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Wait a second….Cobb salad?

Our Cobb Salad for two

Yes, here’s your cobb salad sir……What do you mean? Wrong?

Macro of QLF's Cobb Salad

QLF Cobb Salad: Grilled chicken, red onions, cucumber, heirloom tomatoes, mushrooms, celery, bacon, avocado, hard-boiled egg, and bleu cheese served on a bed of iceberg lettuce and olive oil/red wine vinaigrette

Hold the phone…

Ok-I just did some internets-ing and it’s supposed to have watercress. Fricka.

Wikipedia-you suck. Besides, I don’t know Roquefort…but I know Bleu – You’re my boy Blue!


Besides, I think if I was going to the Hollywood Brown Derby, I would order….well, something brown.

Reported the orig Cobb Salad at the Hollywood Brown Derby (CA) thanks to Disney for pic

But what do I know about food cause I’ve been doing it all wrong these years.

We’re not changing our menu #Muncha

Reporting live from QuarryLaneFarms….


Busy in the garden today…tending to the kids. 

Few notes: 

1. I do NOT like deer. 

2. I do NOT like slugs. 

3. I do NOT like beavers, groundhogs, etc… 

4. The mint plant is hitting on my sister again! 

5. And I think everyone has a different opinion about size. Proof pictured below is our “Gigantic Celery” from the Apiaceae family. Gigantic celery…it is not. 

Our tiny "gigantic" celery - Ahem, size matters


On another unrelated note: QuarryLaneFarms will be closed for major construction/ renovations from 07/20 thru 07/25. And thanks for your patience.   

Amidst the dust and debris – Reporting live from QuarryLaneFarms…

Of course the days we were out goofing off in the farms…it happened. 

We pondered our tomato patches, our rows of green onions, our (hopeful) gigantic celery, Mother Nature and Cleveland decided to party it up and bring the freeze. Dammit. 

Crazy cukes

One of our largest beefsteak tomato plant today

One of our largest beefsteak tomato plant today

Gigantic Celery

Well, like good little farmers, we covered up everything so we should be OK. Also checked out the rows of green onions today and it didn’t seem like much has changed….whew. And yes, we needed the rain (cold rain isn’t THAT great). 

We hoped you planted your stuff already too. 

Is it summer yet? 

Reporting live from QuarryLaneFarms

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