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November 2012 E-Newsletter: Thanksgiving

By Jen Risley (November 20, 2012)

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November 2012 
LINKING FARMS, FOOD, and YOU

Next week is Thanksgiving! We feel deep gratitude to our farmers, the soil, and everything that helps bring our Thanksgiving dinner to our plate. We’re also very thankful to you, our readers. Thank YOU!We hope that we inspire you to thank your farmers today – and every day.Book Giveaway
Congratulations to Ralph. He won a free copy of Tractor Mac: Farmer’s Market by Billy Steers from the Hannah Grimes Marketplace. This month, we’re giving away The Seed Underground: A Growing Revolution to Save Food.  You can read a book review by Willard Williams, co-owner of The Toadstool Bookshops in the Fall 2012 Monadnock Table Magazine (a fantastic local food and farm publication).  Thank you to Willard for donating this month’s book.Want to enter this raffle?  You’ve just entered by opening this e-newsletter.  We’ll select, at random, one winner from our contacts each month.Find out who the winner is next month — and which book we’re giving away in December.

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Know Your Farmers: Bailey Farm in Lyme
It’s November and a time when packs of coyotes roam the fields at night near where 1,000 Thanksgiving White Holland turkeys are housed on the Bailey Farm in Lyme, NH.”Don’t worry about waking me,” says Dan Bailey who owns the farm with his wife Millie. “I can’t sleep anyway.”After all one coyote, much less a pack, could wipe out the flock that he has been nurturing for six months, feeding his birds an expensive mixture of ground soybean and corn with a few squash added to the yard to peck at.

From Farm to Kitchen: Buttermilk & Cranberry Scones
Dried buttermilk powder made by SaCo of Wisconsin, made from authentic buttermilk, is found in the dried milk aisle of most supermarket shelves. Look for a box the same size as the Arm & Hammer baking soda box with a slightly lighter color. It gives a sweeter taste and more tender crumb than the liquid varieties.

Try this Recipe: Buttermilk and Cranberry Scones

NH Schools Buying More From NH Farms

By Lorraine Merrill, Commissioner, from the Weekly Market Bulletin

More New Hampshire schools are buying more food from local farms. The New Hampshire Farm to School Program reports the number of farmers selling produce and products to schools has tripled to 60 in the past three years. A new survey shows that 60 farms and more than 300 schools are participating in the program which began in 2003 with orchards selling apples to schools.

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Featured Event:
12th Annual
Farm Fare
Fri., November 16
5 – 7 p.m.
Sat., November 17
9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
At Stonewall Farm,
Keene
Find everything you’ll need to create a wonderful Thanksgiving feast.  Enjoy farm-fresh products from over 30 vendors including organic meats, vegetables, organic breads, jams, jellies, coffee, cheeses, herbs, honey and so much more!
www.stonewallfarm.org

 

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