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Welcome to my World: Uncovering the Christman Farmstead History

During the first years, the family lived in the back part of the house, which we later called the “old kitchen,” where a bake oven was located. Around 1936, Herb had a kitchen built in the front of the house, where a huge fireplace was located. The

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“Blueberries as big as the end of your thumb,. In the cavernous pail of the first one to come. – Excerpt from ‘Blueberries’ by Robert Frost. Let’s grab some forage containers, our goats, and head up into the hills. We’ll do some berry picking and some exploring. we’ll grab a hold of this old knotted rope and work our way up the rocky pathway. Oh look, Maple is at the top already — our goats sure have much better footing than we do. At the top, I rest and look out over our beautiful city, St. John’s. I turn around because what I came for is actually behind me — it’s part of what makes this place so amazing. There they are, this time every year, growing — waves of blue splashing across every surface of the hillside. A sea of blueberries dancing in the wind, they make me catch my breath. I stop for a moment, slightly overwhelmed by the magnitude — there are just so many. Where to start, where to start. I look over to see that both of my goats have already started munching away and I decide that here is as good a spot as any. I reach down and grab the nearest, fullest one I can find. ” They burst in my mouth, each berry with its own unique tiny pocket of flavor. I am going to have to summon up all my willpower and start filling these buckets. I have a spare bag on hand to collect the blueberry leaves for tea. Go into your past and try to pull out your first recollection of eating a blueberry. I know you have one. maybe it’s your first taste of a blueberry on a hot summer’s day, or perhaps it’s the delicious baked good that followed the picking, like Nan’s blueberry pie. Whatever your memory, it holds the proof that a blueberry is so much more than a fruit — it is an experience, it’s the smell, the adventure of discovery, it’s the memories of foraging with family and friends (goats too). When I think of blueberries I also think of Newfoundland. the two go hand in hand and have a rich history on this Island. For thousands of years Indigenous Peoples who inhabited the Island depended on the bounty of blueberries, and some Mi’kmaq still use the plant’s leaves for medicinal purposes. Almost a thousand years ago, in Descriptio insularum Aquilonis (“Description of the Northern Islands”) in 1075, German monk Adam of Bremen wrote that “one island [was] discovered by many in that ocean, which is called Winland , for the reason that... He referred to the berries as grapevines but it is evident that what he was describing were in fact blueberries. The Norse, lacking access to grapes, considered all fermented berries ‘wine’. The picking, processing and exporting of blueberries are intertwined with the Island’s settler culture. Between 1930 and 1967 the Job brothers on Southside (St. John’s) seasonally employed many people, mostly women , to sort through blueberries in the fall. This was mainly done during the off-season at fish processing plants. It provided an important seasonal income to many families, particularly to those women whose husbands worked in the fish plants along the Southside, Fort Amherst and the Battery. During the First World War there was widespread support of military training, and civilians often went to watch the regiments practice. One of these training grounds was quite close to a popular blueberry patch on the Southside hills. This was such a berry picking hotspot that notices were put in thepaper to warn berry pickers the dangers associated with picking around a rifle range. The things we will do for a bucket of berries. How many is too many. Happiness is being surrounded by blueberries, picking them at my leisure and eating some too. Time stands still in those moments and before I know it my blueberry buckets are all full and I am forced to head home. With sticky fingers and a full heart, I grab my bucket, leash up my goats and go. Arriving at home, I pick through and rinse all the berries, removing any stray green ones, any stalks, mashed berries and unwanted bugs. I am left with a mountain of blueberries that are ready to be processed. First I lay all of the most beautiful and best looking blueberries out on a tray. If these blueberries were in a contest, surely they would win first prize.

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These are always showy. Just gave it a touch of sharpening. Not much. I get some nice backlighting in the garden at times. From my set entitled “Potato Vine” www.flickr.com/photos/organize/?start_tab=one_set72157607... In my collection entitled “The Garden” www.flickr.com/photos/21861018@N00/collections/7215760718... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweet_potato The sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) is a dicotyledonous plant which belongs to the family Convolvulaceae. Amongst the approximately 50 genera and more than 1000 species of this family, only I. batatas is a crop plant whose large, starchy, sweet tasting tuberous roots are an important root vegetable (Purseglove, 1991; Woolfe, 1992). The young leaves and shoots are sometimes eaten as greens. The sweet potato is only distantly related to the potato (Solanum tuberosum). It is commonly called a yam in parts of North America, although they are only very distantly related to the other plant widely known...

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My mom declared that the recipe for cornmeal muffins she received over 30 years ago from a friend's boyfriend were "the best ever". I agree they're delicious - but what I liked more were the hand-written notes he included... one of them even states the method "is bulls%@t" and just to mix wet and dry together! Cornmeal Muffins Makes 28 ¾ cup corn oil 2 ½ cups whole milk ¾ cup plain yoghurt or sour cream 2 large eggs 1 cup sugar 3 ½ cups cornmeal 4 cups flour 2 tbsp + 1 tsp baking powder ½ tsp baking soda 2 tsp salt 1.Preheat the oven to 400°F and line muffin cups with paper liners. 2.Beat together oil, milk, yoghurt, egg and sugar in a large bowl until well blended. 3.Stir in the cornmeal thoroughly, then add the flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt and stir until just combined. 4.Fill muffin tins 2/3 full with batter. Let sit for 10 minutes. 5.Bake for 15-20 minutes, until a toothpick inserted in the middle of a muffin comes out clean. 6.Turn out of the...

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