Pumpkin Pie Recipe

The best thing about owning a pumpkin farm is having oodles of pumpkin to make into pies. If you don’t grow your own seek out a sugar pumpkin from Shamrock Farm, your local farmers market or grocer. One sugar pumpkin will make one pie or thirty tarts. To roast, snap off the stem and cut

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Rhubarb Lemonade

Rhubarb is the first thing to appear in our spring garden. A much welcome sight after winter and one of the most delightful flavours of spring. Growing up I was never a fan of rhubarb, but when I met my husband-to-be and his mother gave me a slice of her homemade rhubarb pie, I was

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Our Barn Cats

I am always mesmerized by the life of the barn cat, such freedom and mystery. Ours arrived three months ago. Two adult feral cats that desperately needed a safe place to call home. They were not adoptable in the traditional sense. They did not trust humans and we were told that we wouldn’t see them

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The Muscovy’s.

We don’t know where they came from.  Maggie arrived first, in early December. She was mysteriously all of a sudden here, seemed to have flown in on the wind. Maggie only stayed a couple of days. Then simply vanished. And came back again. I always welcomed her back, and spoiled her a wee bit.  I

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