Here are a few ideas to keep your leftovers fresh and exciting, and a few that will happily end up in your freezer for a quick and easy heat-and-eat meal.
You can deck out the house, plan an extravagant menu, and invite family and friends over to celebrate the season, all while keeping it eco-friendly.
The practice of choosing a turkey is dependent on a few factors: where to source it from, what you're looking for, the number of people you're trying to feed, etc.
Tips to avoid the "Is that what we're eating for dinner" and "Do I have to eat it?" questions that often come up when introducing new foods.
Organic farming works in harmony with nature. Part of this involves understanding how nature builds soil, which can be done by planting cover crops!
Helping pollinators thrive isn't just for the spring planting months. Find out what you can do to help save the bees when the weather turns cold.
Food is an ongoing conversation in many homes. Read on for some great tips on how can you help your children understand the importance of organic.
Planting wildflowers is the best way to help save the bees. If the idea of attracting bees to your yard scares you, read on for tips on how to avoid getting stung!
These are perfect for a breakfast indulgence, a quick snack when the kids come home from school or an easy pick me up as you are headed out the door.
Making healthy lunches every day for your kids can be easy and fun! Here are a few lunch idaes to get your creative juices flowing.
Berry Cobbler Granola takes ordinary blueberry muffins to a whole new level. These are divine!
Need a recipe to help you beat the heat? Sometimes it's as easy as chop, blend and freeze.
Creamy chocolate with a boost of protein makes this fudgesicle a must-have summer treat.
These peanut butter party o's are super tasty, but also provide some added nutrients and are made with natural, organic ingredients!
Take advantage of the bounty of peaches in season now and treat yourself to this fun summertime dish that can be made in just minutes!
In June, we visited our home farm in the Upper Skagit Valley of Washington State. We picked fresh berries and got caught up with Farmer Jim!
Granola is so versatile, it can be used for snacks, trail mix or even as a topping for dessert. We're excited to bring you the tastiest and most amazing way to eat granola: Fruit Parfaits!
Filled with good-for-you ingredients like almond milk and frozen fruit, this easy dessert is perfect for your 4th of July celebrations.
Learn what's best for your backyard compost!
Learn how to maintain a healthy garden by working with nature.
These deliciously gooey breakfast rolls are the perfect addition to any brunch or family gathering.
With a hint of honey and a burst of summer blueberries, these mini cheesecakes are the perfect finger food dessert.
An ode to an old favorite, these holiday-inspired S'mores Bars make a great hostess gift.
Adding cereal to this breakfast parfait add a subtle sweetness and crunch, like granola but better!
Whole wheat flour puts a healthy and fulfilling twist on these delicious cookies.
Everything you want to know about one of our favorite fall vegetables.
Packed with almond butter and Cascadian Farm Honey Nut O's, these aren't your ordinary cereal bars!
As the weather cools, don't forget about your garden! A little preparation will go a long way in the spring.
Farmer Jim explains the benefits of insects and how they work in nature to create rich habitats.
Not sure what to do with your garden once the weather turns cold? Find out here.
Watch our blueberry harvester being assembled.
Farmer Jim explains this important organic farming method that can prevent diseases and pests from overtaking crops.
Sweet, tart and tasty, there's nothing quite like raspberries!
Farmer Jim answers your questions about organics.
Learn how to keep your farmer's market finds fresh.
Help your kids learn about the importance of composting by creating one of their own!
Late summer means it's time for blueberries! Find out the benefits of this sweet fruit.