Come check out our farmstands and see what’s growing as we move from spring into summer!
Join Yard to Market Co-op Members and Friends for a garden tour in South Austin this Saturday February 13 from 10 – 11 AM! See Co-op Member Shirley’s garden, chicken coop and rainwater catchment system. Get inspired to plant for … Continue reading
Sausage, White Bean, and Swiss Chard Soup Contributed by Rosalie Kelley Prep Time: 15 min Inactive Cook Time: 33 min Level: Ingredients 1 (1.22-pound) package lean hot Italian turkey or chicken sausage, casings removed 1 cup chopped onion 2 … Continue reading
What’s it look like? <—Those are (homegrown!!) mustard greens! They come in an assortment of colors and textures, but all varieties are typically spicy and can be used interchangeably with turnip and radish greens. To store, shake off excess water … Continue reading
Hey, look who’s in the Heirloom Issue of Edible Austin!!
Sunset Valley Farmstand Operator (Paid Position) Yard to Market Co-op is growing more than ever! Come be a part of our brilliant, resourceful, fun, efficient team. Qualifications and Experience: 2-3 years sales experience. Knowledge of local Central Texas growing seasons … Continue reading
At the end of the season (or perhaps before), peppers can be abundant to the point of overwhelming. If you are like me, and you like to keep and store as many as you can to get you through the … Continue reading
Co-op Owner Brittany Fetterman shared her brilliant sun pickling recipe. It is perfect for preserving larger slicing cucumbers. And, did I mention….NO COOKING!!?!?! Recipe is for making in a 1 gallon jar. To make in a quart jar, quarter … Continue reading
A huge thank you to the team at the Texas Rural Cooperative Center for making this wonderful film, and for all their support, advice and assistance of these last two years. Here’s to many more years of collaboration and success!
Yard to Market is a Producers’ Cooperative. That means we are democratically governed and owned by the producers whom we serve. This is the fifth in a series of posts about the 7 Co-operative Principles which provide the foundation for … Continue reading