Some quick tips and recipe ideas
TC Farm now offers salad greens with our monthly deliveries!
Each month we deliver to over 70 different pickup sites - it takes a lot of work to get that all ready. This past month we delivered nearly twice as much as the month before and wanted to give you a glimpse of what that looks like!
Food has always been a passion for us. While we love cooking and feeding our family, donating to various organizations that help feed those in need is even more meaningful.
Every year we like to give families and children the chance to meet some of the new chicks that are arriving at our farms! This is one of our most popular events each year!
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
A simple crowd-pleasing and versatile pasta sauce
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...
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.