I found the most marvelous website called KISS in the Kitchen - "Keep It Sweet and Simple" in the Kitchen. Caroline shares simple mouth-watering recipes with her friends. YUMMY! Check it out!
We are enjoying the Beasley Farm Kale primarily in sandwiches and salads, though it is fabulous for juicing, freezing, in soups, stews and as a side dish. It is pesticide-free.
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Eight-ball squash has a short harvest, so give this sweet little item a try. It is one my favorite vegetables grown on the farm. Stuff it, fry it, bake it. You can't go wrong with it. Tastes great, and has a wonderful texture.
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Peas and BeansCurrently planted on the farm, but not yet ready for harvest:
Black-eye Peas and Conk Peas will also soon be available, depending on rainfall and warm temperatures. If you would like unshelled Black-eyes or Conks please phone the farm to place a reservation. Joann will phone you as soon as your peas are harvested to ensure they are extremely fresh. To prevent nutritional loss in the peas, if there are no reservations, the peas will be shelled immediately.
- Scallop Squash
- Yellow Zucchini
- Green Beans
- Pole Beans
- Yellow Beans
- Black-eye Peas
- Conk Peas
- Zipper Peas
- Red and White radishes - new crop
- Beets - new crop
- Pesticide-Free Kale
- Pesticide-Free Red and White Swiss Chard (phone to reserve for satellite locations)
- Pesticide-free Zucchini
- Pesticide-free Eight-ball Zucchini
- Pesticide-free Yellow Summer Squash
Florida Green and Red Bell Peppers
Fresh Herb Plants: Oregano, Basil, Mint
We are very sad to temporarily suspend our produce stand on Sundays.
We will advise when the stand reopens.
Thank you for understanding.
1st and 3rd Monday - 9AM - Noon We are now serving our north Brooksville customers in the Cloverleaf Farm Mobile Home Park - just off Hwy 41, across from the Hernando County School Compound and south of Croom Road in North Brooksville. Turn into Cloverleaf Farm's main entrance, on the right side by the golf driving range.