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Farm Focus: Peaches

I am currently reading a book called the “Golden Peaches of Samarkand”, by Edward K Schafer, all about the historical importance of peaches, specifically in the T’sang Empire in China. The information is vast, but I thought I’d share with

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Farm Focus: The History of the Pear

We love our pears at Frog Hollow! Pears are one of the world’s oldest and most beloved fall fruits. Cultivation of most modern pear varieties began as early as the 17th century in Europe and Asia, while early pear records

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Farm Focus: The Apricot – Past and Present

May at Frog Hollow Farm marks the beginning of a remarkable, busy, beautiful, and abundant time of year. As many of you know, or tasted last week for the first time of the year, apricots are here! As we venture

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Recent Posts

  • Farm Focus: Meet Molly

    Molly joined the Frog Hollow CSA Team in May as the Customer Care & Fulfillment Coordinator who helps make sure CSA deliveries are running smoothly. She…

  • Recipe: Grilled Pluot and Cheese Skewers

    Serves 4
    Recipe from Real Simple

    Halloumi cheese is a firm Greek cheese, perfect for grilling with summer stone fruit!

    Ingredients:
    cup olive oil
    1/4 t…

  • Fruit & News of the Week: July 24th 2017

    This week’s fruit:
    Elegant Lady Peaches
    Frog Hollow Farm, Brentwood, CA
    Elegant Lady peaches are well named with a beauti- ful balance of sweet and acid alon…

  • Recipe: Arugula Salad with Lemon Chicken & Nectarines

    Arugula Salad with Lemon Chicken & Nectarines
    Ingredients:

    2 chicken breasts
    10 cups baby arugula
    1/4 cup fresh basil, sliced into ribbons
    3-4 ne…

  • Farm Fucus: Our Wheat Is In!

    Our Wheat Is In!
     

    Rachel, our farm assistant, has been busy since her arrival in May researching how to handle processing the 16 acres of wheat we’v…