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Tag: local food

Sausage & Spaetzle

I know that if you were to count, the number of times I use the words “easy” and “delicious” would top the charts! But that’s all to say, the recipes I want to share with you need to be both. I’ve found that spaetzle is an easier alternative than pasta for many dishes. While it…
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Chicken Tortilla Soup

This hearty chicken soup is the one to choose when you get a little bit bored with your standard chicken soup options. Tomato is a great wake-up for your palette and you can easily add your own customization to suit your tastes. The stock can easily be made in an Instant Pot then strained to…
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What’s Your Shopping Style?

Are you a Farmers’ Market Shopper ? There are many advantages to shopping at farmers’ markets. Some of these include: You can see everything! We’ll always show you various size options to help you find the right fit. You’ll also be able to see how our products are packed, how cuts are marbled and the…
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Crumb Top or Not: Our two favorite muffins

Muffins were always a huge treat growing up and they still are! Getting up early to mix these and bake for breakfast does take a bit of planning. Jake is the baker in our household and so when he makes these, it is always appreciated! Our favorite way to eat these are with generous curls…
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What’s in Season?

What’s in season now? and what’s to come? Each year we reflect on our goal to raise enough of each of our products to provide them to you on a year-round basis. Our “what’s in season” infographic, above is a visual representation of that goal. In the winter, we review what you purchased, how much…
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Gyoza Inspired Meatballs & Scallion Pancakes

When we see the first scallions of the season at farmers’ market, it is time for this dynamic duo! These two recipes combine for a delicious meal designed to enliven your meal planning. We use a pound each of pork & beef to make a double batch of these meatballs. If that feels like a…
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Broth + Barley = A simple equation with loads of yummy possibilities

This barley soup has become one of our “go-to” soups this winter. Of all the options, our favorite is to make it with lamb bones because of the mellow, almost sweet flavor they add. Abby makes it in the Instant Pot, and the first step is to cook the bones on the soup setting (high…
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Raisin French Toast

This recipe is an adaptation of the one Abby grew up loving. Bob (Abby’s dad) used to make trays of this on cold winter mornings. Now we make it on Sunday mornings after we’ve done chores as a second breakfast. We use the entire loaf, aiming for enough leftovers to make Monday mornings a bit…
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Absolutely Easy & Delicious Stew Hen

When it’s time to retire our laying hens we harvest them, and they become stew hens. One of our goals is to help you become a true “nose-to-tail eater” by relishing every part of the critter produced in every part of the process. Because our focus is on producing eggs consistently year-round the retirement of…
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Sausage Egg Cups

Breakfast IS the most important part of the day and isn’t it even more delicious when it’s ready quickly?! One of our favorite breakfasts to make ahead of time are these sausage egg cups. Despite our intentions to make them last for a few days, these frequently become our favorite snack for second breakfast too,…
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