Ever wished you could ignore traffic signs, park on the sidewalks and make sudden U turns in the middle of a city street? Consider becoming the proud owner of a box truck.
One advantage of the mild winter is that our tarragon, parsley, sage, lavender and rosemary have emerged triumphant. A few plants, however, are hardly enough...
On a misty morning with high humidity in March it’s difficult to not stop and smell ALL the daffodils blooming along the lane at Smith Meadows.
The New York Times wants to know your opinion about eating meat... and so do we!
Can a Smith Meadows grass-fed burger carry the same culinary gravitas as a magnum of French Champagne? How a list of silly t-shirt slogans prompted a philosophical debate about soil, pasture, and terroir.
Food is personal. Today's post describes the importance of eating well and living well and invites you to follow our kitchen page on Facebook. Buon Appetito!
We’re very much like a tribe, or an extended family-- and Jimmy was one of our own; a commercial fisherman and true direct marketer, who personally caught and hand processed everything he sold, trucking it himself to farmers market each week.