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Misty Meadows Farm

215 Blevins Road
Payneville, KY 40157

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Misty Meadows Farm is a 28-acre family farm owned by Ralph and Kathy Packard. Our children and grandchildren help us farm 12 of the 28 acres, where we plant many different vegetables. The 2009 growing season will be our 10th year operating Misty Meadows Farm CSA.

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5/13/2010    Fresh Start Solves the Great Vegetable Conundrum

Weekly veggie swap, every Saturday
from 10am - 12noon beginning May 15th

Here comes the beginning of the harvest season and with all those vegetables the REALLY BIG problem of too many of some vegetables and not enough of others! Bumper crop of squash? No problem!
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5/13/2010    Screening & Discussion of Food Inc.

In collaboration with Community Farm Alliance, Beargrass Christian Church is hosting a film screening and discussion of Food, Inc. for adults and youth. A workshop with interactive experiences is also planned for youth. Youth and adults will join together on Wednesday night to see a cooking demo, share in a Read more »

4/17/2010    Louisville Grows at UofL

Lots of great things are happening in Louisville this year. Recently I had the pleasure of attending the inaugural planting of a garden plot at UofL facilitated by Louisville Grows


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Featured Vegetables      

 

Zucchini

A long, thin vegetable with green peel, light flesh and a mild flavor.

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Spaghetti Squash

Spaghetti squash (Cucurbita pepo) is native to the Americas. True spaghetti squash is usually light yellow in color, although a darker orange version known as the Orangetti was developed in the 1990s.[1] The Orengetti version is commonly found in supermarkets. Spaghetti squash begins appearing in CSA boxes in early September.

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Recent Blog Posts

Styrian Pumpkin Muffins


Tina
9/15/2009

Site Map Last Tuesday in our Misty Meadows CSA share, we received a Styrian pumpkin, aka a Naked Pumpkin. It's a cute little thing. Ours was about the size of a slightly large sugar pumpkin with orange and green stripes. The "naked" designation refers not to the pumpkin shell, but to the

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My Favorite Spaghetti Squash Recipe


Tina
9/2/2009

I've never been a super big spaghetti squash fan. I never hated it, I just didn't really like it. I think my problem was trying to treat it like pasta. Sure it has individual strands and looks kind of like spaghetti, but it doesn't have the same texture. And frankly, it

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New Season Starting Soon (and various)


Kathy
8/12/2007

Some of you saw us this week at Phoenix Hill Farmers' Market standing out there in 102+ weather. It was almost unbearable to set up, tear down, etc., but we did it. Unfortunately, it was about all we could do last week. 8 a.m. in the mornings starting out at