Here’s one of the easiest ways to cut your cost percentages: receive fresh food directly from the suppliers. But it’s not that easy, you say? Well, now it is.Read More
“When you cook a fresh egg it is is so different from cooking a store-bought egg,” agriculturalist John Gasstrom says. Commercial eggs make up a certain amount of America’s landscape, but the need for farm fresh eggs is only rising as their exceptional advantages are revealed.Read More
Learn more about the products you source from local and family-owned farms, from the farmers that grow them. Have you gotten your hands on the tetragonia growing at Levity Farms? The perennial plant, also known as New Zealand spinach, is not only widely used among knowledgeable chefs, but it's also a favorite of the local producers that grow it.Read More
"You eat with your eyes first" is more than just a phrase. The Culinary Institute of America points out that food plating is the main focal point for restaurant guest. It's clear that chefs can bring the flavor, but an "attractive plate" is an ever-changing idea. Check out some techniques used to add visual appeal.Read More
Apparently we’re all celebrating St. Patrick’s Day wrong. The corned beef, drunken revelry, the overall rambunctiousness -all traditions made here in America.Read More
It’s national date night in the United States and you need to show your special someone that you care. Avoid all the usual bad-date pitfalls by using these tech suggestions to skip to the romance. Oh -and don’t forget the gifts!Read More
When sharing your food with the world, you want your produce and dishes to look as tasty as possible. Take a look at the 7 pro tips below for better food photography with your smartphone.Read More
s there an app for that? Of course, there is an app for just about everything these days. As the world of AgTech grows, technology can enable farmers to work smarter and not harder. Below are a few apps to consider adding to your device this season.Read More
Farmers are busy people who wear many hats. Farmers are producers, marketers, veterinarians, packers, customer service representatives and distributors, just to name a few. Nearly three out of four farmers work 10 or more hours a day, on average.
Finding work-life balance on the farm is as big of a challenge as it is in other occupations. As a new season approaches, particularly the holiday season, it may be a good time to evaluate how you will spend your time between work and play.
Take a look at the #FarmHacks below to find a few tips to create more balance in your life.Read More