These are a Few of Our Favorite Things

A green savoy cabbage

For as long as we have been farming and growing, raising livestock and preserving, we’ve been dedicated to producing the very best products possible. 

Oprah finally noticed.

We’re more than a little excited that the media mogul has chosen our Heirloom Popcorn Gift Box as one of her Favorite Things for 2021. To celebrate, we’re sharing our purple popcorn in this week’s CSA box! Other goodies from our Harpersville, AL farm this week include arugula and winter salad greens, pumpkin preserves and happy chrysanthemums. The preserves are fantastic when they settle into the nooks and crannies of a warm toasted English muffin but they are equally delicious spooned over roasted pork loin  or smoked chicken. 

From elsewhere in the South, our farmer friends send us yellow onions from Florida, Georgia pecans and Sand Mountain green tomatoes. Locally, farmer Hamm shares his pretty Savoy cabbage. If you still have some of our fresh ginger from last week’s box, try it in this cabbage stir-fry recipe. Any leftover pork loin or smoked chicken would be a tasty addition to this easy weeknight meal. 

The season that is upon is one filled with so much gratitude. Thank you for being a part of this life that brings us joy.


What is in the box?

From Friends

  • Savoy Cabbage | Hamm Farms

  • Pecans | Georgia

  • Yellow Onions | Florida

  • Green Tomatoes | Sand Mountain

  • Sesame Loaf | Corey Hinkel

From Stone Hollow Farmstead

  • Arugula

  • Salad Greens

  • Pumpkin Preserves

  • Purple Popcorn

  • Chrysanthemums 

Milk Share

  • Whole Milk | Working Cow Dairy

Cheese / Yogurt Share

  • Parmesan Cheese

  • Marinated Goat Cheese

Flower Share

  •  Foraged bouquets of Peppermint, Kalalilies, Chrysanthemums, Dahlias, Dill Blossom, Wild Bee Balm

    *Although many of the flowers and filler are edible, please refrain from eating these as they have been resting in water filled with a solution to help preserve the life of your cut flowers for maximum enjoyment.

Yellow onion

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Historically enjoyed by farm workers to keep hydrated on long hot days, Drinking vinegars are tart, tangy infusions of fruits, spices and OACV.