We grow slow foods and very slow money because we grow diverse foods following the “old ways” that we hope mimic nature and become resilient overtime. Our first goal after buying a farm was to rebuild the soil with compost from locally gathered organic debris? We are still working on this project and grow ecologically.
More “food” for thought, local foods and good health are almost synonymous these days. Many experts recognize there is a connection between what you eat and being healthy. Examples include eliminating sodas from food stamp purchases and a push back from fast foods. That is why most of our recipes are simple, fast, and healthy featuring foods we grow ecologically on grass and hay. Sorry, no recipe today, still studying and finishing up papers for finals week.
We feature rare meats such as pork from Large Black Pigs, Belted Galloway Beef, Buffalo, and Finn and Shetland lamb and mutton. We also value our customers and are delighted to answer questions or grow requested produce. This month we planned to offer asparagus, however, the weather pattern supporting constant freezing temperatures has made crop yield unpredictable. If the weather decides to be agreeable we will add asparagus.
We hope all the moms had a wonderful Mother’s Day! We will be driving back from San Antonio and daughter Alexandra’s graduation from optometry school.
Thank you for being part of our family! We appreciate our relationships!