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Minuet Cabbage (also commonly called Chinese Cabbage or Napa Cabbage) has thick crisp stems and frilly yellow-green leaves. The flavor is often sweeter and softer than common cabbage. Seasoned and fermented, it tastes great as kimchi and Minuet cabbage shines as a base for raw salads and stir-fries. Its outer leaves are great for wrapping homemade spring rolls but the tender inner leaves are what really makes this vegetable an extremely versatile superstar. Minuet cabbage is extremely low in calories but packed with many antioxidant plant compounds such as carotenes, thiocyanates, indole-3-carbinol, lutein, zea-xanthin, sulforaphane and isothiocyan...
Our heritage breed Red Wattle pork is now available and ready for you to purchase. These pigs are fat and healthy from foraging on our organic pasture grasses plus our proprietary blend of certified organic non-GMO, soy-free whole grains like oats and barley, along with generous splashes of organic, unfiltered apple cider vinegar. This is the highest quality, pastured raised pork free of antibiotics, herbicides, pesticides and hormones. If you have never tasted red wattle pork - now is your chance. The tender, moist and complex flavor is described by Zingerman's as 'rich, herbaceous, even a little sweet’. We currently sell our pigs by the whole, ...
We are so surprised and pleased that USA Today picked up Annabelle Tometich's story about life on our farm. No doubt they were also wooed by Kinfay Moroti's beautiful photography.
We loved being a part of the entertaining story in today's Taste section of The News Press. They surveyed Southwest Florida chefs asking for their go-to gadgets, then asked all of us for selfies with our favorite kitchen gadget. There are some fun shots there!
Watch this hilarious video as James and John Gargano up the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise money for ALS. Theirs is the "Tractor" Bucket Challenge. Love these guys and their awesome spirit!
We are loving this article by Bob Massey in this week's Florida Weekly that provides an in-depth look at the cattle biz here in SWFL. At our farm, we are not your traditional cattle ranch because we're doing what what so few ranchers here do - grass-feed our cows. Everybody knows that's healthier for the cows, our environment, and us, right?