This Lebanese salad is very healthy and highlights a rainbow of fresh vegetables, lightly toasted pieces of pita and addictive vinaigrette. The last time I made this I didn’t have sumac or grape vinegar so I substituted lemon pepper and white wine vinegar but it is definitely worthwhile to find these ingredients at a specialty
Recipe from Stoffel Family Farms Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups apple cider 3 Tbs. honey 1/4 cup lemon juice 1 garlic clove, minced 1/4 cup soy sauce 1/4 tsp. pepper 4 Pork Loin Chops (8 oz. each), 1” thick from Stoffel Family Farms Directions: Combine first six ingredients mixing until well blended. Place pork chops into
Article and Photos by Bill Pierce The last several years have been disappointing for me, as childhood images of farming have been dashed on the realities of industrial agriculture. Occasionally, I am delighted to find a few of those images still alive and well. Picture the pig farm images you have from books like “Charlotte’s Web”
Pa Lee is a farmer with a lot of energy. She has to be. Growing ten acres of flowers and vegetables for three farmers markets is a lot of work — and a good life for Pa. Article and Photos by Bill Pierce Pa Lee is a farmer with a lot of energy.
After months of growing and hours of picking and arranging their produce, the Backlunds greet customers; their favorite part of the job. | Photo by Bill Pierce Article and Photos by Bill Pierce Have you ever wondered about the beautiful farm stand, full of vegetables, you see at the Market? About the local
Paul prepares garlic for the Market. | Photo by Bill Pierce Article and Photos by Bill Pierce Gastronomy is defined as the “art or science of good eating and drinking.” It describes, in a word, what Camano Garlic is all about. Well, that’s only half the story. The other half is the way
Zach Abbey, Hailey Anderson and interns in Ananda’s lavender field. | Photo by Bill Pierce Article and Photos by Bill Pierce You might not think of daily meditation as a farming practice, or that fruit and vegetables and herbal medicine can be grown for commerce without a tractor, rows, and tilled fields. But