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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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A Heart Shaped Cake at 1840 Farm

How to Make A Heart-Shaped Cake

This time of year, everything seems to be heart-shaped.  From candies to baked goods and every sort of decorative item.  ‘Tis the season, I suppose.  Unfortunately, so many of these heart-shaped and Valentine’s Day themed projects, crafts, and recipes involve detailed steps and specialty supplies that I don’t have any use for until …

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Valentine’s Day Favorites at 1840 Farm

Valentine’s Day usually comes and goes in a flash.  This year, it falls on a Saturday during a three-day weekend here at 1840 Farm.  That seems like the perfect excuse to dust off all of our favorite Valentine’s Day recipes and enjoy each and every one of them before the holiday has passed …

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The Kitchen Ecosystem by Eugenia Bone

Book Review: The Kitchen Ecosystem

We have been inundated with winter weather here at 1840 Farm this week. Winter Storm Juno dropped over 30 inches of fresh snow on our farm. The blizzard force winds blew it around enough for us to clean up the same snowflake at least a dozen times. While we waited for the storm …

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Our Week in Photos – January 12, 2015

Last week was filled with time spent in the studio stitching up new baskets for our shop and dreaming of spring and gardening all the while.  It won’t be long until we can get back out in the garden and start planting the seeds that will become this year’s harvest.  Until then, I’ll be sharing …

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