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Although the Bakery is closed for the summer, I am still selling through the Oklahoma Food Coop & the Ada Farmers Market on Saturdays.  A farmers market doesn't sound like a good source of revenue but it is a busy hub of activity.  With good moisture this year, there are alot of farmers selling their produce.  I sell Organic Produce & bread, jams & jellies, bread & butter pickles, etc.  Check out your local Farmers Market.  Speaking of pickles, I made my first batch today.

Fruit Trees

After working 12 hours in the Bakery yesterday I decided to walk to the pond to get some fresh air.  It really was refreshing.  There were ducks on the pond and the pasture was nice and green since we've had several showers in Oklahoma.  Actually, everything is greener now than it was last summer but of course, the temperature last summer reached 110.  None of use will forget that summer; hottest on record.  I walked through our small orchard and the plum tree was in FULL bloom.  The peach trees are starting to bud.  Not a good deal since Oklahomas' last anticipated freeze is March 31.  I'm hoping we have fruit this year.  I also have volunteer organic spinach and dill coming up in the garden,  Go figure.  Let me know about your weather wherever you live.  Ours is a little abnormal.

Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is fast approaching. We're taking lots of orders but we can also mail these awesome Cookie Baskets anywhere in the US for flat rate of $8.95. We do Birthday Baskets, Get Well, whatever the occassion. The snow is also melting and we're very ready for the Spring Planting of the gardens.Write your post here.
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