Posted by marc Fendel on 10th Apr 2017
Just look at this rhubarb from Sister Sage Farm! Jayne sent me this photo the other day, and I wasn't even sure what kind of plant is was. Rhubarb is part of the buckwheat family and can be used in all kinds of recipes. The stalks are also rich in vitamin C, K, and also are a good source of fiber. As you can see the plants once established can get huge!
Happy spring folks, Marc (Jayne and Sister Sage Crew)
Over the last few years I have watched Jayne (owner of Sister Sage Herbs) be mentored by the great folks at Ventures. (Formally Washington Cash) Ventures is a non-profit team of business coaches (of all kinds) who help support small businesses here in Washington state. I can't recommend them highly enough. There have been countless times when [...]
Here's a fun photo I took a few years back when we used to fly airplanes. Wheeee....
Here's a cute family of deer right outside the fence to Sister Sage Farm. It is very important that we keep the deer out of the farm area. They can do quite a lot of damage to crops. Still, they are such beautiful animals. I managed to take a quick photo before they jumped into [...]
Howdy Folks! It's the middle of June and we are right in the middle of the busiest weeks of the season. Sister Sage Farm on Vashon, Island is blooming with all kinds of herbs including oats, calendula, and chamomile. We have been out there all week harvesting herbs, and doing some planning on expansion of our [...]
Check out the new addition to Pike Place Market just behind our booth! Can you imagine what this will look like? The road will be gone too!
Hey Folks, if you happen to visit us at the Pike Place Market, just take a look at what is going on right behind our booth! Serious construction. (see below) Eventually, the whole market is going to get a major facelift with easy access to the waterfront. I added a few sketches from google images. [...]
I use fresh arnica infused in olive oil to produce Weekend Warrior Muscle BalmI finally took time to go on a hike this weekend, straight up a mountain side, and on the way up, Gourmet spotted this amazing site- Arnica growing all the way up the west facing cliffs, in a crag of rock and gravel, [...]