Kitchen Recipes

10 years now I can update this page again. Thanks for anyone who visits.

My favourite place to start cooking is in the field. Beets, carrots, kale, potatoes, beans, tomatoes, cucumbers, squash ..

My Favourite this year was our Beets on the Block salad, with shredded carrots, kale dressed down and also smoked salmon fresh caught by friends from Squamish Nation big thank you to you all with respect !

Beets on the Block, shredded Carrots, Kale, Beets, mixed greens, maple syrup balsamic rice sesame dressing you can drink out of the bottom of the salad bowl when your done

Smoked salmon fresh caught straight from the Squamish river by Cory Lewis with respect!

Real Rye Bread from rye with garlic and herbs grown in the fields 


Every farm needs a kitchen, a place to cook all the yummy food we just grew. Have a look at some of these yummy recipes.

October 2014  – Now I have a kitchen

Complete with a stove and dishwasher! Each are actually quite useful and a fair bit of work to install properly.


The best bit about having a kitchen is cooking.

October 2013 Its still under construction
We also have a place to do I am cooking on a camp stove.


2012 Rainforest Kitchen door

Rainforest Kitchen door

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Raised garden beds

We have new raised garden beds, fantastic thriving filled with wood, soil, chicken mulch built from easily available materials. The metal on the outside walls of the box helps keep the slugs away. The peas and beans and tomatoes love climbing further up on a simple fence trellis.

Full of beets, peas and greens. We built 12 boxes this year with the help of Brian and some volunteers. Perfect for permaculture.

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