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A victim of its own success

Our lovely little apple tree took a tumble. Do you remember how many apples where on the tree in June? Well they have gotten so heavy over the summer that our poor little tree fell right over. We picked 75 lbs
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Send clean container for Oregano

The Green team has harvested a lot of fresh oregano that we have dried to hand out to everyone over the next two weeks. In an attempt to not create garbage please send a clean dry container in which to bring ho
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Phantom Rhubarb Muffins

If your child came home raving about rhubarb muffins, here’s the recipe adapted from the Best of Bridge cookbooks.  If they didn’t get a chance to make them May 1st, we’ll do it again June 6t
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Grain mill we could borrow?

We have successfully grown some wheat in the garden, now it is time to grind it up to make flour. I will use my blender if nothing better comes along. But does anyone happen to have a grain mill that we could b
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Rhubarb Apple Crisp

Today the Grade 4 and 7s made a tasty albeit rather crunchy crisp. We chopped up 4lbs of apples and about the same of rhubarb (it came fresh from the garden today). The fruit filled a 10″ x 15″ pan.
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Today’s chili

Monday the grade 5 and 6 Green Team members made a lovely chili!  Jan 28th the Grade 4 and 7 members will get a chance to make one too. Each time we make it the recipe varies as we use what we grew in the gard