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In the Kitchen

If farming is the cause then this page is the effect.  At Greenfingers, we farm to eat.  But the rest of you more than likely eat to live.  As a supplement to the weekly blogs, our In the Kitchen posts will hopefully make that living part a little more exciting.  Stay tuned for recipes, cooking demos, tips, lists, secrets, and anything else that will make your time in the kitchen something to look forward to.  There will be no pretentions.  No malarkey.  What there will be is an honest guide to transforming delicious local produce into a meal for you and your families.  Eat slowly, because everything else you do is too fast.

GFF

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Diane Strutz permalink
    January 15, 2010 9:09 pm

    This looks yummy…can’t wait for the first crop of tomatoes! and lettuce and corn and everything else…

  2. February 20, 2010 10:12 am

    I couldnt let your mom be the only comment you had on. Cant wait for the growing season sounds amazing.

  3. April 12, 2010 12:28 pm

    Hi guys – I’ll soon be in the business of delivering farm fresh food to Knoxville restaurants. My goal is to pick up fresh food from farms daily and deliver them to restaurants in the Old City, downtown, and the strip. Mind if I make a trip to your farm to chat and volunteer? I’ve been working w/ Charlotte Tolley from the Market Square Farmer’s Market on this, as well as volunteering at Happy Harvest weekly for the last 3 months to gain a little street cred. Would love to get your goods into town!

    I hope to hear from you soon!
    Julie Lien
    (850) 384-9682

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