FARMBOYS

THE PRODUCE PROJECT

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FARMBOYS SALE THIS WEDNESDAY
Wednesday July 18 8am-12pm Kip’s house

101 Hillwood Blvd (or enter off Post Rd onto Fransworth across from the second Hill Place entrance)(look for our chalkboard signs on Post rd).

Here are the baskets we’ve been making today. Beautiful heirloom tomatoes, corn, okra, purple rattlesnake beans, potatoes, peppers, eggplant and squash. We also have blackberries, peaches, herb bouquets and Truffle Herb Butter - please stop by!

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Thanks to everyone who came by our sale today!!

Boy did we get lucky with the weather! We had a great morning under the big maple with the most colorful baskets of veggies we ever had. The bright yellow canary melons were a hit and as usual ,we sold out of truffle herb butter early - we promise to make a lot next week!

Stay tuned - next week we will be out in front of Kip’s house in Hillwood!

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FARMBOYS Produce Sale!
 
Wednesday July 11
8am-12pm
 
Clay’s house – 4410 Forsythe Place
(between Belle Meade Blvd and Lynnwood Blvd)
 
Veggie baskets (with Mr. Stripey tomatoes, sweet corn, multicolor peppers, okra, purple rattlesnake beans, potatoes and squash), Herb bouquets from The Garden of Eatin, Canary melons, blackberries, Truffle Herb Butter and FARMBOYS t-shirts!   

  Please stop by!
 
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FARM FOOD FRIDAY!
Ok well it’s Sunday but if you’re wondering what to do with all those veggies you got from us here’s an easy recipe!
Grilled Veggie Ribbons:
Take all the veggies and slice them on a mandoline or just use a veggie peeler to peel into ribbons. Curl them up in a pan, drizzle olive oil and sprinkle salt and pepper then put in the oven at 450 for 10 minutes or put on a hot grill in a grill pan. Then chop up all your herbs and sprinkle on top. We bet your kids will even eat these veggies!

FARM FOOD FRIDAY!

Ok well it’s Sunday but if you’re wondering what to do with all those veggies you got from us here’s an easy recipe!

Grilled Veggie Ribbons:

Take all the veggies and slice them on a mandoline or just use a veggie peeler to peel into ribbons. Curl them up in a pan, drizzle olive oil and sprinkle salt and pepper then put in the oven at 450 for 10 minutes or put on a hot grill in a grill pan. Then chop up all your herbs and sprinkle on top. We bet your kids will even eat these veggies!

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Great Sale Yesterday! Thank you to Everyone who came out to support us! We think everyone liked our peaches we added to the sale and the new truffle herb butter. Special Thanks to Aunt Alice- our first customer and Miss  Carol -our first t-shirt sale!

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FARMBOYS FIRST POP UP PRODUCE SALE!

We had a great turn out at the first Farmboy pop up sale. Thank you to everyone who came by and supported us! Special thanks to Ms. Cook our first customer! We had a great time with all of your kids and they sure liked our canteloupes. We sold out of veggie baskets and our wild blackberries and herb butter were some favorite items. We think everyone liked our mint tea too. We hope to see you next week at our pop up sale at Kip’s house. It’s Friday, June 22, 3-5 pm, 101 Hillwood Blvd (or you can enter on Fransworth across from the entrance to Hill Place). See you next week with more great produce, herbs and flowers!

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SALE TODAY!!!

Friday, June 22, 3-5 pm

101 Hillwood blvd
(or enter off Post Rd across from the second Hill Place entrance down Fransworth)
Look for our signs!

We will have Produce Baskets to Go, PEACHES, wild blackberries, truffle herb butter, pesto and herb bouquets from The Garden of Eatin!

Plus FARMBOYS t-shirts

Stop by and See us!!

Clay and Kip

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FARM FOOD FRIDAY!!

Here is our first recipe for our FARM FOOD FRIDAY series which we got from Ms. Mahanes. She was so nice to let us know what she did with the produce she bought. Thanks Ms Mahanes!  Sure looks good! She wrote:

"Wanted to show you what we made from the fabulous Farmboys Corn and Green Onions from my new favorite cookbook.
Highly recommend! 

All the beast,

Melissa”




CORN FRITTERS
(from The Beekman 1802 Heirloom Cookbook)

1 1/2 cups corn kernels, fresh (from 2 to 3 ears)
2 scallions, thinly sliced
1/3 cup finely chopped dry-cured chorizo sausage (optional)
2 large eggs, separated
2 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
2 teaspoons sugar
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil or vegetable oil

In a large bowl, combine the corn, scallions, chorizo (if using), egg yolks, and melted butter.  In a separate bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, sugar and salt. Fold the flour mixture into the corn batter.

With a mixer, in a separate bowl, beat the egg whites to soft peaks. Gently fold the whites into the corn batter.

In a large skillet, heat the oil over medium heat. In batches, drop the fritters in mounds into the oil, about 4 at a time. Cook until golden brown and cooked through, about 2 minutes per side.

Serve plain, or with mayo mixed with a little Siracha sauce and lemon juice or ancho chili powder, or with just a drizzle of maple syrup.

VARIATION:
For jazzier fritters, add some shredded sharp Cheddar to the corn mixture.

Serves 4

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FARMBOYS FIRST POP UP PRODUCE SALE!

We had a great turn out at the first Farmboy pop up sale. Thank you to everyone who came by and supported us! Special thanks to Ms. Cook our first customer! We had a great time with all of your kids and they sure liked our canteloupes. We sold out of veggie baskets and our wild blackberries and herb butter were some favorite items. We think everyone liked our mint tea too. We hope to see you next week at our pop up sale at Kip’s house. It’s Friday, June 22, 3-5 pm, 101 Hillwood Blvd (or you can enter on Fransworth across from the entrance to Hill Place). See you next week with more great produce, herbs and flowers!