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TIny Went to Town

06 Mar
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Tiny on the Town

Check out Tiny’s Meet and Greet on the Street

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dp2buwc2OOo

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Monday-Tiny. Where is he?

05 Mar
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Where is TIny Today?

05 Mar
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Tiny went on his first outing to visit some of our favorite restaurants in the Columbia River Gorge.

Tiny Stacie 282x300 Where is TIny Today?Tiny couldn’t go inside so we looked in the windows and doorways. Can you guess where Tiny went first?

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We call him Tiny Tim

25 Feb
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Tiny is 3 days old and today decided he was going to fight for it and stand up.  He’s going to make it.

Jessie Sue the farm dog is all over Tiny Tim – trying to be his momma.  J. Sue constantly is licking, prodding and cuddling Tiny.

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Living Cozy

19 Feb
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Living Room 300x200 Living CozyCan’t beat a log house for living cozy.  These logs were shipped down from British Columbia and constructed on site by the original owners, Doug & Teri Adams.

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Valentines at Sakura Ridge

10 Feb
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heart1t Valentines at Sakura RidgeYour Best Shot Photography will be at din din’s extravaganza tomorrow night at Sakura Ridge.

Everyone gets their picture taken with their sweetie. Phelp’s Creekis pouring wine.

The theme is Italian.

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Lambing time at Sakura Ridge

08 Feb
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feeding lamb1 225x300 Lambing time at Sakura RidgeIt’s that time of year in the Hood River Valley.  Lambing.

Yesterday morning we had our second set of twins by a young ewe who was having trouble taking care of both so now we are bottle feeding the girl. Last night every 2 hours,  now it is every 4 hours.

Farmer John knew just how to give the girl her bottle at 6 a.m.

 

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Baby Lamb

05 Feb
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First to be born. Twins

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You will be seeing this tart on the breakfast table!

26 Jan
by Deidra, posted in Cooking, Recipes   |  4 Comments
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Deanna and Chef Maurice

This simple tart looks beautiful and tastes even better. It took less than 15 minutes to get into the oven.

  • Start with a puff pastry sheet thawed and rolled out with a bit of flour.
  • Place it on a buttered cookie sheet.
  • Peel 3 to 5 pears or apples and cut in half. Remove the core. Place the fruit flat side down and make thin slices while holding the shape with your hand. Fan out the sliced pear half and slide it onto your knife and then onto the dough sheet. Continue until the sheet is full of sliced fanned fruit.
  • Dot liberally with butter and sprinkle generously with white sugar. We added sliced almonds when we tried this at home. Nice touch. It would be great with ice cream!
  • Bake in a 350 degree oven until golden brown, 20 to 30 minutes.
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Cooking School!

21 Jan
by Deidra, posted in Cooking   |  No Comments

IMG 20120119 011591 225x300 Cooking School!Four weeks with Chef Maurice of Laguna Culinary Arts learning all the basics of French cooking. We look forward to using these techniques for our farm fresh breakfasts.

Our favorite dressing so far is pesto vinaigrette. The sauces are rich with butter and heavy cream and we have learned to flame Jack Daniels to produce a flavor filled steak au jus.

How do you think we can work that into breakfast at the farm?

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