Whatever you are doing for Thanksgiving, do it with gusto and good cheer; even if you are choosing to be sloth like and do nothing!
We are tearing up the old, nasty, ugly, pukey, carpet in our house. We have lived here 10 (TEN) years and we are just now turning our attention and energy [...]
Every year we raise a few pigs. One for us and a few for you all. (Forgive me to those of you who do not eat meat.) They are delightful animals to raise. It surprises me every year how much I enjoy their company on the farm and how easy it is to harvest them [...]
Hello SOLA, (Supporters of Local Agriculture),
I just put out some fresh Herbed Goat Cheese. (It has our Italian Parsley andgreen onion)
It is not the usual smooth cheese. It has kept a bit of its curd, so it has a very different mouth feel. I can only control so much of the cheese [...]
LOVE this weather!
The more I grow, the less I know. The more I grow, the more respect I have for my neighbor farmer friends Rob, Joanne, Chandler, Caitlin, Brian, etc. etc.
‘I have put cheese in the farmstand and you will also find garlic and winter pumpkins.
There is also some delicious, whole [...]
Does it get any better than a crystalline day like today?
I am putting yogurt in the farm stand in the morning.
PLEASE return any yogurt jars you may have. I’l be putting out the LAST of my quart jars.
We are getting almost 2 gallons of milk a day now, so there [...]
The colors and flavors of summer are in your neighborhood farmstands!
Thank you for being a SOLA! (Supporter of Local Agriculture)
Yes, we have tomatoes at K-Jo farmstand this morning.
We also have Satsuma Plums! Big yellow, sweet, drip down your arm succulent!
Hello All Thoughtful Eaters,
We moved the patio/ garden umbrella around some, we wore hats and ice filled kerchiefs and I covered the summer kitchen roof with burlap in an effort to keep both greens and humans from wilting while harvesting. Everyone wanted the job of washing the greens in the huge, cold [...]
Traditional Food Weekend
The Culture of Food
June 5, 6,and 7, 2009
(10am-4pm each day)
Join us for one, two or all three of these offerings!
June 5, 2009 Fermented Beverages: Beer, Wine, Soda Making and more!
Join us for this fun and inspiring day. Learn how easy it is to make beer, [...]
After 9 years of farming, joe and I are finally getting around to building a Farm Stand.
We just wanted to grow our own food! Being a good Italian, I am compelled to feed the neighborhood of humankind!
In My Big Fat greek wedding, Mama asks ohn Corbett if he is hungry. He says “No [...]
Vashon College -Lectures for Lifelong Living
Small Livestock Farming
August 6th, 6:30 PM
Lecture by: Karen Biondo
Location: K-Jo Farm
(transportation by bus provided)
Why, can you, how to, what to grow
and how to raise small livestock
(laying and broiler chickens, goats, ducks and more!)
** Single ticket for the event is $10, for [...]
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.