Real Food, and Nothing But Real Food…So Help Me!

The following is a guest blog from Kaitlyn, our social media manager, editor, mom of two boys, and devoted Hometown Harvest customer. Follow along as she embarks on a 10-day real-food-only pledge. Hi there! As the...

It’s Official! Hometown Harvest is Here to Stay!

Wednesday, May 1 marked the official ribbon cutting ceremony for our "new" business name, Hometown Harvest. We had perfect weather in downtown Frederick, MD, and were joined by wonderful friends and family. We even had...

Paying It Forward: Martha’s Table Market Day

We like win-win situations. Take our business setup, for example: The more fresh, local produce we can provide to you, the more local farmers here in MD, PA, and VA can invest in their sustainable...

Announcing Pumpkin Recipe Winner!

Congratulations to Kris Tidball, winner of the first annual Seasonal Recipe Contest! We loved this warm, exciting soup so much and so did our voters! The recipe is reposted below with links to add the...

Tarragon Butter

Tarragon is a delicate, green herb with long, thin pointy leaves and a singular flavor with hints of anise. Mix up this compound butter and serve atop your favorite protein. Marries beautifully with salmon, chicken,...

Super Bowl Sunday Snack-o-polooza!

There is one week left before Super Bowl Sunday! We've compiled a few easy, classic football snack dishes made with easy-to-order Hometown Harvest ingredients so you can enjoy the game guilt-free! Below are recipes for Football...

Beet These Festive Cookies!

Have you been asked to attend a holiday cookie exchange or just want to change up the fattening offerings sitting at the office this time of year? Try these unusual, but tasty, beet cookies! Simply...

News from the Farm: Sheep!

It just got a little woolier around the Hometown Harvest Farm this week, thanks to our newest arrivals.   This group of six Southdown sheep males will spend the summer grazing our pasture, soaking up healthy...

Winter Farming: Tunnels (and Cherries!)

There is something almost magical about a farm in the winter--so much is going on below the surface if you know what to look for. Though we haven't had many breaks from the wintery weather...

DC VegFest: Our Plant-Based Hometown

A day dedicated to learning about plant-based and vegetarian food around the DC area, DC VegFest 2013 was one of the most fun events we have participated in! Hosted by Compassion Over Killing and founded...