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The Magic of Homemade Soup

The Magic of Homemade Soup

Posted by on Mar 10, 2014 in Cooking | 0 comments

Cook up a tureen full of hearty goodness in your kitchen to warm up a winter day. As winter lingers on, filling your home with the rich aromas of a savory soup can provide a tasty enrichment that helps lift the spirits of the entire household. A homemade bowl of soup, laden with the perfect blend of flavors and textures, satisfies the soul along with your...

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Protecting our Pear Trees from Frost Damage

Protecting our Pear Trees from Frost Damage

Posted by on Mar 7, 2014 in Field Notes, Fresh Fruit, Orchards | 0 comments

Growing the perfect pear is a year-round process of pampering our very special pear trees. The most perilous time for our orchards is also the most promising. March is an extremely fragile time for buds on fruit trees. They are vulnerable to freezing temperatures and frost. In the valley, the last day a frost can occur is typically May 17. That means the...

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Easter Gifts to Elevate the Occasion

Easter Gifts to Elevate the Occasion

Posted by on Mar 5, 2014 in Easter, Gifting, Holidays | 0 comments

Easter is approaching, which means that playful bunnies, baskets of chocolate eggs and Easter egg hunts are just around the corner. We offer a premium selection of handcrafted Easter gifts to help make any springtime celebration all the more memorable, and some of our favorites are listed below.   Some of these items aren’t available to ship until...

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