Category Archives: Buying Local

Durham, NC

So, we’ve been on the road 3 days, in Durham 2, and boy are we tired. However, we’ve set ourselves to do at least one cool Durham thing a day. Tuesday, our first day here, Jess showed me the Duke … Continue reading

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Farmers Markets and Love

I think we can honestly say that when we, Jess and I, decided to go have a little booth of goodness at the farmers market, we had no idea what it would entail. We had no idea, though perhaps we … Continue reading

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Farmer’s Market

Hogtown Homestead is going to the market! Have you heard? We will be, for the first time for us, at the Citizen’s Co-op Sunday at 2pm selling our breads and tasty homemade stuffs. We’re so excited! You should come by, … Continue reading

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Spring Garden

LIfe has been busy here at the homestead. Good, but busy. This, plus Jess being as mad about cooking as I am about making art, makes for a rather cooking-heavy blog of late. If it could be called an art … Continue reading

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Support Our Citizen’s Co-op!

Last year, a bunch of awesome people in Gainesville opened the Citizen’s Co-op, a member-run store in downtown Gainesville committed to selling as much locally-sourced, organic produce as possible. ┬áIt’s been amazing having them open, and we go there every … Continue reading

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We’re Gettin’ Famous

High. Five. Today we found out that Indie Gainesville mentioned us on their blog! Unlike our little operation, they have 6,000 page views a day (that’s more than we have had, total. We’re going on a whopping 150 today.)! They … Continue reading

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Pickles and the Waiting Zone

We here in homestead land have been in graduate student quals land for the last while or so. Meanwhile, the little garden that could is waiting for it’s compost from the feed store, and I am officially teed up to … Continue reading

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Farmer’s Market and Philanthropy

Our household, while rich in spirit, and love, and creativity, and joy, is what you would expect, wealthwise, out of a combined income of a grad student and an up and coming graphic designer (and a beagle that doesn’t nearly … Continue reading

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