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Karen Keb Acevedo
Notes from the Porch
Karen Keb Acevedo, former editor in chief of the Hobby Farms publications, enjoys caring for her goats and gardens and cooking up delicious meals in her central Kentucky kitchen--and more! She has brought you tidbits from her farm, kitchen and life as an editor in this online spot. Pull up a chair and dig in.

08/20/2009 - To All the Friends I’ve Loved Before
As I was driving into work this morning, I decided I wanted to write a blog.

06/17/2009 - Dakota Territory: Bobcat Beckoned
Last week, I traveled to Bismarck, N.D., for yet another adventure in editing. At the invitation of Bobcat Company, I got to check out the new M-Series equipment, spending a day riding, driving and operating various pieces of large machinery.

06/09/2009 - Having a Field Day
Last week I attended the Goat Field Day at Berea College with the intention of filming some video of our Livestock Q&A columnist, veterinarian Dr. Dianne Hellwig.

06/04/2009 - Idle Hands Don't Get Dirty
The Hobby Farms Victory Garden, planted behind the office here in Lexington, is coming along, despite the incessant rain we’ve been having here in the Bluegrass.

04/22/2009 - Our (Hobby Farms) Victory Garden
A few months back we decided, as a company, to plant a victory garden in the field behind our office.

03/31/2009 - Cliché But True: Spring Brings Feelings of Renewal
I realize this morning I set out to write the world’s most clichéd blog post: Spring as the season of renewal.

03/18/2009 - The Best Job Ever
New Jersey may be “The Garden State,” but it’s not usually considered the hotbed of agriculture.

03/11/2009 - Learning to Love the Land
I know this seemingly has nothing to do with the kitchen or gardening, but I got to talking with my managing editor, Lisa Munniksma, yesterday about our first experiences with agriculture.

03/04/2009 - Improving My Gardening "Game"
If I’m honest, there’s not much going on in the kitchen lately.

02/21/2009 - Christmas at Hummingbird Hill Farm
My mom was visiting us from California for the week, so we decided to cook up a real traditional Christmas Eve dinner—complete with all the dishes I remember from childhood.

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