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Welcome to 1840 Farm

You’re always welcome at 1840 Farm and we’re thrilled that you stopped by for a visit!  During the last few weeks, we have been busy organizing our favorite recipes and posts to make it easier for you to find exactly what you’re looking for.   You can access our newly organized collections of posts by clicking on the photos below.  From pie baking tips to our basket collection and a photo tour of our gardens, you’re sure to find something that you’ll enjoy.


We hope that you’ll enjoy our most recent posts:


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Frozen Berries and Yogurt for the Hens at 1840 Farm

Helping our Hens Stay Cool in the Summer Heat

Here in New England, we spend more of our calendar days with frigid temperatures than intense heat. Yet, we can count on several days above 90 degrees each summer and seem to see more of them each year. Today, our temperature is predicted to exceed 90 degrees and summer won’t officially begin for …

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Lemon Drop Cookies with Lemon Buttercream

Spring couldn’t arrive soon enough for me this year. It was a brutal winter with snow piled so high that it was difficult to believe that spring would ever arrive to our snowy landscape. While I wait for winter to release us from its firm grasp, I find myself dreaming of the garden …

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The Hens at 1840 Farm using the BriteTap

BriteTap Chicken Waterer

Spring has been slow to show itself this year.  In fact, we were beginning to believe that it might never arrive.  Then, without any gradual warm up, our temperature hit 90 degrees on Sunday.  While we were happy to have warmer temperatures, such a big leap in the temperature was very unexpected and certainly didn’t …

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Kimchi at 1840 Farm

How to Make Homemade Kimchi

I don’t remember when or where I first tasted kimchi.  I do remember how taken I was with the flavor.  As a person who loves sauerkraut and spice, kimchi was the perfect marriage of the flavor and texture that I so enjoy.

The flavors were so interesting and complex that I …

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