Join us for a new soap-making workshop you’ll love.

Join us for a new soap-making workshop you’ll love.

This whole year, we’ve taken great joy in bringing you workshops we know you’ll love. From new skills to new hobbies to new opportunities to expand your palate, we’ve kept new ideas coming. One of the highly requested workshops early on was a soap-making seminar. We’ve partnered with Olio Skincare to make it happen!

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My skin tells a story

My skin tells a story

The other day, after I’d harvested a new crop of kale and stripped off my gloves, I looked down at the backs of my hands. Then I looked again, startled. I don’t spend a lot of time examining my hands.

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Snuck Farm isn’t an I - it’s an us

Snuck Farm isn’t an I - it’s an us

My to-do list is long. Yours probably is, too. Every day, no matter how many items I check off, it seems that more sprout in their place. It’s the Medusa of to-do lists.

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Setting the table with something handmade

Setting the table with something handmade

If you’ve subscribed here for a while, or read our social media feed, you know that we care deeply about eating together. It’s a crucial family time, developing our relationships with each other and with the food we eat. We’re happier, calmer, and more connected when we eat together.

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Preserving time for calm

Preserving time for calm

It’s hard, in a houseful of people, to find space and time for yourself. There’s always a chore to do, always something to clean up, always a form to sign or a meal to prepare. People clamor for attention. Work clamors for attention.

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Year-round greens for your table

Year-round greens for your table

I love eating local. There’s nothing like visiting a farmers market and holding a piece of produce that was picked a few hours ago. It’s a whole-body experience. When you pick up a peach, it’s heavy and sweet-smelling.

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Year-round greens for your table

Year-round greens for your table

I love eating local. There’s nothing like visiting a farmers market and holding a piece of produce that was picked a few hours ago. It’s a whole-body experience. When you pick up a peach, it’s heavy and sweet-smelling. When you pick up an apple, it’s the tiniest bit rough, not polished with wax for long storage. When you rub your thumb over a pepper, it squeaks.

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Meaningful work comes from intentions

Meaningful work comes from intentions

When I was a kid, one of my jobs was helping Grandma clean up around the house. As I’m sure was true for many of you when you worked on your childhood chores, I was always tempted to rush through it. I wanted to cut corners, wiggling out of “just right” and into “good enough.”

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Giving kids confidence in the kitchen - Kids Cooking Series

Giving kids confidence in the kitchen - Kids Cooking Series

In my experience, the best way to get kids interested in healthy cooking and eating is to get them involved in the kitchen. When we cook as a family, we all have a stake in the final meal, and that allows us to enjoy it more fully. We can set the table and fill our plates, each of us having created a part of what now works together as a whole, rounded experience.

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Tips for cooking together

Tips for cooking together

Many of the families I talk to fully believe in the importance of eating together. They’ve built routines around sitting at the table, and they come together each night to savor a meal. Increasingly, I’ve also gotten questions about cooking together. 

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New opportunities to learn on the farm

New opportunities to learn on the farm

If you’ve been receiving these emails for any amount of time - or even if you haven’t - you probably know I love a good gathering. Although I cherish my time alone, I also cherish the moments when we can get together, share in creativity, and learn something new. 

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Learning the hard way

Learning the hard way

When I was a kid, my dad always used to say, “An education is expensive, no matter how you get it.” I don’t think I quite knew what he meant at the time, but now that I’m an adult, running a business, raising kids of my own, I look back on those words with a new appreciation.

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You asked for it, kids want it: Kid's Cooking Class

You asked for it, kids want it: Kid's Cooking Class

Introduce your children to the joy of the kitchen through our Kids Cooking Series. In a supportive, small-group environment, children ages 10-13 will explore the tools and techniques they need to create delicious, healthy meals. We’ll learn kitchen safety and knife skills, and we’ll have lots of hands-on experience getting the most out of fresh fruits and vegetables. Each week, the class builds on the skills built before. In no time, even the most novice young chef will be creating culinary masterpieces!

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Try putting something new on the table

Try putting something new on the table

There’s no easier time to eat healthy than right now, in the middle of the summer. New harvests are available every week, and our refrigerators are stocked full of the freshest local produce.

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Taking the time to take time

Taking the time to take time

The other day, someone asked me what I liked doing outside of work, and I realized my answer was: nothing. I like doing nothing. Or, at the very least, planning nothing. A night where we haven’t planned or scheduled anything is deliciously open to possibility. 

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Taking a leap of faith

Taking a leap of faith

Starting out, I didn’t know what I didn’t know.

I still don’t, entirely, though the learning curve has stopped feeling like mountain climbing and started feeling more like a pleasant hike. When I first thought, “Let’s turn a couple of acres into a hydroponic greens farm,” I had a vague idea of what I meant by it. 

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Adding extra deliciousness to your Snuck Share

Adding extra deliciousness to your Snuck Share

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Homestead Series at Snuck Farm

Homestead Series at Snuck Farm

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Mindfulness and family - The books that keep me inspired

Mindfulness and family - The books that keep me inspired

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