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Special Home Delivery - April 2nd

Posted by Andrew Koss | Tags: newsletter

Because our first one this week went so well, TC Farm has arranged for a another special limited home delivery next Thursday, April 2nd, for members and non-members



Basic Red Pasta Sauce with Ground Beef

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: Recipes, Ground Beef, ground pork, newsletter

A simple crowd-pleasing and versatile pasta sauce



Freezer Space and 'Uncured' Food

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: article, newsletter, handbook

Ever wish you had more freezer space so that you could get just a little extra bacon or maybe a big pack of our maple-blueberry brats every so often? Here is the secret tip that you've been waiting for...



Picking up Your Food

Posted by Andrew Koss | Tags: newsletter, handbook

With 70+ neighborhood pickup sites across the Twin Cities, it is easy to get your food. But if you've never picked up before, you might wonder what picking up is like. (Hint: It's SOOO easy.) Wonder no more! We've even got a video to show you. Enjoy.



Ham Potato and Broccoli Quiche

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: recipes, eggs, sausages, ham, video, newsletter

This is a fairly quick and easy meal that works great for breakfast through dinner. A real crowd pleaser, plan on feeding four with this recipe.



Our Breads Are Amazing

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: newsletter, WaitlistSpecial

TC Farm is all about delivering the best food in the state - many are foods that you literally can't find in a grocery store, like our heritage wheat bread from Backwards Bread Co. It is so special, you need to try some for yourself.



What does Pasture Raised Really Mean?

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: newsletter

Pasture Raised. Grass Fed. Natural. Rotationally Grazed. There are so many different words out there for how food is raised. Some of the labels are even used to confuse you on purpose. Here, we'll take a little time to talk about some of the different labels and what the difference between them is. And why we raise our food the way we do.



A great report for learning more about grass-fed beef

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: Newsletter

Did you know that grass-fed beef is too often raised on a feedlot? Or that any imported beef which passes through a USDA-inspected plant can be labeled as a “Product of the USA.”? These are just a couple of the highlights from this grass-fed beef report which we will be writing about over the next couple of weeks.



When it Gets Cold on the Farm

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: article, newsletter

A lot people wonder what life is like on the farm when it gets cold. Here's a little peek.



The Impossible Meal

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: Newsletter

For the first time in well over a decade, I ordered fast food: an Impossible Whopper. Find out why



Recipes - Week of February 1

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: Newsletter, MealPlans

Bowl down the crowd this week with the best wings or an amazing flatbread. You can't buy food like this in a grocery and cooking ahead for the week is totally worth it!



TC Farm in the News

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: newsletter

The November 2019 edition of John Deere's magazine, The Furrow, featured an interview with TC Farm's Jack McCann and Ian Rhodes where they talk a little more about starting their farms, some of the challenges they faced as well as the decision to raise Cornish Cross chickens.



Jack McCann and Keith Hartmann at the Land Stewardship Forum

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: newsletter

Last spring, Jack and Keith (one of our TC Farm farmers) were two speakers at the Land Stewardship Project's Innovative Market Forum.



Challenge Yourself in 2020

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: Newsletter

Take care of yourself better in 2020 - we've got some food, paired with healthy meal plans and we've even partnered with FIT Studio to come up with some great ways to a better you in 2020



Eggnog for the New Year

Posted by Jack McCann | Tags: dessert, recipes, eggs, newsletter

If you're going to splurge and have eggnog, you really ought to make it yourself. It is quite easy and delicious! The New Year is a perfect time to serve this up for some guests!

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