WED. AUG. 16TH- Maple Syrup Tasting!
FRI. AUG. 18TH- Sample our American Style Kobe, and our Hereford beef burgers!
Thanks to everyone who joined us at our open house. What a good time! We've had a successful sugaring season. Visit the farmstand or call us with your syrup order.
We are now anxiously awaiting the first calves of the season.
This is awesome for baked chicken, fish and veggies. Although you can use it as a traditional marinade, its just as good to use in a slow cooker or roasting pan and forget about the actual 'marinating' part.
1 cup maple syrup
1 cup apple cider vinegar (or 3/4 cup depending on your taste)
1/4 stick butter
Warm up all ing. in saucepan together, just enough to melt butter.
Try our roasts for a chill or busy day. Located in the bottom drowr the 'PORK' freezer OR grab one of the last Wagyu roasts out of the chest freezer!
Place the roast in your crockpot, turn to high, (all crock pots are different) add potatoes, onions, carrots or any other root veggies you have handy. We also add any wilted greens we have not used such as kale, celery, parsley etc. Add water or stock as desired. Put the top on and have a meal ready by dinner time.
- 1 package TFF ground beef
- 1 box taco shells
-1 tbs. fiesta seasoning (or your favorite Mexican spices)
-1 can black beans
-shredded cabbage (or lettuce)
- shredded cheese and or sour cream
We have this when we look in the fridge and realize we are low on just about everything. You can substitute taco shells with corn chips, or tortillas.
-Brown ground beef in a frying pan while shells are warming in oven.
-When beef is browned, add drained beans, seasoning, and a touch of salsa.
-Heat for about 5 min. and spoon into heated shells. Top with salsa, cabbage, cheese and sour cream.
QUICK AND EASY!
Come see how we can help you get ready for the big feast!
If you are traveling, bring them a taste of Vermont with a gift of maple syrup, some honey, or a wreath to grace their holiday door.
If you are hosting, take a look at Sally Cabell's quilted place settings. They are tastefully bright, and made especially to complement the season. Be sure you have plenty of maple sugar to glaze those carrots and sweet potatoes, and grab a package of sausage for that stuffing!