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  • what's up?

    什麼事?

  • I'm callous.

    我是無情的。

  • And this is bounty farms come and I'll take you around.

    這就是賞金農場,來吧,我帶你參觀。

  • Well, let's see.

    好吧,讓我們看看。

  • We started looking probably about three years ago, like put our house on the market.

    我們大概在三年前開始尋找,比如把我們的房子放到市場上。

  • I think finding the right place was probably what took the longest.

    我想找到合適的地方可能是花費時間最長的事情。

  • Like I was already resolve that I was ready to do it and then it was just finding the spot.

    就像我已經下定決心,我已經準備好了,然後就是要找到這個地方。

  • So once we did, then we packed it up and here we are.

    所以一旦我們這樣做了,然後我們就把它收拾起來,我們就在這裡了。

  • Mhm.

    嗯。

  • So this here is biscuit biscuit is um he's super important on the farm, not just because he's gorgeous and we love him because he's a livestock guardian.

    這就是餅乾,他在農場裡非常重要,不僅僅是因為他很帥,我們喜歡他,因為他是牲畜的守護者。

  • So there's three, we've got three of these guys right now.

    所以有三個,我們現在有三個這樣的人。

  • This is what he does most of the day.

    這是他一天中大部分時間所做的事情。

  • Um But at night, like as soon as the sun starts to go down, you'll see his entire, all of them, their whole demeanor changes.

    但到了晚上,比如太陽一開始下山,你會看到他整個人,所有的人,他們的整個舉止都變了。

  • They have a really cool relationship.

    他們的關係真的很好。

  • It's actually incredible to see how they like operate together.

    實際上,看到他們如何喜歡一起運作是令人難以置信的。

  • They patrol and so they're nocturnal, which a lot of dogs aren't.

    它們會巡邏,所以它們是夜行性的,很多狗都不是這樣。

  • These guys, we get up in the morning, we feed them because they've had a long night, so they've been protecting everybody throughout the night.

    這些人,我們早上起來,我們給他們餵食,因為他們經歷了一個漫長的夜晚,所以他們整晚都在保護大家。

  • We have lots of coyotes, lots of bobcats and mountain lions, rattlesnakes, like the whole gamut out here.

    我們有很多小狼,很多山貓和山獅,響尾蛇,就像這裡的整個範圍。

  • Um, and so we'll come and we feed these guys.

    嗯,所以我們會來,我們喂這些傢伙。

  • This is Whitney Houston, this is Marvin Gaye over here.

    這是惠特尼-休斯頓,這是馬文-蓋伊在這裡。

  • He's our newest, he's a little stank, so just beware.

    他是我們最新的,他有點臭,所以要小心。

  • Um, this is toasty, toasty was like our first farm animal.

    嗯,這是土司,土司就像我們的第一個農場動物。

  • He's kind of a bully I guess, but he's super cute and they're really friendly.

    我猜他有點欺負人,但他超級可愛,他們真的很友好。

  • And let's see we are raising sheep to eat.

    讓我們看看,我們養羊是為了吃。

  • So these are door per sheep.

    所以這些是每隻羊的門。

  • So we get up and we feed everybody takes a minute, make sure everyone's doing okay.

    所以我們站起來,給每個人餵食,花了一分鐘,確保每個人都做得很好。

  • And then we like sort of see what damage was done at night with the garden because it's inevitably always something that's pretty much like the morning, sort of like early morning.

    然後我們喜歡排序,看看晚上的花園有什麼損失,因為它不可避免地總是像早上的東西,有點像清晨。

  • So this is our garden actually, it's a work in progress.

    是以,這就是我們的花園,它是一個正在進行的工作。

  • That's one of our decks right there, the other guys are hiding over there, they just sort of hang out and we're building upon for them, we're digging upon for them, but it's proven to be a lot more work than we thought.

    那是我們的一個甲板,其他的人躲在那裡,他們只是在外面閒逛,我們在為他們建造,我們在為他們挖掘,但事實證明,這比我們想象的要多很多工作。

  • Then we take care of bob Marley, who's our heritage turkey.

    然後我們照顧鮑勃-馬利,他是我們的遺產火雞。

  • So my son named him bob Marley, but the whole idea was that he was supposed to bring the peace, which he actually totally does.

    所以我的兒子給他取名為鮑勃-馬利,但整個想法是,他應該帶來和平,實際上他完全做到了。

  • It's crazy because the roosters were bullying everybody and everything.

    這很瘋狂,因為公雞們在欺負所有人和所有東西。

  • It was, it was terrible.

    它是,它是可怕的。

  • And then we got bob and like, you'll see them like a full on cockfight vibes, like they'll be like going at each other, the roosters and bob will come in and he's like, and then the routers you can tell they're pissed off, but like everyone just kind of spreads out and it's like okay bob did his job.

