Here’s another great recipe using our favorite squash, the Butternut. This flavorful recipe offers a delicious, rich dip with all the healthy benefits of the butternut squash, and none of the fat of traditional creamy dips. It’s a great choice for a fall gathering. Southwest Butternut Dip Ingredients: 1 Tbsp olive oil 3 medium tomatoes, […]
With over 3000 lbs of butternut squash this season, we have been working to perfect our recipe for butternut squash soup. This is the result! Ingredients: 2 Butternut squash 1 Tbsp vegetable or olive oil 1 tsp ginger powder, 1 tsp salt, pinch of cinnamon mixed together. 1 medium yellow onion – diced finely […]
Winter on the farm is a bummer, because the riding arena is full of ice.
Check back for our 2016 Dinner dates, which we hope to announce by April 15. Our dinners tend to fill up early, so don’t wait to register once we post the dates!
This fall has been a bit challenging for the Equines at Three Leaf Farm. Everyone’s favorite character, Tip, our young Arabian gelding, was diagnosed with juvenile osteo-arthritis and had to have two hocks fused surgically. And Cricket, one of our famous minis, had to have an eye removed after months of unsuccessfully trying to heal […]
This delicious tomato jam was served at our Tomato Explosion Farm Dinner. You can use it for delicious goodies, both sweet and savory. It tastes like harvest in a jar! 3 lbs tomatoes (peeled or not peeled). I used cherry tomatoes 1.25 lbs sugar 1 tsp chili flakes 1/8 cup orange juice 1/8 cup lemon juice ¼ […]
Fall Update 2015 It’s been two years since the big floods of 2013, and we’re finally seeing the land bounce back and start to dry out. With help from the United Plant Savers and their generous grant, we made a great start this season in adding some medicinal plants to the landscape and beginning to […]
Well, after many many tries, we have been unsuccessful at getting Blue with foal this year. We are disappointed, of course, but have heard from many sources that it’s been a terrible year for reproduction in horses, and goats. Our goat, Chibe, also didn’t succeed, after six weeks with her boyfriend. This is the first […]
Well the rains have finally stopped and the river is beginning to recede back to its normal flow. Another flood scare here at the farm has led us to redraw the medicine trail so that the bulk of our replanting efforts will be out of the range of average flooding. In the meantime, as we […]
We are so pleased to announce that we have received a grant from The United Plant Savers, an organization dedicated to the preservation and cultivation of at-risk and endangered wild medicinal plant species of the United States and Canada. UpS has granted us funds to help us rebuild our educational Medicine Trail that was severely […]