I’ll be at the Charlotte Regional Farmers’ Market tomorrow and for your Memorial Day celebration…

We have SPECIALS !!!

♥  Ground beef 1 lb packages are is $1 off – so $5.50 lb! Folks ask me how many pounds of ground they need to feed all their people. My daddy always says you need a third pound burger, so that’s what I’ve always made. That makes a nice thick, juicy burger and nobody ever eats two. So that’s 3 burgers per pound for us folks that can’t math. Sometimes quarter pound burgers just leave me wanting more…

♥   $2 off packages of hot dogs – we have quarter-pounders and skinny ones. Our dogs are made at The Weeping Radish and check out the ingredients — our 100% grass fed Angus beef, sea salt, oil, spices, and celery juice is used as the preservative. Isn’t it interesting that the synthetic nitrates and nitrites used in processed meats are linked to cancer and heart disease, but the naturally occurring nitrates found in vegetables are shown to reduce the occurrence of those diseases.  I guess once you take it to the lab it all goes to hell. Our spicy andouille sausage  quarter pound links are also $2 off per package. I love them cut up in the grill basket with potatoes and onions.

  Sweet potatoes on sale for $1.75 lb – normally $2.50 lb.  Hello baked sweet potato fries! Or smoky sweet potato burgers? I’ve been selling crate upon crate of sweet potatoes but still have hundreds of pounds left and now it’s time to plant sweet potatoes again. Gotta move these babies out!


Tuscan kale is where all the cool kids hang out.

I’ll also have: freshly dug (uncured!) Tuscan garlic, onion bunches, green cabbage, squash, cucumbers, chard, 3 kinds of kale, basil, mint, wheat berries, and our grass fed Angus beef in these cuts:

whole ribeye and strip loins, ribeyes, NY strips, filets, sirloins, flat irons,  ground beef, stew beef, philly steak, cube steak, oso bucco, short ribs, brisket, soup bones, liver, sirloin tip roasts, eye of round and bone-in chuck roasts, and hot dogs and andouille sausage made from 100% grass fed beef without any nitrates/nitrites.




They’re finally shedding their winter coats. Katahdin sheep shed their wool instead of needing sheared. I know they look a little rough right now but if you pull it off before the summer coat underneath is ready, they get sunburned. I did pull off most of Pappy’s coat after I took the picture for obvious reasons but he’s looking a little pink under there. His comes off in sheets but Annabelle and Babylamb shed more like dogs. Pappy is noshing on kale left from last week’s market.


Round baling and square baling and I don’t even know what else. But it all has to be in the barn before Sunday night’s rain. He just texted me that he’s about to ROMP ON IT. Hahaha I don’t think I know what that means.

See you guys tomorrow!