How to Slice Cabbage

Things you need to get the job done: Cabbage. Knife. Cutting Board. 4 steps:   Wash & Remove Outer Leaves. Quarter the Cabbage. Remove the Core. Shred. How to use the cabbage after you’ve sliced it: Coleslaw, Sauerkraut, Stir Fry, Casseroles, Salads, Roast it or...

Do you Even Saute?

To sauté is to cook food quickly in a minimal amount of fat over relatively high heat. The word comes from the French verb sauter, which means “to jump,” and describes not only how food reacts when placed in a hot pan but also the method of tossing the...

Michael’s Potato, Sausage & Kale Soup

Michael is  pretty accomplished in the kitchen and recently made this soup using potatoes, kale and onions that he and Zach grow.  Also in the recipe is a very gentle pinch of  Peter Pepper flake that is jarred at Little Bent Farm after their Hot Peter Peppers are...

Jen’s Sausage Balls with Kale

Kale is a superstar of leafy greens. Kale is loaded with antioxidants that can prevent or slow damage to cells caused by free radicals that the body produces as a reaction to environmental and other pressures. Kale has protective plant compounds called indoles that...

Linda Lacy’s Sweet Potato Muffins

Linda is a FABulous cook and baker. If you attended our Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting and Open House, you were able to sink your teeth into one of her sweet potato muffins. Linda is sharing her recipe with us, so be sure to get yourself some farm fresh sweet...

What Do Farmers Do When It Rains? Everyone Has A Day Off, Right?

This question may sound like a no-brainer to those of you who have grown up farming, or grown up around those who farm. I guess I’m a little naive, but for me it was a genuine question that I always wondered about. I always pictured a rainy day, for farmers, as...

Woolly Caterpillars and Mr. Brownie

I don’t know about y’all, but the older I get, the more my old bones are affected by the damp and cold. Weather like we’ve been having this week really makes me move stiffly and slowly. When I was young, I thought nothing of falling over while...

Scary Chickens And Their Amazing Technicolor Dream Eggs…

I have fond memories of growing up in the country as a child, surrounded by lots of nature, gardens, and farm animals. There was always something or somewhere to be explored. Although, if I’m being honest, during summer, I could be found most days, barefoot,...

Let Us Talk About Lettuce…

As you know, our recent cold snap, here in Kentucky, didn’t bode well for local lettuce crops. Hearing that our own little CSA crop also suffered got me to wondering. Like a lot of farming topics, I really don’t know that much about lettuce. Where did originate? Who...

Onions…A Real Tear-Jerker

“Oh Vidalia, Vidalia, you always gotta make me cry…” How many of us have that story of cutting up onions while bawling our eyes out? How many holiday occasions or church functions have had us cutting up large amounts of onions and dreading it and...
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