    然後我們有了鮑勃,就像,你會看到他們就像一個完整的鬥雞的氛圍,就像他們會像互相攻擊,公雞和鮑勃會進來,他就像,然後路由器你可以告訴他們生氣了,但像每個人只是種散開,它像好鮑勃做他的工作。

  • Yeah, so this looks really like trash right now, but there's a method I promise.

    是的,所以這現在看起來真的像垃圾,但我保證有一個方法。

  • Well first of all my covid shopping, so that's the first thing, so I'm absolutely giving back by taking all of my packages, all my boxes.

    嗯,首先是我的covid購物,所以這是第一件事,所以我絕對是通過把我所有的包裹,我所有的盒子來回饋。

  • We take all the tape off and everything and then we use it to cover the weeds and it helps to like we're trying to regenerate the soil basically without tilling, so we do know till farming.

    我們把所有的膠帶拿掉,然後用它來覆蓋雜草,這有助於像我們試圖在不翻耕的情況下使土壤再生,所以我們確實知道耕作。

  • So um that's why that looks like that, but it will soon have stuff on top of it and that's just gonna help with all the weeds and stuff like that.

    所以,嗯,這就是為什麼看起來像那樣,但它很快就會有東西在上面,這只是要幫助解決所有的雜草和類似的東西。

  • Um And this is one of our main garden boxes so you can sort of see the massacre that happened here.

    嗯,這是我們的一個主要花園箱,所以你可以看到這裡發生的大屠殺的排序。

  • Um This is like coming into a war zone.

    嗯,這就像進入了一個戰區。

  • It's kind of like a tender subject with.

    這有點像一個溫柔的主題與。

  • But um these, you see these three rows 123 that are absolutely empty and terrible.

    但是,嗯,這些,你看到這三排123,絕對是空的,可怕的。

  • That is because we are in a war that I'm losing with the gophers.

    這是因為我們正處於一場我與地鼠的戰爭中,而我卻輸了。

  • So they were all different kinds of broccoli and cauliflower.

    所以他們都是不同種類的西蘭花和花椰菜。

  • There's one stalk of broccoli left and it's been not on.

    還剩下一株西蘭花,它一直沒開。

  • Um they're really disrespectful.

    嗯,他們真的很不尊重人。

  • These gophers, they're really aggressive and the crazy thing is, is that they pull it underneath the ground so like a cartoon, I lied to you not.

    這些地鼠,它們真的很有攻擊性,而且最瘋狂的是,它們把它拉到地面下,所以就像卡通片一樣,我騙了你不是。

  • It was literally me like pulling on this broccoli stock and this stupid go for was like tugging and finally I just was like this is outrageous and I let go because I could not believe this is happening.

    這簡直就是我在拉這個西蘭花股票,這個愚蠢的去就像在拉扯,最後我只是覺得這太離譜了,我就放手了,因為我無法相信會發生這種情況。

  • So ridiculous.

    如此荒唐。

  • So we're standing in my olive grove and we harvest our olives once a year and we pressed them to make olive oil that I've coined liquid gold.

    所以我們站在我的橄欖園裡,我們每年收穫一次橄欖,我們把它們壓榨成橄欖油,我把它稱為液體黃金。

  • Um, so it's definitely probably one of my proudest things here just because like, I didn't know that we could do that and when we did our first harvest it was, I was so just sort of wowed by how great everything came out.

    嗯,所以這絕對可能是我在這裡最自豪的事情之一,因為我不知道我們可以做到這一點,當我們第一次收穫時,我只是被所有的東西都出來了而感到驚訝。

  • But I think really just like every year, it's something else that sort of thrives and that like every season rather that we're able to grow and that I didn't know how to do before.

    但我認為真的就像每年一樣,這是其他的東西,有點茁壯成長,就像每個季節一樣,而是我們能夠成長,而我以前不知道如何做。

  • So that's pretty cool.

    所以那是非常酷的。

  • Oh, we have lots of citrus.

    哦,我們有很多柑橘。

  • So I love that.

    所以我喜歡這樣。

  • Like we have kind of all the citrus, we have all the different variations of like limes, we have tangerines, we have sour oranges, we have cara, cara oranges and valencia's and blood oranges.

    就像我們有所有的柑橘,我們有所有不同的變化,如酸橙,我們有橘子,我們有卡拉,卡拉橙和瓦倫西亞的和血橙。

  • Meyer lemons and I love that because I cook with all that stuff like every day.

    梅耶檸檬,我喜歡這個,因為我每天都在用這些東西做飯。

  • So I love being able just to go and there's nothing like going to like a tree and picking something off.

    所以我喜歡能夠去,沒有什麼比去像一棵樹上採摘東西更重要的了。

  • So I love that.

    所以我喜歡這樣。

  • So this is a sour orange tree and it's one of my favorites.

    所以這是一棵酸橙樹,是我的最愛之一。

  • The oranges are about that big, like really deep orange color and they're like tart but just like really bright flavor and I use them a lot for cooking and like when they're flowering, like the wind will blow and it's most incredible smell.

