Wednesday, August 20

Wednesday Farm Photo: Summer Still Life

Straight 'N' Narrow Beans in the Kitchen Garden

In the mood for food? From the summer archives:
Savory Tomato Pesto Pie (for those afraid of pie crusts)
Susan's Seven Second Tomato Glut Solution
Tomato Pesto Pizza & My Favorite Basil Pesto Recipe

Swiss Chard Tuna Salad w/ Scallions & Kalamatas
Purple Basil Pesto & the Easiest White Bean Dip/Spread Ever

Parisian Daily Baguettes from Local Breads
Small Scale Marketing & Little Olive Cheek Rolls
Chives & Homemade Herbed Yogurt Cheese
Loving Lettuce & Eating Salad for Breakfast
Swiss Chard Cabbage Salad w/ Cottage Cheese
Choc-Coco Butterscotch Oatmeal Crazy Cookies
Yip Organic Banana Snap Cookies
Orange Yogurt Loaf Cake with Strawberries
Really Raspberry Tartlets w/ Easy Cream Cheese Pastry
Apple Blueberry Crumble Bars

Emergency Chocolate Loaf Cake

© Copyright 2008, the award-winning blog where, due to popular demand, the first line of this copyright notice is going to stay (at least for now) just the way it is — and nobody could ask for a more wonderful bunch of blog readers. Thank you all so very, very much.


  1. Yay! Haters lose! Rock on, Farmgirl.

  2. I'm glad you're keeping it!! For heaven's sakes. :)

  3. I'm so glad you are keeping the opening line of your copyright! Your copyright blurbs remind me a bit of a small town newspaper...the kind that used to announce who had who over for super and who is off visiting their kids. It always brightens my day!

  4. on days when you don't write long posts, your copywright notices are my absolute favorite part. glad you're keeping them.

    what a strange coincidence: just took this picture a week or two ago. look familiar?

  5. Bravo. I love your opening copyright lines, don't go changing for anyone.

  6. Way to go !!!! and thanks for keeping those cute copyright blurbs, I love to read them.

  7. Beautiful color scheme those beans look like they are tender enough to just dip in some luscious dip you think up and snack away!
    BTW - glad you didn't let the whiners win - too much of that in this society - one or two stinkers make us all give up something fun.If the stinker we are all talking about so freely is still reading - this has been an object lesson I hope - what you say really does have an effect on bloggers -our mamas were right - if you can't say something nice - keep it to yourself.Please - and let's all just go merrily along now.

  8. Your fans are legion, Susan.

    We love, love, love your blog!!!!

    Thanks so much for sharing your farm life with us.

  9. Hi Susan, I've not commented before, but I do like your recipes :)

    I have a little something for you at my blog, if you want to drop by sometime.

    Kim x

  10. Atta Girl! I'm proud of you! And thanks for posting all those goodies - I've just save the Emergency Chocolate Cake recipe. It's one of those days...

  11. Haters lose! I love it. Well said, Karen.

  12. Yeah...Power to the people! And, green beans rule. The deer ate most of them from our CSA, but the ones we had were sweet and delicious!

  13. I just found your blog today, and I must say looking at all of your wonderful photos make me feel at peace! Such a lovely and lively place you live!

  14. My beans are ripening, too! I love picking them, and even more, eating them.

  15. My beans are done for the season. I had a good bean harvest this year. Glad to see you are keeping your special copyright notices just the way you always have. They are part of your distinctive style that we love.

  16. Yay! I was hoping that it would stay... or change to the super, award winning blog. Heheheh.

  17. I have been busy and am catching up on your posts. I was so surprised to read about the copyright goings on.

    I really love the "award winning"posts. I smiled the first noticed them and am glad things will stay the same....

    love everything about your blog, and I helped make it award winning!!! I am so funny!!!


December 2015 update: Hi! For some reason I can't figure out, Blogger hasn't been letting me leave comments on my own blog (!) for the last several months, so I've been unable to respond to your comments and questions. My apologies for any inconvenience! You're always welcome to email me: farmgirlfare AT gmail DOT com.

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