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Posted by Farmer David on Aug 23rd 2018

I started taking a hard look at what I was putting into my body each day last November after my then new girlfriend, Allie, introduced me to the real life struggle of living with food allergies and healing them. I realized that some of my symptoms then might be food related and completed a simple food sensitivity test through Ideal Posture & Spine in Mt. Pleasant. (My HORRIBLE results are pictured at the bottom of this email.)Looking Food in… Read more

Posted by Farmer David on Aug 22nd 2018

As a farmer, August in South Carolina is very similar to the bitter cold Winter months of my childhood in the Northeast. August is our lull here. The heat and sun force the end of all Spring crops and grasses, they drive the animals into the shade and wallows, and push farmers to stretch their days from the cooler morning to the less sunny evening... wishing for a break mid-day. This is when we re-set. This particular August has been a uniq… Read more

Posted by Farmer David on Sep 24th 2017

It was fantastic to begin offering our largest selection of sausages ever before yesterday at the Summerville Farmers Market. We've done a lot of work this year to expand our sausage selection with the latest additions being the new and improved Garlic & Spinach chicken sausage, our beef Merguez, and reworked pork Hot Dogs (Longaniza). Even more important to me than variety, is the quality of the ingredients, the deliciousness of the final p… Read more

Posted by Farmer David on Sep 17th 2017

IngredientsSirloin Tip Steak (6 to 8 Ounces or 0.38 to 0.50 lbs per person) Other suitable cuts: Chuck Eye Steak, Filet Mignon, Top Sirloin Filet, Tri-TipZa'atar Spice Blend from Charleston Spice Co. (Contains: Sesame Seeds, Sumac Berries, Thyme)SaltFreshly Ground Pepper2 T Fat for cooking (Recommend: Coconut Oil, Lard, or Bacon Fat)PreparationReminder: It is best to thoroughly defrost all meat to room temperature before firing so that i… Read more

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