Welcome to The
Life is full of opportunities to celebrate and I think a Tuesday lunch is just as exciting as a Saturday supper. Here on our small farm, we find ways to celebrate each other, our quiver of children, gardens full of flowers, ironed linens, and life on the farm.
We live on two acres in Washington State and on that land, we raise our dairy cow Cece, a flock of laying hens, ducks, hogs, sheep, geese, and a variety of produce in our large, organic gardens.
From this ground, we're able to grow food and celebrate the tastes, flavors, and motions of life. The table is always open to visitors, strangers and friends alike. The plates are full, the music is loud, the fellowship is rich, and the wine glasses are rarely empty. The laundry hanging on the line may cause some to think we’re old fashioned – and maybe that’s true. But whether we're pulling weeds, smoking ham, reading to the children, or milking the cow, you're always welcome to join in.
Issue Number #004
Can you smell it? Can you feel it? Despite the cold ground and icy trees, I’m still hopeful of what will surely arrive in just a few short weeks. The paperwhites are blooming indoors, the greenhouse is warming up on sunny days, the roses have been ordered, & some seeds are already tucked away into pots.
Issue Number #003
Farm kids don’t stay still for too long. They are too many rocks to dig up, creatures to explore, and people to meet. This past summer we took them to Whidbey Island and discovered something beautiful about our children. Our farm, our lifestyle, runs deep in their blood.
The Cooking Communtiy
The Elliott Homestead Cooking Community is a way for you to get brand new, whole food recipes delivered to your door every month. Every recipe is designed to be simple, nutritious, whole-food centered, price conscious, and delicious.
What does the subscription include?
- 5 brand new recipes (each month)
- Exclusive Community Membership Site
- Exclusive Cooking Community Group
- Monthly Live Stream
- Monthly Guided Recipe Videos
The Best From the Homestead
It’s not always glamorous or clean, but at least life on the farm is entertaining, beautiful, and oh-so-delicious. Follow along with recipes, dreams and confessions, and garden growing here.
We're still eating a lot from our food storage left over from last year's harvest. Cabbages, carrots, jams, jellies, preserved meats, parsnips, garlic, fermented vegetables, and more. It reminds me…Read More