Tomatoes in Winter

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Tomatoes in Winter (episode)

Joanna heads to ATP Greenhouses in Morgantown, KY to see their operation and learn how to grow fresh vine tomatoes all Winter long! ATP’s customers enjoy the thin-skinned tomatoes that are rich in iron, zinc, and magnesium just like an outside tomato!

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Christmas Trees Fresh Off the Farm

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Christmas Trees Fresh Off the Farm (episode)

Joanna heads to Bare Creek Farm while they prepare for a busy season of Christmas tree shopping! Learn what it’s like to run a Christmas tree farm, including the challenges of hard work as well as the reward of providing a true family experience like no other during the most wonderful time of the year!

Learn more about Bare Creek Farm at http://www.barecreektreefarm.com or find them on Facebook!

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Ornamental Corn and More at Ruby Branch

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Ornamental Corn and More at Ruby Branch (episode)

Brittany heads out to Ruby Branch Farms to talk with Drew and Laney Snider about running their farm operation as a young married couple. Then learn how to do a simple, adorable craft with their ornamental corn.

Learn more at http://www.facebook.com/rubybranchfarms or http://theranchyruby.wordpress.com.

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Pumpkin Goodness

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Pumpkin Goodness (episode)

Pumpkin patches are the first thing people think of (and look for) when Fall is near. Joanna visits with Travis at Coleman Brothers Farm Market to talk about their pumpkins as well as their year-round brick and mortar storefront. Learn more by liking the Coleman Brothers on Facebook!

Then Brittany explains why so many pumpkins are great for both eating and decorating!

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Berries, Great Berries

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Berries, Great Berries (episode)

Joanna visits with Michael from Great Berries Farm to see how he works out what’s “in his blood” with his delicious raspberries. They also offer a variety of other produce, not only at Farmers Markets, but right off the highway! Learn more on their Facebook page!

Then Brittany shows us how to prepare a very refreshing berry salsa! You can prepare this ahead of time and chill it. Serve this fresh, unique salsa with graham crackers or other sweet, crunchy ...

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Berry-licious Pops

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Berry-licious Pops (episode)

Joanna visits Berrylicious Orchard in Woodburn, KY to learn about their blackberry and blueberry operation, as well as their famous Berrylicious Pops. They are the most delicious frozen treat you could imagine, including flavors like Blueberry Lemonade and Strawberry Basil!

Learn more about Berrylicious Orchard at http://www.berryliciousorchard.com or on Facebook!

Then Larissa Adams joins Brittany in the kitchen to make Holy Cow Blueberry Muffins. We can’t wait to hear how you enjoyed this buttery, sweet and crunchy recipe!

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Salad Greens and Holiday Buyers Club

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Salad Greens and Holiday Buyers Club (episode)

Joanna heads to Beechmont Farms to talk with Birch Bragg to discuss their assortment of high tunnel salad greens as well as their holiday buyers club!

Then Brittany shows how to add a healthy, delicious side dish to your holiday meals using local salad greens topped with a delicious homemade dressing using items you probably already have in your pantry.

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Squash Your Fear of Winter Squash

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Squash Your Fear of Winter Squash (episode)

Joanna heads to Just Piddlin’ Farm in South Union to talk to Chip Willingham about their vast variety of winter squash including spaghetti, butternut, and festival as well as their impressive assortment of pumpkins, gourds, and more…

Learn more about their operation at http://www.justpiddlinfarm.com!

Then watch Brittany prepare a butternut squash recipe with granny smith apples and walnuts that will fill your house with the comforting scent of Fall!

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Mums and Front Porch Flavor

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Mums and Front Porch Flavor (episode)

Joanna heads to Chaney’s Dairy Barn, known mostly for its delicious ice cream and family Fall activities, to talk to Debra Chaney about her beautiful mums. Learn more about Chaney’s Dairy Barn at http://www.chaneysdairybarn.com.

Then Brittany switches gears to talk about “Front Porch” flavor, using your beautiful Fall mums (a specialty crop, though not typically used in food) and a few simple items that will really add a taste of Fall to the front of your ...

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