Current Events

  • Spring Greenhouse Homeschool Classes (NOT offered in 2021)

    Spring Greenhouse Homeschool Classes
    Want to help your students learn about how things grow in a hands on environment?
    We’re hosting a time for an educational tour for homeschool students and their families. These classes are primarily geared for students ages 5-12 years old or 4-10th grade  (younger and other siblings may purchase tickets as well, but educational focus will […]

  • Cucumber Cookies

    I am pretty much always looking for a way to make desserts. These cookies caught my eye while scrolling through recipe options online… “Could cucumbers really make a good dessert?!” I had to find out for myself. These cookies surprised me- they had a consistency that reminded me of bread however they were very moist! […]

  • Chicken and Cabbage Delight

    This recipe is a new favorite of mine! You can pick how much chicken you make for the recipe depending on how many you are feeding and how much meat you desire. I did one chicken breast this time but next time I am going to go with two!
    Ingredients:

    4 cups cooked white rice
    3 […]

  • Creamy Persimmon Pie

    I like to keep things simple so I bought a pre-made pie crust from the grocery to make this pie. I haven’t made a lot of pies in my lifetime and I was pleasantly surprised how fast and easy this one was to make. I am always nervous about whether things I am baking are […]

  • Grilled Asparagus

    I already had the grill fired up and ready to go when I decided to add some asparagus to the menu. I gathered up the asparagus, cut off the ends, and whipped up this tasty side. It was quick to do and was the perfect veggie to go with our steaks.

    Ingredients:
    Asparagus
    Olive oil
    Salt
    Pepper

    Directions:
    Rinse and cut off […]

  • Late August: Milk Can Dinner

    Milk Can Dinner – 2018 Date TBD
    Join us for a dinner on Saturday, August 26.  This special old fashioned meal is made from farm fresh veggies and cooked in a milk can over an open fire.  Members of the Hancock County Historical Society are on hand to help prepare the meal.  We use Tuttle’s own […]

  • Produce for Canning and Freezing Information

     
    Information about Indiana Produce for Canning and Freezing for 2020
    Tuttle’s offers a great selection of summer Indiana produce for canning and freezing.  Here is an overview of what we offer including what we think is the best Indiana sweet corn for freezing.  Please keep in mind that this information can change daily.  Pricing and availability […]

  • Playdate Week: Special Deal for Moms, Dads, Grandparents

    Pick & Play Week:  September 13-17 {Monday-Friday}
    Bring your kids to enjoy apple picking in the orchard and our newly remodeled tractor town adventure farm during our special playdate week. No scheduled groups or tours happen at all during this week so you can enjoy the quieter atmosphere on the farm.

    This week is designed for kid’s to […]