Supper Club Menu for the Week of March 18th!

March 18, 2018

Check out what we'll be noshing on this week!

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Supper Club Meal Kits for the Week of March 13th

March 12, 2018

Here's what we are cooking up this week!

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Supper Club Menu for the Week of March 5th!

March 04, 2018

Homemade pizza & more in store for this week's Supper Club!

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Supper Club Menu for The Week of February 26th!

February 25, 2018

Take a peek at what's on for dinner this week!

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Supper Club Menu for the Week of February 19th!

February 18, 2018

Here's a look at our meal kits for this week!

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Supper Club Menu for the Week of February 12th!

February 11, 2018

Crowd pleasers to satisfy even the pickiest of eaters on this week's menu!

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Supper Club Menu for the Week of February 5th!

February 04, 2018

Flavor and color abound in this week's Supper Club menu! Take a look!

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Supper Club Meals for the Week of January 29th!

January 28, 2018

 We're taking a culinary journey around the world with this week's Supper Club! 

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Supper Club Menu for the Week of January 22nd!

January 21, 2018

From Mexico to Asia to the Mediterranean --check out this week's menu!

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Supper Club for the Week of January 8th 2018!

January 05, 2018

Check out what's on our inaugural menu for 2018

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Supper Club for the Week of 12/18/17

December 17, 2017

This week's Supper Club features flavors from the Deep South to Sicily! Check out what we'll be noshing on this week!

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FTF Supper Club Week - 7

December 11, 2017

Comfort food feasting for this week's Supper Club! 

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FTF Supper Club - Week 6

December 05, 2017

Take a look at what we're cookin' up in our Supper Club this week! 

 

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Our favorite ways to use Little Wild Things

November 30, 2017

No doubt you've seen microgreens popping up on your Instagram feed and menus all over town. We are here to share with you just a few of our favorite ways to use Little Wild Things.

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FTF Supper Club - Week 5

November 27, 2017

See our Supper Club menu for the week of November 27, 2017!

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FTF Supper Club - Week 2

November 05, 2017

Week 2 of our FTF Supper Club is here and we're doing turkey meatloaf with a carrot-apple slaw and a lamb merguez with braised collard greens (don't be scared of the collards! This braising recipe will change how you look at collard greens forever!)

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Why a Supper Club?

October 26, 2017

Nick and I started From the Farmer with one purpose - using food to connect people and create community. Over the past six years we’ve made hundreds of thousands of deliveries and brought millions of pounds of local food into homes like yours throughout the DC metro area.

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FTF Supper Club - Week 1

October 26, 2017

Our inaugural From the Farmer Supper Club delivery! Enjoy Cuba's national dish of ropa vieja and a rosemary chicken thigh with kabocha squash fritter and apple chutney!

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Get Cultured: Making Fresh Yogurt and Sour Cream At Home

August 18, 2017

When it comes to DIY dairy, the easiest eats to make are cultured foods like yogurt, sour cream, and buttermilk. And once you try our techniques, you’ll wonder why you ever bothered to buy!

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Canning 101: Part 2

August 14, 2017

Now that you've read our first blog post and picked up all the necessary supplies and equipment, you're well on track to can everything in your Farm Box. Here's the nitty gritty on basic canning methods, next steps, and storage! 

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Canning 101- Part 1

August 04, 2017

Outside of building your own greenhouse for winter growing, we’ve been exploring the best ways to keep those fresh, local summer flavors at our fingertips all year ‘round. This week, we’re taking a look at a nostalgic method of preservation—old-school canning! It may have fallen out of favor for a few years, but your grandma’s favorite way to store her garden veggies is back big time.

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