starts for this year’s growing season. The farmer is busy setting up fences and preparing to make hay.

This spring, the farmer is growing something that you didn’t know about - a baby!

The farmer and his wife welcomed their fifth baby into their family on December 31, 2018. Lena S Miller was born at a birth care center and weighed 6 lbs 9 oz.

She’s grown so much already and is already rolling. Her favorite thing to do is smile. Her brothers and sisters are infatuated and love little Lena so much.

After having a baby, it’s always good to have some quick, easy meals to prepare for your family. One of the farmer’s wife’s new favorites is Philly Cheesesteak.

Put the thawed steak in a skillet and sprinkle with your favorite seasoning. The farmer’s wife uses paprika, celery salt, nutritional yeast, and salt. Add water or broth until almost covered. Cook and cook on low heat for 2-3 hours.

Serve Philly Cheesesteak as a main dish or on a sourdough bun with melted cheese, sauteed peppers, and fermented ketchup.

The farmer has been pretty busy the past few months, from growing his family to making some pretty exciting changes to his business (all good in my opinion). Please hang tight for these updates, which will be coming in the next couple weeks.

I am so thrilled to be out of hibernation. Feel free to reply and say hi!

Marie Reedell

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