Zucchini Casserole

This recipe can be made with green and/or yellow zucchini. We used both! This recipe originated from theseasonedmom.com but we have modified it slightly to our preferences. Grate your zucchini and drain thoroughly! It’s very important to get as much liquid as you can out or you will have a runny casserole. After grating, place […]

Crock pot stuffed cabbage unrolled

For those that love cabbage rolls, we have an easy recipe for you to throw together in the crock pot and enjoy! I have to admit… this recipe doesn’t look the most attract in a photo but most importantly, the flavor is great! It’s super simple to throw together and I love meals that are […]

Peach Salsa

This simple summer peach salsa is a great item to take to your next cookout! With a little chopping up fruits and veggies, you come out with a great tasting and unique salsa. Chop up your tomatoes (drain off some of their juice), bell pepper, jalapeños, onion, and peaches. You do not need to peel […]

Chicken Stir Fry

Wash and slice your vegetables and cook rice as directed on package. Cook meat as desired. We pan fry the chicken then cut it up but you could grill, air fry, etc. Set meat aside. Add vegetable oil to wok or large skillet and heat on high. Once hot, add onion, garlic, celery and carrots. […]

Sweet and Sour Chicken with Veggies

My sister passed this recipe onto me so I’m not sure where it originated by it is very easy to modify for the veggies you do and don’t like – anything goes! If you aren’t a fan of food with a little bit of spice- I would skip the wax peppers and do banana peppers […]

Sweet Onion Casserole

This is one of Virginia’s favorite recipes.  It uses the sweet onions and the Purdue Swiss Cheese we carry in the Farm Store.  It may not sound good, but it is quite yummy! Cook rice as directed.  Cook onions in butter in large skillet until limp but not browned.  Combine all ingredients.  Mix well and […]

Stuffed Tuttle’s Peppers

Directions: Cut your fresh peppers in half. Remove seeds and ribs. Mix rice and onions into beef. Fill each pepper half with beef mixture and set in a saute pan. Pour water into the bottom of the pan until theres between a quarter and a half inch of water. Top the peppers with tomato juice […]

Savory Hamburger Supper

This recipe is a favorite of my husband and as been made by his family for many years. It’s very similar to a Hamburger Helper meal but is so much better with the fresh produce involved! Directions: Brown ground beef and onion in 3 quart saucepan; drain. Return to pan; stir in chili powder. Add […]

Corn Salsa

Directions: Cut the kernels of corn off the cob and cut your fresh pepper into small pieces. Heat skillet on medium-high with 2 tbsp of olive oil. Add your fresh corn, pepper, onion and garlic, cook for about 5 minutes or until it begins to get tender. Add fresh diced tomatoes and cook for about […]

Chicken and Cabbage Delight

This recipe is a new favorite of mine! You can pick how much chicken you make for the recipe depending on how many you are feeding and how much meat you desire. I did one chicken breast this time but next time I am going to go with two! Directions: Heat a large skillet or […]