Duck Egg MUGS!!!!!


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I designed my first custom mugs through! I’d ordered cards from them before and had been very impressed with the quality, so when I saw they offered custom-made mugs I knew I had to do it- I have been wanting to make some “farm bling” for a long time! So, here they are! They are lovely and heavy mugs with super lustrous printing, I’m in love with them! There are 2 styles, pictured are the fronts and backs of each one. I’ll be bringing them to Stillwater and Minneapolis this coming Saturday 12/12, here’s the offer: 1 mug and a dozen of the freshest (and last of the season) Duck Eggs for $20. Come meet me at either River Market Co-op in Stillwater from 10-11am, then Seward Co-op (on Franklin) in Minneapolis from 12-1 that day, please make sure to email me so I know to reserve your mugs, I only had 30 made and there are just 12 left, send me an email —   farmerkhaiti (at)

Today I harvested the last of my 2015 Bubsters, which is what I call my broiler chickens. I called them my Tubbies when I was bringing them their dinner in the barn, where they would be brought in to be safe at night. These darling birds are one of my favorites to raise, they are so joyous, so vivacious and personable, they love to eat, and so do I. Have you had chicken that lived a 100% joyful life before? You will be spoiled for life, the flavor and tenderness reflects all the love, the care, and the adoration I have for my Bubs. I hand-harvest them here on the farm myself, and because of that (state laws) I can only sell them to you on the farm. I’ll have 6 of them available fresh until 12/10 then I will stick them in the freezer. Let me know if you’d like to have a visit out on the farm to pick up your own gorgeous fresh chickens, I’d love to meet you! ALL SOLD, thanks Jackie!!!

On a personal note, after my Thanksgiving fiasco with my vegan sister, I had a wonderful visit down to Iowa this week to see my dearest friend Heidi. She and I met and worked at Seward Co-op together, and have remained very close friends through the years. We created a “bit” of a spread to celebrate our reunion, isn’t cooking together the greatest thing ever? There’s some of my own homeraised Bubster transformed into the most INCREDIBLE fried chicken, along with duck egg mayo coleslaw, mashed potatoes with goose fat, and luxurious giblet gravy. Girls know how to put it DOWN!!!


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