It has always been more than baking bread for Baked By Sarah. This is the realization of a dream, a life-long passion, a heartfelt calling. Baked By Sarah offers custom-made services; the idea is to make something you want because that is what you will definitely enjoy. They also sell open range eggs, fresh milk, local honey, and local wheat. Looking at Baked By Sarah's labor of love, it is hard not to salivate. It looks good and smells good - both the sweet and the savory. Cinnamons, muffins, honey wheat bread, cheese loaf, cheese, and onion bread - it is like there is something for each day of the week! In the end, isn't this what we all deserve?
The Hope Farms in Houston, Texas, is a 7-acre urban agricultural operation. It was a project of Recipe for Success Foundation organized in 2005. Hope Farms "wants to lessen the number of people in the US who are suffering from health problems". These problems include obesity, heart disease, diabetes, by changing their eating habits. They want to "provide fresh, affordable food and promote a healthy diet to the Americans, especially to the young ones". Please like their Facebook page to keep you updated about Hope Farm's volunteer opportunities. Moreover, they post information about special events and open farm stand days on the account too.
Bordering the Gulf of Mexico, 40 miles outside Houston, Moon Dog Farms is a small "family-owned vegetable farm and fruit orchard in Santa Fe, Texas". The owners Alex McPhail and Casey McAuliffe. They started their venture in the winter of 2013, on a piece of borrowed family land. Moreover, they use "farming practices that are beyond organic using age-old natural methods" to grow food and maintain our fields. Primarily, they have pears, blackberries, muscadine grapes, citrus, and apples. On the other hand, their vegetable fields produce everything from salad mixes to carrots. Also, they sell to a few select restaurants and at local farmers' markets.
Headed by Executive Chef Nick Walker, the Profound Kitchen utilizes the freshest farm ingredients and transforms them into value-added products & meal kits! They have ultra-unique salad dressings, salad dressings, sauces, and other products guaranteed to give a chef twist to your food wherever you are!
Trinity Ranch, which is located in Seguin, Texas, is a local business that grows and sells aquaponic vegetables. This business is owned by Brady and Dawn Stanley. They are open to serving retail customers as well as wholesale customers. Trinity Ranch promises each customer fresh vegetables every time they buy. Their vegetables are packed the night before. Sometimes the same day the vegetables are delivered. This is part of their farm to porch delivery policy. Brady and Dawn are on a mission to make sure the community gets fresh vegetables and nutritious food.
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