4 tips to Tackle Your CSA Box

August 09, 2018

Joining a CSA was a big commitment. We have to show up EVERY week with an appropriate container. We receive a seemingly huge amount of veggies THEN we have to figure out what to do with it throughout the week! It can be a pretty intimidating idea to even think about. Here are some tips that have helped me stay afloat from drowning in veggies throughout the week

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I'm pretty sure my love language is FOOD

June 06, 2018

Using all those wonderful veggies accompanied buy the meat we raised and milk from our cow....We might just have to tie me down so I don't fly away.

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Quick Low-Carb Breakfast+ Easter Egg Decorations

March 19, 2018

Easter is right around the corner.  With a rainbow of assorted colors of eggs our ladies lay, I don’t need to do any dying or coloring to make Easter decorations.  But in order to display them on the table for years to come I usually blow out the interior of the eggs.... I decided the easiest way to cut those carbs in the morning was to plan ahead and make these delicious egg muffins ahead of time.

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Did you Butchem’ yourself?

March 07, 2018

During my first year farming I had been told on more than one occasion that I wasn’t cut out to be a farmer. I don’t look like a farmer.  Or that I wouldn’t have the fortitude to make it all work. 

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How to Cook the Perfect Farm Fresh Boiled Egg

February 13, 2018

Boiling pastured eggs can be difficult. The eggshells often won’t come off very evenly and it leaves your a boiled egg looking like you ran it through the paper shredder. They just seem to stick like glue to the egg for some reason.

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Grilled Cheese That'll Make You Wanna Slap Ya Mama!

January 23, 2018

Lately, my favorite lunch has been a grilled cheese sandwich! You can dress it up and you can dress it down, but for God’s sake - do not forget the lard under any circumstances! 

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Fall Farm Day & Turkey pick up

October 31, 2017

This time of year is always such a nice time to sloooow down and take time for your friends and family. Especially on the farm things are going to slow down drastically. If you haven’t joined us before for our turkey pick up day it’s sort of our way of slowing down and getting back in touch. Some families have even decided to make it an annual tradition!

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5 Things You Might Not Know About Cottonwood Farm

August 18, 2017

There are several things about our farm that our customers are surprised to know. They make life a little easier for you and hopefully make you feel valued as a customer.That's right you are more than cash or card to us. You are truly valued by us. 

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Munchie is going to be a momma!

June 25, 2017

I wanted to give you a quick update on what's going on on our farm. The most exciting news is that we've had a chicken harvest recently. It was very stressful but luckily this year we had several wonderful people come out to the farm and help us with the harvest. 

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HAPPY FATHER'S DAY: Chicken & Dumplings Always Reminds Me of My Dad

June 18, 2017

Growing up about once every month dad and I would make chicken and dumplings together. It became a tradition on the exact manner in which we would go about it. Dad would make up the batter and carefully roll it out on the counter. 

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The SECRET to makeing mouth watering Pie Crust

May 19, 2017

I was pretty intimidated when I started making my own pie crust. But, I soon became hooked on it! There's so many variations and so much you can do with it! 

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The whole chicken Demystified!

April 20, 2017

Don't let a little ol' chicken scare you! Breaking down a whole chicken is way easier than you think.

Buying a whole chicken is way more economical. If you don't want to roast your chicken here's how to break it down.

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