Down on the Farm

Chef Kara dishes up her signature lamb stew.

Steamy frost-topped haybales in the morning, donning my warm coat and hat for morning chores, a fire in the woodstove in the evening, splitting and stacking wood for long months ahead … all these are signs of autumn on the farm.

The summer birds have long since headed south, the squirrels are as busy as ever and the snowshoe hares are regaining their white feet. The wild animals also know that the seasons are changing and seek comfort, whether in parts further south or in a stash of winter forage and a cozy burrow.

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