Rhubarb Pudding Recipe

Thank you to Gary and Leisa for sharing a delicious recipe with us. They credit it to a magazine called “Taste of Home Garden Fresh Recipes”. We tried it and it was a real hit (the pictures are of a double batch – there are lots of us Gmachs). This recipe is a wonderful combination…

Drive-Thru Markets: Thurs. (2-6) & Sat. (10-2) Now Open

In addition to our online orders we are running a Thursday (2-6) and a Saturday (10-2) drive-thru market. At the drive-thru market you will be able to drive up to see the display of items for sale. One of our helpers will give you an order list that you simple highlight. Your products will be…

Asparagus is Now Ready!

After a very long wait, our asparagus is now ready! We will have it starting this Thursday May 21st. Thanks for your patience, The Gmach Family

Our Winter Spinach is Ready to Cut!

After a long winter and cool spring, our winter spinach is finally ready to cut. Dark green and rich in nutrients, this is the stuff that made Popeye famous!

Eat the Potato Skins!

At Gmach Gardens we do not chemically treat your potatoes for sprouting, which means they should be stored in a dark cool place. A major benefit is that your potato skins are safe to eat! According to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, “Potato skin contains B vitamins, vitamin C, iron, calcium, potassium and other…

Springtime @ the Farm

See photos of what we have been up to this past week! Planting cabbage, kale and kohlrabi: Planting carrots, parsley root and parsnips: Cultivating our winter spinach:

Our Spring Plants have arrived!

We will be transplanting beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, kohlrabi, leeks and Spanish onions in over the next couple of weeks. More to come as it warms up…

On the Table – Thursday, October 24 (12-7pm)

Delicious collard greens! I made them tonight for the first time and they were a real hit! I should mention that none of the kids in this house are real kale lovers; but to my surprise, they said I should make this dish again! This week, we have a few green beans, beets, broccoli, Brussels…

On the Table – Thursday, October 17 (12-7pm)

We’ve had our first real frost! That being said, the damage was not too bad, and a couple of things were harvested ahead of time to save them. All of our potatoes have been harvested and rye has been planted in their place (see picture). We still will have beans, beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower,…