• Grilled Red Potatoes

    There are SO many ways to eat potatoes but we decided to try a new way to grill potatoes! They were really good so I wanted to share it with you!

    We sliced the potatoes as shown below:Create mixture of Olive Oil, garlic salt, and pepper. Use a brush pastry brush to put on both […]

  • Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

    IngredientsPie Filling:1 1/2 C. sugar1/2 C. flour1 qt. strawberries, cut into small pieces2 C rhubarb, diced1/4 C. orange juiceCrumble Ingredients:1/4 C. flour2 T. brown sugar2 T. butterDirections:Make your favorite 10-inch pie crust recipe… or buy a pre-made pie crust from the store to keep it simple! Mix together the sugar and flour. Add your strawberry […]

  • Rhubarb Crisp

    This is a recipe passed down from my husband’s grandma. It is a very sweet treat and would satisfy the strongest sweet tooth out there. This recipe fits well in a 8 by 11.5 pan but could be doubled if you are wanting to make a bigger serving!

    INGREDIENTS: 2 C quick oatmeal 1/2 C […]

  • Rhubarb Oatmeal Cookies

    This recipe makes over 4 dozen cookies so be prepared to share or cut the recipe in half if you don’t need as many! These cookies are super moist and are pretty low in calories for cookies!


    1/2 C butter, softened3/4 C brown sugar, firmly packed1/2 C sugar2 large eggs2 tsp pure vanilla extract1 […]

  • Cherry Pie Filling from Tart Cherries

    Want a good recipe for pie filling?  Here’s my brother’s cherry pie filling recipe for you to use…

    4 cups of cherries…drain all the juice.1/2 c to 3/4 c sugar depending on type of fruit4 T corn starch1 T butter

    Defrost fruit until completely thawed.  Drain all juice from fruit.  Save one 1 cup of juice.  In […]

  • Sweet Potato Fries

    This side can quickly be thrown together for supper! It’s a great way to introduce sweet potatoes to someone who has never given them as chance because it’s just like eating french fries with a little bit of a twist! I didn’t put exact measurements for this recipe since you can decide what is best […]

  • Smashed Ranch Red Potatoes

    I thought I knew all the different way to eat potatoes… until I found the idea for smashed potatoes with ranch seasoning on easyfamilyrecipes.com. These have quickly become my favorite way to enjoy potatoes! I enjoy my potatoes crispy but you can adjust this recipe according to however you like yours.

    Ingredients: 2 lbs. Red […]

  • Pruning Apple Trees Videos

    This year we are offering some videos on how to prune fruit trees instead of our typical in person fruit tree pruning workshop. Here are some links to some videos the apple growers here put together for you. Please keep in mind we are not tech professionals, we are farmers…so the quality is […]

  • Moussaka

    3 to
    4 eggplants (about
    4 pounds)


    pound potatoes

    Olive oil
    (for greasing baking sheets)

    8 large
    egg whites (reserving the yolks for the béchamel)

    2 cups
    plain breadcrumbs

    For the
    Meat Filling

    1 1/2
    pounds ground beef (or lamb)

    2 large
    onions (finely diced)

    2 cloves
    garlic (minced)

    1/2 cup
    dry red wine

    teaspoon ground cinnamon

    teaspoon ground allspice

    cup fresh parsley (chopped)

    tablespoons tomato paste

    1 cup
    crushed tomatoes

    teaspoon sugar

    Salt (to

    ground pepper (to taste)

    For the
    Béchamel Sauce

    1 cup (2
    sticks) unsalted butter

    1 cup
    all-purpose flour

    4 cups
    milk (warmed)

    8 large
    egg yolks (lightly beaten)

    Pinch […]

  • Cranberry Orange Kale & Butternut Squash Chopped Salad

    2 bunches kale (any kind) cleaned and chopped

    1 small butternut squash peeled and diced.

    ½ cup dried cranberries

    2 oranges peeled, sectioned and chopped

    ¼ cup pecan pieces lightly toasted

    Cut squash and toss in olive oil and salt and pepper.  Bake in 375 degree oven on parchment paper
    til lightly brown and cooked through. Cool.

    Combine remaining ingredients and lightly […]