Author Archives: FarmerKhaiti

Farmstead Kitchen- Katty’s Duck Egg Crepes

Back in the day at Seward Co-op, Katty and I worked together in the grocery department. She is a dear young lady, so intuitive, talented and kind. Before I left to start working at the co-op in Stillwater in 2006, she was hired on as my replacement Merchandising Manager and she rocked it so hard the store had to move […]

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Farmstead Kitchen- Preserving the Harvest

Things are simpler on the farm this summer, without trying to fill CSA boxes each week. I cannot lie, it’s a relief. When you cannot do something extremely well, it is better to let the ones who DO, do that! Hopefully you are supporting your favorite local farmer by participating in a CSA this season, or going to the farmer’s […]

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Highland cattle adventures!

On my FarmerKhaiti Blog, I have been writing about the cow adventures happening on the farm lately. It’s been very exciting!  Click here for the full story. Here’s an excerpt: “When the bull saw them coming, he made the craziest strangely quiet guttural deep burp/moo sound. As the three approached him, he squared up like a patriotic soldier and faced […]

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The Farmstead Kitchen- Duck Eggs

Summer’s here, the grass is lush, the trees and weeds glow emerald. Every year it is simply breathtaking to behold this magical transformation. It is truly the most fulfilling time of year for pastured animals and the people who tend them! The lady ducks are doing SO awesome, enjoying their rotational grazing paddocks where they forage among the grass, milkweed, […]

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