We are discovering again that work can feed not just our consumer economy. Good honest work, work we are made for, feeds our soul.
Letting the ground lay fallow, unplanted, unyielding, is an ancient practice. Over the millennia we have of agricultural records, farmers have practiced some form of letting land rest, between rotating crops letting the soil just lay there for a time, fallow. In arid zones, this break allows more water to be stored in the earth... Continue Reading →
Yesterday evening Jason Evans and I laughed as we attempted to flip buffalo burgers on the grill, each of us holding a beer in one hand and a utensil in the other. Meals at the Hawthorn House are a happy experiment, bringing together family recipes, sustainable ingredients, curiosity, and a desire to share food with... Continue Reading →