Tips and Tricks!! Did you know that green herb stems can be used to impart flavor in the same way you would use their leaves?? Good for the world, and good for your wallet! . Here are a few examples of how to use this tip: You can put full […]
We would be happy to work with you to build a custom themed grazing table to suit your event, highlighting some of our favorite seasonal or themed hors d’oeuvres, flowers, fruits, dips, breads, meats, and cheeses.
Our neighborhood farmers’ market hasn’t reopened yet for the season, but we already have a fridge full of spring vegetables. It seemed like a good time to put together a list of tips for storing various vegetables without plastic! Beets, Radishes and Turnips‐ cutting the tops off keeps the roots […]
Deep in the Catoctin Mountains of Eastern Maryland, pigs trot around the forest, sniffing out grubs and gobbling up acorns. A truck pulls up and two men hop out. They walk to the back of the truck and pull out pallets of hydroponically grown barley, dumping the grass onto the […]
Tomato and Swiss Chard Tart with Owl’s Nest Pea Shoots At Farm to Feast, our partners must share our commitment to sustainability, responsible stewardship and the humane treatment of animals. This includes local vegetable farms that produce without chemical pesticides. Owl’s Nest Farms is one such partner. Located less than 15 […]
Local Microgreens by Underground Greens: Having grown up in Eastern Europe, Maryna Higgins always had a close connection with the land and her family farms. Maryna, an urban farmer and the owner of Underground Greens, has a passion for nurturing the plants and watching them grow before they end up […]
We are excited to announce our partnership with the amazing suppliers at Profish! They have a very helpful sustainable availability calendar that will help you to figure out when you have access to certain fish. Check it out here!
Chicama Run farm in Purcellville, VA is considered small but it has a big mission; i.e. to supply healthy pasture-raised meat from their Angus cattle, lambs, goats, pigs or chickens to discerning people, who want free-roaming grass-fed field animals to feed their families. “I wouldn’t buy the meat of the […]