    橙子大概有那麼大,就像真正的深橙色,它們就像酸味,但就像非常明亮的味道,我經常用它們來做飯,就像當它們開花的時候,風一吹,就會有最不可思議的味道。

  • It's amazing.

    這很驚人。

  • That's one of my favorite things about all of this honestly is like orange blossom and lemon blossom scent.

    這是我最喜歡的事情之一,說實話,這些都是像橙花和檸檬花的香味。

  • So this is my barn and it's probably the last thing for us to sort of restore and renovate.

    是以,這是我的穀倉,它可能是我們最後一個要修復和翻新的東西。

  • Um, we haven't put any horses in here yet, but this is where we hatch all of our eggs.

    嗯,我們還沒有把任何馬放在這裡,但這是我們孵化所有雞蛋的地方。

  • So like all our baby chicks and where like when the sheeps have the babies, they're in here and goats and our ducks listen, it's definitely more quiet out here.

    是以,像我們所有的小雞和像羊生孩子的時候,它們在這裡,山羊和我們的鴨子聽,這裡肯定更安靜。

  • It's peaceful.

    它是和平的。

  • I mean, I think for me, like one of the biggest things was just that like I have been on tour for the past 20 years and I felt like I'm in a big city, every second of the day and I just felt like when I come home, I don't want to come home to the same bustle and kind of same thing, you know, and so being able to just like have ground to walk, that's mine and to be able to be outside and I think it's just super important to, I don't know, like get your hands dirty, your feet dirty and just like kind of really absorb all of it on your off time, especially because it kind of restores you to get back out there and do more.

    我的意思是,我認為對我來說,最大的事情之一是,就像我在過去的20年裡一直在巡迴演出,我覺得我在一個大城市裡,每一天的每一秒,我只是覺得,當我回家的時候,我不想回到同樣的喧囂和那種相同的事情,你知道。是以,能夠有地方散步,這是我的,能夠在外面,我認為這是很重要的,我不知道,就像弄髒你的手,弄髒你的腳,就像在你的休息時間真正吸收所有的東西,特別是因為它讓你恢復,回到那裡做更多的事情。

  • So it's pretty crazy to be in major cities and just still have like food deserts and the fact that like, you know, there is still so much poverty and there's still so little when we know that there actually is so much and that was one of the big, really large driving forces for us I think not just as a chef, but as a mom, as a black woman, like really wanting to control our story.

    是以,在主要城市中,仍然有像食物沙漠一樣的事實是非常瘋狂的,就像,你知道,仍然有這麼多的貧困,仍然有這麼少,而我們知道實際上有這麼多,這是我們的一個大的,真正大的驅動力,我想不僅僅是作為一個廚師,而是作為一個母親,作為一個黑人婦女,像真的想控制我們的故事。

  • And so for me it was really about finding ways to kind of like regain the power right, like take back our power and be able to grow what we want to eat the way that we want to eat it.

    是以,對我來說,這真的是要找到一種方法,就像重新獲得權力一樣,就像奪回我們的權力,能夠種植我們想吃的東西,以我們想吃的方式。

  • Hopefully as we get our farming together, be able to share more of kind of what we're learning, what we're growing with others, you know?

    希望隨著我們的耕作,能夠與他人分享更多我們所學到的東西,我們所成長的東西,你知道嗎?

  • Not just my family, but that's the that's the idea.

    不僅僅是我的家人,但那是那的想法。

  • Mhm.

    嗯。

  • Basically like this whole year kind of, even though it wasn't the plan being that we were all home for covid, like I was able to spend time on the farm and really kind of figure out what, I don't know my next steps we're going to be.

    基本上,這一整年,儘管這不是計劃中的,因為我們都在家裡過春節,但我能夠花時間在農場上,真正弄清楚什麼,我不知道我的下一步我們要做什麼。

  • And so I started this thing called goldmine boxes and doing all this natural sauces and foods and really now like healthcare, beauty stuff.

    是以,我開始了這個叫金礦盒的事情,做所有這些天然的醬料和食品,現在真的像保健、美容的東西。

  • Just because like I've had time to research and to gross up on the farm.

    只是因為像我有時間去研究和在農場裡毛遂自薦。

  • So my goal yeah, it would be too, like I would love to open like a farm to table restaurant.

    是以,我的目標是,它也將是,比如我很想開一家從農場到餐桌的餐廳。

  • Um But really my real goal is to do like sort of a retreat to do like a restaurant retreat where you can stay and just like rejuvenate and eat and learn and just relax.

    但實際上,我的真正目標是做類似於撤退的工作,做類似於餐廳撤退的工作,在那裡你可以留下來,就像恢復活力,吃東西,學習,只是放鬆。

  • So I guess you like sort of like a boutique, mini lush little oasis is what I'd like to do.

    所以我想你就像一個精品一樣,迷你茂盛的小綠洲是我想做的。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

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