I always think I am going to harvest beets when they are an average, normal, consistent for bunching size. I start with the best of intentions. Oh yes, intentions. I thin the crowded, baby beets, making room for beet expansion, taking the dark red pearls of beet youth to saute in a little [...]
Miraculous, Multi-Tasking Kale! In the farm stand now. Along with thousands of bags of salad. Okay, maybe not thousands but it sure felt like it and looked like it when Michele, Jude and Laura were harvesting, washing, spinning and bagging. Back to the humble Kale: Did you know: Kale is very versatile and nutritious [...]
First Friday Farm Pizza! For those of you who don’t know, a very talented craftsman on the island built this oven and now it lives on my porch awaiting the creation of the perfect mobile unit so I can be in town for future First Fridays and the Farmers Market and Ober Park [...]
Where were all those watering cans in July? The call of the garden is beginning to hum. Visions of bright green pea sprouts dance in my head Most of the garden beds are slumbering under a blanket of burlap covering a layer of chopped leaves and wood ash. A hardy half [...]
Welcome!Welcome to the new La Biondo Farm & Kitchen website. As I re-invent myself and this website, I invite you to share my journey as a single woman farmer. Single, but not alone in this adventure, I am surrounded by interns, friends and supporters who inspire me, help me and guide me.