Tis’ the season of a whole lotta apples! They are practically coming out of our ears here at the farm. What better way to use up the last of that bag sitting on the counter than to treat your kiddos, family, or roommates to this yummy dessert. It’ll be sure to put a smile
#FDcooking Apple Jelly, Turkey Bacon + Blue Cheese Flatbread! This recipe highlights one of Farm Discovery’s preserved products: Pink Peppercorn Apple Jelly. YUM. Shoutout to Terroir in a Jar! We started by heating the jelly with a little bit of water in a pan over med/low heat until it reached our desired sauce consistency.
Spice up snack time with a fun face plate! Choose any fresh veggies (or fruits) you have on hand, chop 'em up and make a face. Or get creative and go Picasso with it. This is a fun activity to do with the kids and great way to cultivate healthy relationships with fresh, healthy
Ingredients: Shredded Carrots Mint Cilantro Lettuce Shredded Purple Cabbage Ginger Garlic Soy Sauce or Coconut aminos Chicken Rice paper rolls Directions: Mix soy sauce/coconut aminos, ginger, and garlic in a mixing bowl. Put chicken in and let marinade for at least 15 min (the longer they marinade the more flavor) Prep veggies. Shred carrots,
We have the perfect recipe for you this holiday season! Everyone at Farm Discovery loved this one. In this season of celebrating, why not get your vitamin E, thiamin, niacin, vitamin B-6, folate, pantothenic acid, manganese, and potassium with your sweets? Ingredients: 1 butternut squash 2 tablespoons olive oil salt black pepper ½ tablespoon cinnamon ¼ tablespoon nutmeg ¼ cup maple
Have too many apples on your hands like we do? This recipe is a great way to turn them into a yummy on the go snack for everyone! This is a fun one to make as a family, even the tiniest of members can join in on the fun of stirring, pouring, and mashing! Tips
This summer in our Farm Discovery fields we decided to grow cucumbers, but not just any cucumbers, pickling cucumbers! They grew wonderfully and gave us more harvest then we knew what to do with. So, we did what you do with cucumbers and made pickles. We played around with a few different recipes with the
Here at Farm Discovery, one sure way to know the season has truly kicked off is when the strawberries start rolling in and the baking and preserving begins. One of our favorite ways to celebrate is with good old-fashioned strawberry shortcake. Join us Saturday, May 18th for Live Earth Farm’s farm stand opening day (1275
In California our weather allows us to grow citrus almost year round! And when the apple season wanes (although apples can be stored for quite a while) lemon season is picking up. On the farm we have Meyer lemons and Fuji Apples right now. Combine them and you can have all sorts of delicious recipes.
Parsnips are in abundance during winter months. They are sweet and nutritious but, unlike carrots, need to be cooked. Baking is a quick and easy way to make a warming winter treat from a delicious root! Ingredients: Parsnips Salt Olive Oil Seasonings (Curry is a delicious addition! ) Instructions: Preheat oven to 45o degrees. Slice