Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Where am I?

Someone just asked on a comment for my post on freezing kale "Do you post often on this blog?" I am shocked to see that my last post was in June..............shocked and sad, but the reality is that farming is a 36 hour per day job and blogging is the last thing I can do if I have time.

In the meantime, please feel free to (1) read everything already on my kale blog, (2) read my other blogs, and (3) follow our farm on Facebook (at The Dyer Family Organic Farm) as I can manage very short updates there.

Our kale is growing like crazy and I found a new variety (a hybrid) at a local farmers market. I promise that someday (hopefully soon) I will download some photos, get them cropped, get them labeled and then upload them to my blogs and also to our Facebook page.

In the meantime, really, I need to go to bed because tomorrow is another big, long, exciting day. :) :)

Where kale continues to be more than decoration on my plate!

Diana Dyer, MS, RD

3 comments:

TAngelD said...

Thank you for your tireless effort to bringing more kale love into the world!

I planted my first crop of kale and can't wait until it's something I can truly be proud of. Keep up the good work and know that we miss your advice and stories when you're gone!

TAngelD
http://bigdaymusthaves.blogspot.com

jen said...

hi...so do you have an entry on the best way to preserver all my greens from my CSA... mostly kale and chard..I have been scouring your blog...thanks!! Are you in CO by any chance?!!!

Diana Dyer said...

Jen, I talk about freezing kale on a blog post at http://www.365daysofkale.com/search?q=freezing+kale. If you look for freezing kale
Here are some general guidelines for freezing vegetables: http://ohioline.osu.edu/hyg-fact/5000/pdf/5333.pdf

Best wishes and enjoy your greens all winter long!
Diana Dyer