Farmhouse Delivery is proud to work with small-scale farmers and producers throughout Texas. We are passionate supporters of the local food movement, and want to make it convenient, affordable and exciting to eat fresh, seasonal local food.
We only work with high-quality Texas growers and producers who use organic methods and go the extra mile. They make sure their crops are harvested at the right time and that their products are packaged with care. These family farms, ranches and artisans are naturally more affected by unpredictable weather and the realities of a small operation.
Why not make your yard a little fruitier? I just got off the phone with some new friends at Edible Earth Resources in Houston. They help people plant and maintain their own edible gardens, and their mission is to help others grow more of their own food in a sustainable manner. We love that.
One of the beautiful things about living in Texas is the sheer abundance we see from our farmers and gardens throughout the seasons each year – so cooking with fresh, seasonal ingredients makes sense.
I was grabbing a gift at Book People last weekend and nearly spent an entire afternoon perched on a stool. Well, maybe the gift was a good excuse to while away the hours with a stack of books. Between the door and the cookbook section, I was so happy to see that Michael Pollan is coming to Austin! Here’s some info from the Book People site. See you there!
-Sarah, Farmhouse staff
In Cooked, Michael Pollan discovers the enduring power of the four classical elements-fire,
Tickets are going fast for the 5th Annual East Austin Urban Farm Tour – just 10 days away. Join us!
This is a wonderful opportunity to get to know a community of urban farms in our area and experience their beauty. Spend a Sunday afternoon strolling vibrant fields of local produce on four neighboring urban farms: Springdale, Boggy Creek, Hausbar and Rain Lily. At each farm, chefs will use the freshest farm ingredients to provide tastings of their art, and local brewers, wine merchants, and distilleries will offer sips.
Last year was such a hoot and a holler we are doing it again this year. Come sample some of the finest gumbo this side of Houston. Chef Judges!! Prizes!! Raffle!!
Live Zydeco music from The Gulf Coast Playboys, beer and bloody mary’s! Bring your appetite, bring the family. Prizes will go to the best of each category, and all tasters get a vote on the grand prize, the People’s Choice Award!
Saturday, March 29: noon-4 p.m.
Rain Lily Farm – 914 Shady Lane, Austin,