Welcome to Beccari's Farm Market online! Read on to find out what's FRESH at Beccari's. You'll find our freshest website additions right here on this page. Check out our recipes, and be sure to subscribe to our Fresh Bites email newsletter to be the first to know about our freshest crops and specials!
Corn has started along with Southern Peaches.
Homegrown zucchini and other fresh vegetables, too.
Our fresh baked pies and Brunton Dairy milk are just yummy. And with the Brunton Ice Cream and our fresh baked cookies you could have a party!
As the season progresses, we’ll have other fruits and vegetables as they become ripe.
Our peach crop is coming along fine and the fresh apples that we grow here in Oakdale for your enjoyment are doing great as well. We’ll let you know when they are ripe.
Remember – Fresh is Best!
- 2 Beccari’s Acorn Squash
- 3 Beccari’s Cooking Apples
- lemon juice
- ¼ Cup raisins
- dash of ground cinnamon
- ¼ Cup maple syrup
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Core apples. Cut squash and apples into half-inch-thick round slices. Brush apple slices with lemon juice to prevent browning.
- In a 3-quart casserole, layer squash and apples. Sprinkle with raisins and cinnamon.
- Cover and bake for 50 minutes at 350 degrees F.
- Drizzle squash and apples with maple syrup and bake for another 5 minutes or until the squash is tender.
When something is as deliciously simple as this Slow Cooker Pumpkin Butter recipe at Gluten Free Easily, we just have to share! Since it’s not our own recipe, we can’t post the full text of it here, but we encourage you to click through and give it a shot! As this sweet pumpkin-y goodness simmers down, slowly in your Crock Pot, it will make your house smell fantastic. Consider starting this right before bed and finishing up the process in the morning. That way you won’t be too tempted to taste it before it’s done, and the cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove will invigorate you, urging you out of bed despite the chill of autumn morning.
Pumpkin butter is yummy on toast, English muffins, and even in place of jelly as peanut butter & pumpkin butter sandwiches. The honey in the GFE recipe linked above helps to act as a natural preservative and adds depth to the sweetness without using refined sugar.