Monday, November 11, 2019
Thursday, October 17, 2019
Tuesday, September 3, 2019
Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Kayla’s Kale Chips
- A bunch of kale (enough to cover 2 sheet trays)
- A couple drizzles of olive oil (lemon or basil olive oil works well too)
- Garlic salt
- Preheat oven to 275 degrees fahrenheit
- Wash kale, dry really well and tear into medium pieces (remove thick stems)
- Drizzle olive oil on kale in a big bowl (enough so most leaves are lightly coated) and toss
- Toss paprika and garlic salt with the kale
- Spread kale out on 2 sheet trays and make sure they are not overlapping
- Bake for 18-20 minutes or until crispy
Tuesday, August 13, 2019
Thursday, August 1, 2019
Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Friday, June 21, 2019
|Kingsley's Uncle Bronson, at the Madison Beach Club location, 1910|
Dear Kelly and Kingsley,
Every time I pick up my CSA, I wonder about the history of Barberry Hill Farm. How did it start? Thanks, and I loved my share box!
That's a great question. Barberry Hill Farm has been in our family since it was built back in 1909.
Kingsley's great uncle, Henry Warren Goddard was a circuit court judge in New York City. As a little boy, he and his five brothers and one sister had summered in Madison in the mid 1800's.
Just after the turn of the century, he bought this property, while his brother Ralph Goddard bought the property across the street. They both built summer and weekend homes. When Henry Warren Goddard died, Kingsley's father, Richard Mason Goddard Jr.. bought it from Henry's widow.
While it has been a gentleman's farm, Barberry Hill Farm was evolved into a working farm by Kingsley when his father died in 1987.
Here are some family photographs of the farm and Madison from the early days.
|Middle Beach Road|
|Kingsley's Father, A Great Fisherman|
|Kingsley's Grandfather and Great Uncle in "The Florence"|
|Picnicking on Tuxis Island|
Saturday, June 8, 2019
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Welcome to Summer (almost). We have been busy, getting ready for our farm share community and farmstand. We look forward to seeing our old CSA friends while making new ones, and for those who have not been by the farm, here a few recent photos.
|Ursa guarding rows of carrots|
|Preparing fields for more planting|
|Heads of lettuce ready for picking|
|Cucumbers ready to go|
|Tomatoes ready in a couple of weeks|
|Julia, our farm intern from Germany|
|And the scent of climbing Hydrangea is everywhere|