Sweets for your Sweet

It's that time of year again! No, not to blow your diet (well, maybe) - Valentine's Day is right around the corner. Don't do what you did last year—forget, then run to the drug store and...

Coloring Easter Eggs Naturally

You make such an effort to only provide all-natural items in your home - why would you bring in artificial dyes into your home to color eggs when you can accomplish the same task (and get even prettier results, in our opinion) with fruits and vegetables?

The Rainbow Chick Connection

The baby chicks are here! As part of making their new home, Spring House Manor Farm, a sustainable farming operation following the Polyface Farm model, the Bruscos have brought in 150 chicks that will begin laying...

Recycling Mesh Bags: Margie’s Wreath

Some of you may have seen customer Margie's beautiful wreath posted on Facebook. She saved the little mesh produce bags every week and used them to make this festive decoration! Check out her instructions below,...

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...

Picnic on the Pasture at SMC

You're Invited: Picnic on the Pasture Saturday, April 29, 2017 / 9:00am - 7:30pm Hometown Harvest is delighted to invite our customers, friends, and followers to check out our new partner, South Mountain Creamery. It's your farm...

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...

The Big Rooster Showdown

The first flock of pasture-raised chickens on Spring House Manor Farm are growing fast and enjoying life in the fresh air. Almost all of the hatchlings turned out to be female layers, but there were...

Welcome to Hometown Harvest!

South Mountain Veggies began on South Mountain, MD in 2009. Over the past 4 years, we have sprouted new delivery routes and planted roots in hometowns all over the area. Our farmers and veggie vans...

Tony’s Thoughts: Rock Farming

 I have harvested a nice crop of rocks out of the produce field so far this year.  Rocks are something that you don’t always want to take the time to deal with, but if left...