Farm to Table Buy Local Blog

From our Friends at Harvie Farm:
CSA and Garden Share Sign-Ups to Start in the New Year
5th Annual Western Pennsylvania Lamb FestPresented by TABLE Magazine
Online Market is Open
Annual Urban Farm Tour: 9-17-2022

Learn More about Urban Farms

In its 4th year, Farm to Table Buy Local supports and promotes the work of small urban farms. Farm to Table Fundraising Campaign for Pittsburgh Urban Farms​ Pittsburgh is home to amazing individuals who started urban farms and community gardens in Black communities that are suffering from decades of food apartheid. These community leaders work…

Footprints Farm’s Featured Item: Broiler Chickens

Broiler chickens are ready to go!  From our friends at Footprints Farm: It’s Pastured broiler chicken season!   Are you looking for a healthy way to feed the family as you make it through the end of school year madness? Take advantage of the season and set up meals for the whole week! Healthy, healing, and easy.  Our…

2022 Veggie Subscription

Oasis Farm & Fishery, in partnership with Operation Better Block Inc.’s Junior Green Corps, are excited to launch an affordable “Veggie Subscription” that delivers a box of locally-grown, seasonal produce to residents bi-weekly. This program aims to conveniently increase Homewood residents’ access to healthy, fresh foods while supporting local community-based organizations that prioritize grassroots engagement…

Your Ultimate Guide to Farmers Markets

Spring is officially here, and that means one thing – Pittsburgh Farmers Markets are coming back! Markets across Western Pennsylvania will be opening in the coming weeks, offering local produce, fresh-baked breads, sweet treats, prepared foods, flowers, and more.  Why are Farmers Markets so important? We are lucky to have an abundance of agricultural producers…

3 Steps to Cooking a Delicious Ham!

From our friends at Footprints Farm: Easter Dinner is quickly approaching, so today we wanted to share some guidance on cooking your easter ham.  1. Rinse the ham in cold water and blot it dry.  2. Glaze. Line a roasting pan with aluminum foil. Add an inch or so of water in the bottom to prevent burning…