Rosebank Farms’ Kitchen
Newsletter February 19, 2024
How could one little farm, farm stand, kitchen and bakery have so much of it. Is it commonplace in every business, or is there something about our little farm? A question to ponder. Well, I’ve pondered, and all I can say is that there is a shit pile of personality amongst the Rosebank family, not to say disorders. I, self admittedly, am certainly part of the personality for good or bad, a disorder on the other hand, maybe not. Nonetheless certainly disorganized.
Trying to control chaos is something that’s always been in my repertoire. I’ve catered events for over 35 years. Without being blessed with Attention Deficit Disorder (thanks Sally), I’m pretty damn sure some of those events would not have come off as well as they did! But I must say this event is a doozy! Thanks for letting me share my rant, it’s less expensive than a psychiatrist and I have no time for appointments. Sandy I’m telling you, there is a fortune to be made if you would set up your booth, just one day a week, even at 5 cents a session.
Broccoli is in the field and therefore it’s in The Kitchen !
Soups this week are Brunswick Stew, Sidi’s Vegetable and our Broccoli Cheddar with a touch of white wine, nothing like you would find out of a can.
Entree for the we is a Classic Chicken Divan with a touch of curry. Add a nice salad and dinner is complete. We will have a few Crustless Tomato Pies available this week also.
Our supply of Winninghams Sausage will be restocked on Thursday, thank you Maxine.
Scones are what’s on his mind and unfortunately once again we in The Kitchen are his victims. Please sir find more testers, bikini season is coming.
We are a working farm since 1988 that has been providing fresh, high-quality produce to locals and visitors season after season. Rosebank Farms consist of over 50 acres that produces crops year-round. The planting, cultivating and harvesting never ceases. Our passion for farming and dedication to healthy and delicious food has allowed us to grow and expand while maintaining our commitment to you and quality.
We offer a wide variety of seasonal produce, including fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Rosebank Farms celebrates fall with heirloom pumpkins, winter squash, sweet potatoes, zucchini, speckled butter beans, green beans, wax beans, Kentucky wonders, Italian beans, and arugula. Celosia, marigold, and zinnias bloom with an abundance of monarch butterflies. Beets, carrots, cabbage are all maturing and the sweet peas, snow peas, and sugar snaps will soon be picked. Heirloom tomatoes slowly ripen...of course Mother Nature plays a starring role as the tender crops' nemesis-frost! Stay up to date with what's available, what is working in the kitchen, and whatever else Jonathan wants to tell you about by signing up for our newsletter!
Our stand will be open at the current location until Spring of 2024 when we will be in our new location right down the road at Kiawah River. We will still be right off of Betsy Kerrison Pkwy. But for now, come check out our holiday wreaths, striking floral arrangements, and our Christmas trees!! We also have local artwork, sweetgrass baskets, honey, and a few local vendors. Rows of vegetables bins line our market and apples from North Carolina fill baskets, and coolers hold the seafood and prepared foods. There is always something at our stand that you will need to take home with you. I promise!
Bounty from our fields transformed by the awesome kitchen staff stocks the refrigerators at our stand. Appetizers, salads, soups, quiches, pasta, main dishes, and sides invite healthy enjoyment. Whether you're looking for a snack or a full Southern meal, you are sure to love whatever it is you find here. Our food options are always changing, but we try and keep our favorites in stock. Our staff is always in the kitchen working hard to fill your bellies!
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