Looks stormy, but November started off very mild
Endive, onion, zucchini and tomato pizza picked from the garden in early November!
Turkeys joined by the wild friends
Cracking the nuts
One pound bag of walnuts
Hundreds of pounds of walnuts drying by the woodstove
Sugar Pie Pumpkins ready for roasting
Ruby the Rooster
Butternut Squash, Apple and Sage Soup waiting to be made
Still picking beans the second week of November
Turnips waiting for the freeze to sweeten the meat.
Parsley and cabbage still thriving in the garden mid November
Nigerian Pygmy Goats eating their share of the bean vines
Bags and Bags of Walnuts
Roasting pan is ready for the oven with a turkey back and root vegetables.
Old family recipe written by sister Lisa for walnut cookies. xo
Dried beans are getting shelled and into storage
Another butchering day
Second Harvest of turkeys
Celebrating with Family
Happy Birthday, Papa!
Beautiful French Pumpkin called Galeaux D'Eysines
Farmer's Breakfast: Rustic Apple Pie and Scrambled Eggs!
All of the leaves have blown off of the trees by the end of the month. November was so beautiful on the farm with every type of weather possible. Sunny, mild, soft, warm to blustery, blowing, freezing, raining and wet. We enjoy each new day as it comes to us. Happy Autumn to all.