Before we had a heritage farm raised turkey at Thanksgiving, this was our go-to recipe. And for smoky, deep flavor and wow-factor, it's hard to beat. More.
Recipes from the Farm
Brussels Sprouts are best after a frost--sweet and tasty. Generally the frost comes just in time for Thanksgiving. Cooking anything with bacon elevates it to holiday status. And this is one holiday recipe that is nice and simple. More.
A simple treat that adds color and rich salty sweet flavor to your holiday spread. More.
This is a wonderful and authentic Southern recipe shared by one of our long-time supporters. Definitely a worthwhile addition to the holiday spread! More.
Late August or early September is the time for getting our fresh green beans and blanching and freezing them for this Thanksgiving green bean casserole. More.
No matter how much you make, it won't be enough. Rich and creamy, these potatoes are the stuff of feasts. More.
The Jerusalem artichoke is an unsung vegetable with high wow factor in its flavor. This soap celebrates the harvest and is a lovely unique addition to any holiday spread. More.
We generally use this simple recipe so we can taste test our turkey with no distractions! More.
A simple traditional gravy with no extra flavors. More.
Every year we get lots of folks asking, how many pounds per person and it's always good to know when your turkey is done! More.