Ode to the Season + RECIPE: Kale Peanut Salad

Slowly, it’s coming– this calm beautiful transition into fall. I love Wisconsin summers. Despite the way they seem to race by every year, I treasure them. I hold them dearly. Every season, we work hard to try and find just a few more minutes away from the farm to really savor them without work because…

Storage Crops + RECIPE: Late Summer Green Bean Salad

This time of year just always seems to sneak up on us in the most wonderful way. We are so laser focused on getting all the fall crops into the ground, harvesting the first of the tomatoes, preparing for Soil Sisters, figuring out how to get away for Kyle’s birthday (more on this later!), and…

Tomatoes Have Arrived + RECIPE: Simplest Summer Abundance Salad

The tomatoes have arrived and everything about them is amazing. They’re easy to harvest. They’re beautiful. They’re undamaged. They’re abundant. They are perfect. In our seven seasons of farming, we haven’t had many of what we would consider a “good” tomato year. A lot of the disappointment had to do with our lack of growing…

Supporting CSA + RECIPE: Easy Eggplant Parm Bake

When my Carrot and I started this farm seven years ago, it’s safe to say we had no idea what we were getting ourselves into. And though we have grown our business by 30-40% every year and are extremely proud of the produce we put out into our local community each week, there are still…

Cold Spring + RECIPE: Midwest Bok Choy Ramen Salad

Spring is chugging along my friends– chugging along very, very slowly. Things started with a real burst for us in mid-April. We were blessed with 70-degree weather and an absolutely perfect week. We planted onions and lettuce right on schedule. It rained when we needed it to. It stopped just in time. We planted a…