I’m often asked what makes an heirloom seed, “heirloom.” Scientific designations notwithstanding, the single greatest thing that makes a seed an heirloom is the story behind the seed. I like to hold these seeds in my hand and think about the people who worked so diligently to create this unique little gem. People who recognized […]
Learnin’ Your Pumpkins 🎃
Our self-serve pumpkin patch is officially open dawk to dusk, seven days a week, until sell out! Celebrate the fall season by picking an heirloom pumpkin planted and grown right here at Foxhollow Farm. Below is a breakdown of the differences in this season's favorite gourds, so you can know exactly what pumpkin to pick […]
What’s it like to garden with Top Chef contestants?
When I heard that I’d be working as the Cast House Gardener for Top Chef I was elated. Not just because I’m proud of our Kentucky farms, but also because my dear friend, Lindsey McClave, and were in the middle of filming the first season of The Farmer and the Foodie. I saw this as […]
Red Noodle Beans with Sesame Seeds
Early September is an exciting time to be at Foxhollow as the farm slowly transitions to fall. The mornings start out cool and crisp, making the country air that much more enjoyable. Our head herdsman, Derek, works around the clock, moving cattle to lush summer pastures while cutting, raking, and bailing hay for the herd’s […]