Farm Journal 9/10/23

Greg won a First Place Blue Ribbon for best Pork Ribs in town! Our neighborhood church (Center United Methodist Church) had a friendly Barbecue Competition and Greg stepped up to the plate! He cooked up a few racks of our St. Louis Ribs and slathered them in Grandma Kathy’s Maple Barbecue Sauce. It was a tasty treat and he wowed the crowd! Way to go Greg!

This Wednesday is the 15th week of our CSA (an odd week).

Farm pick up on Wednesday 11 – 7, Northside (allegheny commons) on Friday 3 – 7, and Squirrel Hill (beacon/bartlette) on Sunday 9 – 1.

Don’t forget that you can place an order and we’ll bring it to the markets for you!

New this week!

Ring Bologna – our pastured pork – ready to eat! Great on sandwiches or heated up on the stove.

Ready to eat Pork Snack Sticks – Pepper with Asiago Cheese and Smoked BBQ Sticks

Come to our Fall Farm Party! 

We, like many fruit tree owners in the area, we have a bumper crop of apples (and pears) this year! We’ll get out the old cider press on September 23 starting around 4 pm.

1) Bring along any apples you’ve got… ask your neighbors down the street if they’d let you pick their apples in exchange for a couple bottles of cider! Bring apples or ripe pears.

2) Bring along jugs, bottles, or jars for transporting some cider home in.

3) Help process these fruits into cider! 

4) Hang out for a bon-fire and cook dogs and s’mores afterwards (we’ll supply the ingredients!).

Let’s come together and press some cider! 

This is a great time to gather the community and talk about the the collective hopes and dreams for the farm and how to rock the Farm Club fantasies. 

We’d appreciate an RSVP for this event. Thanks!

Enjoy a sit-down dinner on our patio, and then quick tour of the farm! 

Join us on Saturday, September 16th, as we are the pop-up site for Spretzzatura’s (from Millvale) Autumn Harvest Feast.  Click here to purchase tickets.

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