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April 8, 2013~Spring has most definitely sprung at Kestrel in Prosser. January and February I spent planning the Kestrel Gardens and ordering all of my seeds. I’m very particular about what we will grow, all must be non GMO and organic, in addition, the more unusual the better. We are lucky to be located in [...]
October 30, 2012 I apologize from the start that some of the blogs I write are not about food, but at least they all involve Kestrel. Today at work I was wracking my overworked brain to figure out what to wear to work tomorrow for Halloween. I thought I came up with a brilliant idea, [...]
October 18, 2012 Yesterday I spent about 5 hours in one of ourKestrelGardensand only got through half of the picking, weeding and trimming. What did I get for my efforts; well, besides a sore back, about 10 pounds of chili peppers and approximately 40 pounds of green tomatoes. Today was canning day. I made Spicy [...]
October 15, 2012 How many chefs and winemakers does it take to change a light bulb? The answer is…..we still don’t know, but it must be more than one of each.Flintand I decided to try to change the light bulbs in the cheese case the other day. Sounds easy, but trust me, it wasn’t. [...]
October 9, 2012 Finally we are experiencing cool mornings, pleasant afternoons, and evenings are almost begging for a fire. I love the autumn not only for the cooler weather, but for the bounty of the harvest. So much great produce is being picked from our gardens right now and this coming weekend’s menu for Catch [...]