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basil chard and micro greens from greenhouse carrots hakurei turnips and radishes from gardenCheers to happy, healthy plates!

If you’re looking for healthy, seasonal recipes inspired by what we’re harvesting on the farm, you’re in the right place! If you want to know more about us and the inspirations behind the food: check out this post.


Catch-Up and a Brief Pause

February 20, 2021 · by Tucker Farms in News

It’s Saturday night and next week is shaping up to be a bit uncertain. Many of our plants that are slated for Farm Box harvest next week were planted in late December or early January, i.e., the shortest, darkest, dreariest days of the year.  Unfortunately, […]

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Farming Through Winter

January 25, 2021 · by Tucker Farms in News

We wrote a long detailed post about the challenges of winter farming but, with our imperfect technology, we lost the draft. The gist of our message was that winter farming is hard, it poses unique challenges, and, if you’ve suspected that we aren’t harvesting “enough” […]

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Late Spring FAQs

May 5, 2020 · by Tucker Farms in Uncategorized

First off, thanks for following along on our farming adventures through the pandemic. It’s been quite a season! Every day brings a new challenge (and lots of questions!). Transitioning from a nearly completely wholesale business to a more CSA-supported farm has been rewarding but has posed […]

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Early April Salad Boxes

April 4, 2020 · by Tucker Farms in News

We’ve had a few folks contact us asking us about what was in their box and/or how to best store their fresh-picked veggies.  First, there are several easy ways to store veggies, so don’t overthink it and just choose a method that works best for […]

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Social Distancing. Food Safety. And Essential Business.

March 24, 2020 · by Tucker Farms in Uncategorized

Though many parts of our state are under “shelter in place” orders, we remain open for business. As a farm, we provide an essential service to our Northwest Georgia community, and we consider that a privilege and an honor, especially during such troubling times.   As […]

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Farm Up-Date

March 19, 2020 · by Tucker Farms in Uncategorized

We have spent over a decade building this farm. We have invested everything in it. We left other careers (i.e., other income streams) to go “all in” on this lettuce peddling, culinary gardening, agricultural adventure. We’ve had some tough times. We lived with our parents […]

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Asian-Inspired Salad

September 5, 2016 · by Tucker Farms in Recipes

So much for my goal to post two new recipes a week. Sigh. Things have been crazy lately, and we’ve been eating easy rice- and potato-based meals pretty much every night. (Someday I will write a blog about how to make a week’s worth of […]

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Summer Rolls

August 29, 2016 · by Tucker Farms in Recipes

I first ventured into summer rolls last year. Fresh, crunchy, cool, delicious. Perfect for summer. I’m a bit obsessed with them. I’m not going to lie. These can be a bit frustrating at first, but, once you get the hang of rolling them, they are […]

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Summer Squash Lasagna

July 25, 2016 · by Tucker Farms in Recipes

Y’all, it’s been another crazy week, and I’ve only had time to type up one recipe. But it’s one of my personal favorites: Lasagna! I love lasagna. It’s so versatile and forgiving and, well, delicious. I know some people find it overwhelming to make, but […]

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Noodles & Zoodles

July 18, 2016 · by Tucker Farms in Recipes

Well, folks, I’m only getting one recipe posted this week. And it’s an easy one-pot recipe that is super-flexible and easy to adapt to your food preferences. Because it’s been that kind of week. Have you gotten on the zoodle bandwagon yet? I think they […]

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