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Habits of Growth and Productivity
1/16/2019 - 12:29:51 PM
by Kauffmans Fruit Farm
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Habits of Growth and ProductivityFrom Clair Kauffman’s Journal (1/12/18) - Orchard ManagerPhotos: Kauffman’s OrchardsWinter in the orchard is a time for the fruit farmer to observe tree growth from the previous season. The icy winter chill has chased much of the trees’ vitality into the hidden root zone, leaving naked and leafless ... Read More
Jam Filled Walnut Muffin Recipe
1/16/2019 - 12:25:50 PM
by Carolann of Sassy Townhouse Living
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Jam Filled Walnut Muffin RecipeThese muffins put the cozy into a winter’s day. Enjoy making and eating them. This post from 2016 is part of Looking Back to Look Forward during 2019. Here’s to your health and well being!I love to bake. It’s such a great way to forget all of your woes and focus on something that turns out to have a... Read More
Looking Back to Look Forward
1/2/2019 - 12:21:09 PM
by Jeff Pauls
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Looking Back to Look ForwardPhoto Jeff PaulsIt’s that time of year where we remember all that happened during the last year and almost at the same time think about what next year will bring. In the spirit of that transition, I looked for inspiration from our previous posts. Not surprisingly, there were a couple about New Year’... Read More
Ready For Winter: 7 Apples & 9 Desserts
12/14/2018 - 2:19:11 PM
by Jeff Pauls
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Apples
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Ready For Winter: 7 Apples & 9 Desserts Cold weather is a hallmark of the fourth and final season of the year. In the Northern Hemisphere, the winter solstice begins at 5:23 PM, 21 December.And what a better winter pick-me-up than a nice, warm dessert, fresh from the oven, featuring...what? You may be surprised to hear, apples! Yes, it’s ... Read More
Silence
12/5/2018 - 10:08:29 PM
by Jeff Pauls
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Prayer
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SilenceHave you thought about silence lately?You may answer, “Yes,” because you just did. Do you like silence?What exactly is silence? Is it when there is absolutely no sound? This is the kind of silence one would experience in space. Is it when I’m listening? I’ve chosen not to speak or think of other thi... Read More
Featured Partner: Landis Valley | Village & Farm Museum
11/28/2018 - 1:06:05 PM
by Jeff Pauls
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Featured Partner: Landis Valley | Village & Farm MuseumSome History of the MuseumIn 1953 the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania became the steward of what is one of Lancaster County’s most exquisite treasures. Over the years, Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum has become “the largest collection of Pennsylvania German artifacts in the country.” However, f... Read More
Give Thanks!
11/13/2018 - 12:31:00 PM
by Jeff Pauls
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Give Thanks!Brittney DowellGrace for a ChildRobert Herrick, 1591 - 1674Here, a little child I stand,Heaving up my either hand:Cold as paddocks though they be,Here I lift them up to Thee,For a benison to fallOn our meat, and on us all. Amen.Dan BushThe Harvest MoonHenry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1807 - 1882It is the... Read More
Thanksgiving Recipes
11/8/2018 - 3:04:30 PM
by Jeff Pauls
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Thanksgiving RecipesPhoto: Timothy EberlyThanksgiving is just around the corner. Can you believe it?! In addition to the traditional turkey, every gathering seems to have certain dishes that are a unique tradition. Dishes like peach stuffing, baked artichoke hearts, and sweet potato-coconut casserole are just a few of ... Read More
A Reflection
11/8/2018 - 3:02:51 PM
by Jeff Pauls
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A Reflectionmirror | johnny northDuring a meeting the other day, we were discussing blog topics. It was mentioned that a possible direction could be presenting “How-To” kinds of posts. Or was that it? I’m struggling for the category to put it in so that we both know what I’m talking about. Maybe it could fit in... Read More
Hazelnut Trees & Fruit Trees
11/8/2018 - 3:00:49 PM
by Jeff Pauls
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Hazelnut Trees & Fruit TreesPhoto: Jeff PaulsOn a June morning, this past summer, I was traveling to a meeting re Food Safety (another role I inhabit). Passing one of our peach orchards, I was transported. Liminal space, the transition of ground to canopy, tree branches stretching over the ground, memories of Oregon roads. The... Read More
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