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Summer Squash Pappardelle

Posted by Eli Crain | Tags: recipes, vegetarian, 05-31-2022, 06-07-2022

The best part about this recipe is that you can substitute almost any of the ingredients for something that you have on hand and it ALWAYS turns out!

Celeriac and Winter Veggie Soup

Posted by Eli Crain | Tags: 04-26-2022, VEGETARIAN, recipes

A perfect warming soup for a dreary evening.

Braised Beet Greens

Posted by Eli Crain | Tags: side, vegetarian, 04-26-2022

Most of the time the beets we encounter already have their greens cut off because removing the greens keeps the beet root fresh for longer. But beet greens are really yummy and good for you! They often can be used in place of greens like spinach, kale and chard but they are delicious all on their own.

Fennel-Rubbed Pork Chops

Posted by Eli Crain | Tags: pork chop, recipes, 04-12-2022

One of my favorite ways to eat pork chops. If you don't have whole fennel seeds at home, it's worth a trip to the store to get some for this recipe!

Green Beans with Crunchy Walnuts and Anchovies

Posted by Eli Crain | Tags: recipes, vegetarian

This recipe is delicious at room temp and piping hot and comes together super quickly on a weeknight.

Fennel and Citrus Salad

Posted by Eli Crain | Tags: recipes, 04-12-2022, vegetarian

This salad combines salty, sweet, tangy and crunchy in a surprising but delicious way!

Banana Bread

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: desserts, recipes, 06-07-2022

So simple and good for your soul!

What do Hens Do on Lockdown?

Posted by Elizabeth O'Sullivan

You might have read in the news recently about avian flu here in Minnesota. Since our chickens and hens are pasture raised, limiting their exposure to wild birds poses special challenges. One of our farmers, Elizabeth, shares what her family is doing to keep our hens safe while lifting their spirits, too!