Blog Entries - July, 2018 (Show All)

Where Did Peach Cobbler Come From?
7/16/2018 - 8:48:18 AM
by Jeff Pauls
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Where Did Peach Cobbler Come From?Here’s one way to haul peaches. Ray Kauffman brings in peaches some time in the 1940s.What’s your opinion of peach cobbler? Are you a fan? It may depend on the recipe you made or how it turned out. It might be just a matter of taste. Some recipes are sweeter than others, while some recipes are less ... Read More
Orchard Life: Planting Trees Pt. 2 (a 4 part series) Deciding What to Plant
7/9/2018 - 2:56:26 PM
by Jeff Pauls
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Orchard Life: Planting Trees Pt. 2 (a 4 part series) Deciding What to Plant “Planting is really one of my favorite times of the year. There’s just, I don’t know, something exciting about birth, and that’s kinda the equivalent here in the orchard. You put a tree in the ground and it’s dormant and it looks dead. After a bit it starts coming to life. Those little things take a... Read More
Plums: Variety and Imagination
7/23/2018 - 4:02:30 PM
by Jeff Pauls
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Plums: Variety and ImaginationIn this post, you’ll learn some word history, some deliciously creative recipes, and the benefits of thinking about things in whole new ways. The theme here is creativity. Do you ever see connections between things that don’t seem to connect at all? Sometimes the connection between seemingly unrelat... Read More
Peach Harvest Time
7/31/2018 - 9:22:49 AM
by Jeff Pauls
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Peach Harvest TimePeach Harvest TimeIt’s that time of year again! Peaches are a’growin’--good old-fashioned Kauffman’s peaches. We’re in the thick of our peach harvest and would love to have you stop by. It’d be a shame for you to miss out! Take a look at the way things unfold in the peach orchard during this beautif... Read More
The Yellow Transparent Apple
7/2/2018 - 8:59:41 AM
by Jeff Pauls
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The Yellow Transparent Apple“I’m going to be totally transparent with you right now.” Have you heard that phrase before? It usually means that you might just need to brace yourself, because a) the speaker is about to unload some previously unknown and heavy details about themselves, b) they’re coming for you, i.e., they’re abo... Read More

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