Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Farm Photo 3/5/08: Seasonal Eating


Hay - It's What's For
Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner

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Snow Photos & Snowstorm Stuff
Haying Season Photos
Farm Landscape Photos

A year of Farm Photos ago:
2/24/07: Curious & Oblivious (aka Patchy Cat & Robin)
2/26/07:
Finding More Foodies (Are you a foodie? Add to the fun list - leave a comment and tell us how you know!)
3/4/07: Daffodils Already? (This year they're popping up through the snow.)
3/5/07: Zelda & Her Twins, Age Two Hours (The first 2008 lambs should be arriving any day now.)

Two years ago:
2/24/06: Falling To Pieces
2/25/06: Anyone Recognize Those Ears?
2/26/06: Start Small, Think Big
2/27/06: First Day Outside For Martha's Baby Boy
2/28/06: Martha & Her Twins
WCB #38: Purrfectly Content
WCB #39: Patchy Cat Keeps An Eye On Everything
WDB #23: Donkey Doodle Dandy Adores Lucky Buddy Bear
3/1/06: I'll Spring To Life If There's Trouble
3/2/06: A Brief Distraction From All The Cuteness
3/3/06: Skinny Chip Checks Out One Of The Little Attention Grabbers
3/4/06: Next?
3/5/06: Lounging Lambies

And Out Of The Kitchen & Garden Came:
Lowly Turnips Are Tip Top

© 2008 FarmgirlFare.com, the award-winning blog where we don't serve up a whole lot of hot meals this time of year, but at least we knock the icicles off for you.

7 comments:

  1. You're eating hay?

    Now that's really taking 'eat local' to the extreme...x

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  2. Another great pic. The icicles on the are hay are neat!

    Carolyn

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  3. Y'all have the same menu we have today! Leftovers become bedding - all purpose food. I'm grateful that we don't have to sleep in our leftovers - taco salad is slippery.

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  4. I wonder why I can't see your pictures anymore. just a square with a red X.

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  5. Your pics are wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. This is a really lovely picture, Susan. It just takes me away.

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