Farm to Table – Garden Fresh Recipes

This page is dedicated to farm to table recipes, from our organic garden or local farmstand to your home!  Come on in and enjoy the fresh and delicious taste of fresh vegetable and fruit dishes.  Enjoy the recipes and respond below with any questions/inquiries.

Garden Fresh Pizza Sauce

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The Amazing Pole Bean

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Spinach Pesto

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Strawberry Pancakes Topped with Orange Honey Syrup

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Broccoli Topped with Tzatziki

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Shells and Spinach Topped with Feta Cheese

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Please note:  All recipes and food photos have been created by and are the property of Zoale LLC.   You are welcome to use the recipes for personal, non-commercial use.  Please refer to the website terms of use for more information.  

6 Responses to“Farm to Table – Garden Fresh Recipes”

  1. 04/06/2016 at 9:47 am #

    We also grow a lot of the veggies & fruits ourself! All of your recipes rock my tastebuds,..ooh yes! x

    • Zoale.com
      04/06/2016 at 11:36 am #

      I was just rereading your post on your cold frame. That is so awesome! We don’t need cold frames here, and our garden works with a hoop system, with a cover. It is awesome that you overwinter too, sow your seeds indoor for spring. We are late this year, so we will have to buy tomato and pepper plants for our garden.

      • 04/07/2016 at 2:25 am #

        It is fun gardening, hey?

      • Zoale.com
        04/07/2016 at 9:58 am #

        Yes, it is 😀

  2. 04/07/2016 at 7:33 pm #

    You recipes of home grown veggies are inspiring… i grow (organically) a large portion of my veggies in my urban garden. My spicy turnip greens and spinach survived the frost and I was so happy to cook them today. Thanks for the lovely recipes

    • Zoale.com
      04/07/2016 at 10:40 pm #

      Thank you for the kind words Zeba! Aren’t homegrown organic veggies the best? Yummy, spicy turnip greens sound great! It sounds like you have a nice garden, and I am so glad your veggies survived the frost 😀 Thanks again for visiting and have a wonderful Friday!

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