Maple Time In The Woods


Posted by Ashley | Posted in The Fields | Posted on 30-03-2013

There is nothing better then the feel of mud squishing under my yellow rubber boots, and the sweet smell of sap ready to be boiled, on a crisp yet sunny Spring day…



Joe getting a feel for the sap, testing the sugar content…









Tools all lined up, easier to find the one you need







IMG_1779The Filter to make sure the syrup is as clean as clean can be before it gets bottled up….

IMG_1778Look at that beautiful Syrup in test batch bottles…

Fresh Maple Syrup for Sale… Email Ashley to order some available in pints, quarts and gallons right now

Filling up


Posted by Ashley | Posted in Application Form | Posted on 19-03-2013

Did you want to get farm fresh family grown veggies all summer long this year?

Well hurry up our CSA is all ready 1/3 full…

You can download the application at the top of the page, you have to click two times on the link, or also along the side. If you are having a hard time downloading it, email Ashley at and I can send you the application form:)

Chicken Corn Cilantro Casserole


Posted by Ashley | Posted in Recipes | Posted on 10-03-2013

This is a very simple, easily adaptable¬† dish… I used what I had in the fridge and freezer, but you could add peppers to spice it up, any type of onion, add tomatoes if you don’t have salsa…

  • 2 cooked chicken breasts
  • 1 jar of salsa
  • 1 chopped purple onion
  • 10 corn tortillas
  • 1 quart of frozen corn
  • ¬†1 can Garbanzo beans
  • 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • 10 stems of fresh or frozen cilantro


In a stockpot… soften the onions with a little oil, about 7 minutes, then add in the chicken, salsa, corn, beans… cook it all until heated through….

Using the corn tortillas layer them in a 9×13 pan, adding the mixture from the stock pot, keep layering until it is all combined…

Top with the cheddar cheese and cilantro, and bake in the oven until cheese is melted about 15-20 minutes… enjoy!








Maple Syrup Time


Posted by Ashley | Posted in The Fields | Posted on 01-03-2013

This beautiful winter has seen many changes to the Harvest Patch Maple Woods…. Joe has been working daily up in the woods to add a new system that will improve of sap yields, making for more delicious Maple Syrup…

Last weekend Aliza got to make her first trip into the woods… she ate snow, played with tree branches and enjoy the crisp weather…IMG_1591

Grandpa is that you? When can I eat this maple syrup?











This is a long walk good thing I get to ride with Dad…