Mother (Nature) Knows Best
Winter weather has arrived at the farm. On this particular day, a wintry mix of sleet and rain is crusting our windshields with sheets of ice as smooth as glass. The bare field rows, relieved of their summer duties, are parallel streams of muddied soil and rainwater. The last few stragglers of fall foliage are holding on, but not for long.
“We’ve been very fortunate to develop relationships with culinary experts who were willing to train a bunch of dirt farmers.”
I always loved Brussels sprouts as a kid because let's face it, anything served with greasy, crunchy bacon and a side of mashed potatoes is a home run. But so many people are turned off by Brussels and it comes down to the fact that they've never had a good one. This is where our baby Brussels swoop in like a sprout superhero to save the day.
You might think it'd be a little dull on an Ohio farm in January, but it's actually just the beginning of a year of flavorful specialty vegetables, herbs and microgreens from The Chef's Garden.