Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Daily Farm Photo: 2/14/06


Happy Valentine's Day To You

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  1. Same to you, Farmgirl!

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  2. Happy Valentine's Day to you, lovely girl!!!

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  3. happy v-day! Maybe you'll have a lamb or two for the occasion...

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  4. Happy Valentine to you too! And some heartfelt cookies..have a look at bake my day!

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  5. Happy valentine's day to the farmgirl who rocks.

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  6. right back at you! BTW, I made your cranberry scones last night for our valentine's breakfast, but I used mini choc chips instead of the nuts and added some orange peel. I must say that they were awesome! Your recipes never disappoint.

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  7. Happy Valentine's to everyone at the farm!

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  8. Aww. So, that's what you've been saving them for. Happy V day to you and yours!

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  9. David & Alisha,
    Thank you!

    Lacy,
    No Valentine lambs. But there are some very pregnant lady sheep out there (like two dozen). I'm checking them every few hours 'round the clock. Who knew a sheep could get so wide? : )

    Hi Baking Soda,
    Thank you, and your Valentine cookies are gorgeous.

    Hi Lindy,
    Why thank you. I'm so touched.

    Hi Kathy,
    Welcome to the farm! Oh yum. Your version of my Cranberry Scones sounds positively scrumptious. I must try it. Thanks for sharing.

    Hi Clare,
    Aren't you sweet.

    Hi Joe & B'Gina,
    Thank you, thank you, thank you! : )

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  10. Hello Susan; Enjoy your blog. and have made your 3 breads and wonderful, your hints were great..Also Jamie Oliver has a salad with green olives, 2-kinds of tomatoes, and lettuce, and bow tie pasta. A wonderful lunch salad..Your garden is bueatiful and more tips about gardens would be great,I get most of my learning from england.........thanks again Have a forever farm life..

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  11. Hi Anon,
    I'm so glad you had delicious success with my bread recipes! Thanks for taking the time to let me know. That salad does sound like a wonderful lunch - especially as I sit here snowed in and dreaming of vine-ripened tomatoes from the garden. I'll have to keep it in mind until this summer.

    As for more gardening tips, have you discovered my offshoot garden blog, In My Kitchen Garden? Things have been kind of quiet over there lately, but I'm hoping to get back to posting much more regularly (I certainly have enough photos to!). And of course you can always peruse the monthly archives (links are in the sidebar).

    Another site full of all kinds of helpful gardening info is Cynthia Sandberg's Grow Better Veggies. Cynthia owns and operates Love Apple Farm in California, which supplies the acclaimed Manresa Restaurant. Cynthia has a great sense of humor, and her enthusiasm for gardening is truly infectious.

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