Click HERE for a great article featuring Yardley, PA and Shady Brook Farm.
Click HERE to check out the story in the Bucks County Courier Times!
Click HERE to watch Santa arriving by helicopter!
Check out this mention on the Newtown Patch:
Join Carli Lloyd and help raise money for kids with life-threatening illnesses at the Quilts for Kids Family Fun Walk at Shady Brook Farm on September 29! Click HERE for more info.
18 oz. box of white cake mix
1 cup Rose Bank Winery Blackberry Wine
3oz. box of blackberry jello (red raspberry or black cherry work fine too)
1/2 cup oil
1/2 cup chopped pecansGrease & flour bundt pan and sprinkle nits in the bottom. In large bowl, sitir together cake mid & gelatin. Add eggs, oil & wine. Mix on low speed about 30 seconds, then beat 2 minutes on high. Pour batter into bundt pan and bake 50 – 50 minutes at 375 degrees. Also works in a 9×13, but sprinkle nuts on top & bake about 32 – 35 minutes. Glaze and serve right from the pan.Glaze:
1 cup powdered sugar
1/2 cup butter
1/2 cup blackberry wine
bring ingredients to a boil and pour half over warm cake.
Let set for 30 minutes and pour the rest over the cake.
Enjoy!Recipe Compliments of John from Rose Bank Winery
Ok so we are putting our brains together to try and come up with some interesting recipes for these delicious homegrown peaches that are now in season and ready for the picking….we are stuck on this one though….mmmmmm!!!!! PEACHY MOJITOS!!!!! We know what WE are doing TONIGHT! http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/peach-mojitos-10000001809120/
Tomato lovers, listen up: You do not have to wait until early summer to buy locally grown tomatoes, a Lower Makefield farmer said. Farmer Paul Fleming plans to harvest the first crop of cherry tomatoes grown in a greenhouse at Shady Brook Farm this week.Plus, regular tomatoes growing in the 10,000-square-foot greenhouse will be ready for the picking next week, Fleming said Monday.
How is that possible? Shady Brook is using a hydroponic greenhouse to extend what is usually a one-month to two-month tomato-selling season to one that is about six months long, the farmer said. The hydroponic greenhouse growing system uses a liquid nutrient solution to feed and grow plants instead of traditional soil, Fleming said.