About a decade ago, my family and I set out on a mission to grow, cook, eat, enjoy, and preserve as much of our own food as possible. What seemed like an insurmountable goal all those years ago has now become second nature - it's just simply what we do here on our small farm. We grow. We eat. We preserve. Winter here becomes about appreciating foods that were harvested months before and no food is as commonplace or as appreciated throughout the winter as the humble potato. It's not pretty. It's not flashy. But it's steady and stable, tucked into the cold, dark corners of the root cellar that sits below our kitchen. One year's harvest can last us until the next - a claim that only a few other vegetables can make (onions and garlic, namely). I wanted this photograph to capture that the ordinary is often the extraordinary.
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