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Rhubarb (04:08)

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Lisa Steele provides tips for harvesting the cold climate crop and planting garlic. Garlic, rhubarb, and strawberries are good companion plants. Steele shucks corn and gives the silk and husks to her flock.

Young's Lobster Pound (07:30)

Young's has been in business for 92 years. Raymond Young shows Steele the seafood tanks and identifies lobster characteristics. Steele chooses lobster and Raymond Young provides tips for cooking lobster and clams.

Flock Care and Farm Stand (02:40)

Steele places the lobster into a pot and gives seaweed to her chickens. She discusses young chickens and ducks, and basic summer needs. Steele constructs a roadside stand to sell eggs and other items from her farm.

Blueberry Whoopie Pies (07:17)

Follow along as Steele prepares the dessert for her upcoming lobster bake. Ingredients include flour, baking powder, salt, lemon zest, sugar, butter, eggs, vanilla bean paste, buttermilk, cream cheese, confectioner's sugar, and blueberry jam.

Credits: Episode 6: Lobster Bake (Welcome to My Farm, Season 1) (01:53)

Credits: Episode 6: Lobster Bake (Welcome to My Farm, Season 1)

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Episode 6: Lobster Bake (Welcome to My Farm, Season 1)

Part of the Series : Welcome to My Farm (Season 1)
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Lisa heads to the coast of Maine for some tips on boiling lobster and picks up some special treats for the chicken. She’s also baking her version of a favorite Maine dessert.

Length: 26 minutes

Item#: BVL283039

ISBN: 979-8-88678-517-3

Copyright date: ©2021

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