Sage Mountain Farm Blog

Green Garlic

Green Garlic adds a delicate garlicky flavor to spring and early summer dishes. Green garlic is the young version of the plants that will eventually produce the heads of garlic found at the [...]

Pasture Reseeding

Rejuvenating healthy grass land for grazing cattle, pigs and sheep to thrive! Healthy pastures protect your health, promote the humane treatment of animals, and take care of the environment while [...]

Mixed Citrus Curd

When spring time citrus arrives, there are all sorts of ways to enjoy it. This mixed citrus curd is a must make. Top it on pancakes or a dutch baby for a deliciously tart yet sweet breakfast or [...]

Broccoli Pesto with Penne

Broccoli Pesto with Penne By Frances Kellar, Cooking with Our CSA Rich in vitamin C, K, iron and potassium, this cruciferous veggie is fiber rich making this pesto especially nutrient dense, but [...]

Kabocha Squash

Kabocha Squash  Written by Christina P. Kantzavelos Kabocha squash is the new pumpkin alternative. Actually, it’s known as Japanese pumpkin. You may have already tried it dipped in tempura batter [...]

Braised Lamb Shanks

The most tender, fall off the bone Lamb Shanks braised in a Bourguignon inspired red wine gravy that will not leave you wanting! This full bodied, luxurious recipe gives comfort food new meaning [...]

Bone Broth Recipe

On a chilly day like today, a cup of warn Bone Broth goes down smooth! It’s great cold on warm, summer days too! Bone Broth is not only tasty, it’s excellent for your health! It eases [...]

Farm to Table Recipe

Today in Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) This week’s farm share is a green bounty of freshly harvested goodies, some of which I’m not very familiar with. These deeply vibrant [...]

Celery Leaves

Celery leaves have an intense celery flavor that is delicious and nutritious! Sage Mountain Farm is harvesting a crop of celery today that will be included in their Community Supported [...]