What Happened to the Carrots?

This cute little guy can’t take all the blame! You would think that with four hightunnels we would have plenty of room to grow enough fresh veggies for you. But no, we had to expand to some outside beds. We chose crops that are the least vulnerable to insect...

TBF Salad Dressing

TBF Salad Dressing This is our own recipe crafted at Toppled Barn Farm. It is light and balances well our just picked greens without masking thier super fresh flavor. 1/2 cup olive oil (extra virgin)1/4 cup lemon juice (freshly squeezed)2 tbsp Bragg's liquid...

Hoppin’ John Stuffed Collard Rolls

Hoppin’ John Stuffed Collard Rolls We tried this recipe to use up some collard leaves and loved it. It's adapted from the How Not to Die Cookbook by Dr. Greger page 158. 1 can crushed tomatoes (28 oz)1 onion (minced)1 green bell pepper (minced)3 garlic...

Smoky Black-eyed Peas and Collards

Smoky Black-eyed Peas and Collards This is an easy recipe adapted from How Not to Die by Dr. Michael Greger. Serve over cooked quinoa or brown, black, or red rice to make a quick meal! 1 bunch Collard greens (washed and stems removed)1 onion (chopped)1 tsp smoked...

Quinoa Stuffed Collard Leaves

Quinoa Stuffed Collard Leaves I created this recipe with ingredients I had on hand. Stuffed them into some collard leaves, drizzled with Chef's AJ's Yummy Sauce, and rolled them up to serve. Very quick and fresh tasting! collard leaves 3 cups quinoa...

Welcome to Tony and Jenny!

We are so thankful to have Tony and Jenny join us for at least a few months for some hands-on farm training. This is a new experience for us and we hope we can give them just what they need. In the meantime, all the hands-on practice is translating into some...

Adil’s Moroccan Beet Salad

Adil’s Moroccan Beet Salad Shared by a customer, this beet salad is colorful and delicious! 5 beets (medium to large)1 cucumber1 onion (medium)1 tomato (optional)1 tbsp olive oil1 tbsp vinegarsalt and pepper (to taste) Place beets in saucepan and cover with...

Spinach

Long before kale hit the scene as a superfood in the mid-2000s, spinach was being touted by Popeye the Sailor Man as a muscle packing superfood starting as far back as 1929. Popeye may have been onto something. Although kale has more vitamin K, and vitamin C, than...

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