This is a farm camp favorite, perfect for hot days on the farm. Ingredients: makes about 12 popsicles 4 cups strawberries crowns removed 2 cups water ½ lemon or lime 4 sprigs of mint (optional) Directions: Blend all ingredients on high until smooth. Pour the blended berry mixture into popsicle molds. Place the Aqua
Happy Fall! We are transitioning out of the harvest season into our chillier months. The plants and animals are adjusting to the crisp air, and so are our noses. Nothing like a farm fresh meal to provide you warmth and comfort. You will want this Healthy Tuscan Vegetable Soup recipe in your back pocket
Nothing quite like the sweetness you get when you bite into a perfectly ripe strawberry. That flavor is the essence of summertime. May is an important and exciting month in the produce world. It is National Strawberry Month! Although strawberries are definitely the star of this salad, it has included avocado and baby spinach
This days could may be cold, but Farm Discovery won't let the chill stop them. Cozy meals and easy dinners that can feed (and warm up) a crowd are always a hit. We’re pretty sure that there is absolutely no better way to warm up than with a big bowl of this white bean
This is THE FAVORITE recipe from our Friendsgiving, Live Virtual Culinary Event. (you can still get the replay until December 2nd - friendsgiving replay) Thanks to Chef Martin Hoellrigl of Capitola Garden Feast for generously sharing his talents and expertise for this event and with you. Ingredients: 2 cups pumpkins or butternut squash 1 Tbsp olive oil
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.