Meatless Monday-Shiitake Maple Bacon Grilled Cheese and Tomato

So my Nan is in town!  She often comes for the weekends, but sometimes stays a few extra days so I can take her for doctor’s appointments and things like that. For Meatless Monday I wanted to come up with something simple that Nan could enjoy with us. Sarah and I […]

Sunday Night Dinner-Citrus and Beet Salads

As I was chopping and prepping the veggies for this Sunday Night Dinner I was listening to the sound of dripping water into a bucket.  We currently have water dripping into the kitchen through our lights.  Sigh.  I bet if I could ask for a show of hands how many […]

The “Show”- Springdell Winter Share Pickup #9

The Springdell Show and Tell proudly presents the 9th Springdell Farms Winter Share box of the season, which consisted of:  2 1/2 gallons of skim milk from High Lawn Farm, Lee, MA (Sarah got 1 qt half & half and 1 1/2 gallon low fat milk) 10 oranges 6 grapefruit  a bunch […]

The “Tell”- Springdell Winter Share Pickup #8 2

Today is our “Tell” of the Springdell Show and Tell. We’ll be reviewing Springdell Farms’ 8th Winter Share box of the season, which consisted of: 2 1/2 gallons of skim milk from High Lawn Farm, Lee, MA (Sarah got 1 qt half & half and 1 1/2 gallon low fat […]

Honorable Mentions- Winter Share Box #8

This week was chock full of fun!  For those that have been asking about my DIY root cellar, I thought I’d start with that.  Are you ready to experience my fancy schmancy root cellar?  Here it is!!!  It’s a box, filled with dirt, and carrots.  Yup, it’s rather anti-climactic, but it […]

Meatball Subs and Sweet Potato Fries 3

This meal was all about the Springdell goodies, and who doesn’t love a meatball sub?   I am one who loves cheese in my meatballs.  I actually use the recipe on the side of the Parmesan cheese (shake shake cheese the boys call it) can.  The recipe is: 1 pound […]

Springdell Spicy Sloppy Joes

This recipe adaptation has been in my arsenal for many years.  I think the original recipe came from the winner of a Better Homes and Gardens contest, and since then I’ve played with the ingredients quite a bit.  The only thing consistent is the use of coffee and apple cider in the […]

Ice cube trays, don’t throw yours away!

A few years ago I was doing a science experiment with my third graders, we were going to make predictions about how quickly an ice cube would melt in different places in the classroom.  By the back door, by the heater, by the teachers desk etc. I pulled out the […]

Sunday Dinners- Slow Cooked Top Round Roast with Sweet Potato Chips

Today we start into our third month of the Springdell Show and Tell, and tonight marks our 60th post in 60 days!  Thank you to those who have been following our blog, and we hope you continue to enjoy this experience as much as we do. Tonight has also marked […]

Citrus, Hope for Spring 4

Having the citrus in our shares this past weekend was like a breath of fresh air.  Peeling a grapefruit this morning with that sweet citrus smell made me think of sunshine and warmth.  So needed right now.  This has been a hard winter for most if not all of us! […]