Vendor Spotlight: Bernhardt’s Farm

In 2011, the Bernhardts moved to a family property and started a garden to keep busy. They began growing seasonal varieties of vegetables and small fruits—and a small business! They bring fresh produce and prepared foods like pesto, pickles, and jams made in their commercial kitchen to market shoppers. They strive to use everything they […]

Vendor Spotlight: Engel Farms

Engel Farms grows all manner of fruit in their lush hill country orchards. The higher elevation – one of Engel’s orchards looms 1,000 feet higher in elevation than Austin – allows the trees to cool off at night. This gives the fruit a sweeter, richer flavor. They pick their trees when ripe and bring the […]

Vendor Spotlight: Grass-Fed Beef of Texas

The “Grass-Fed” in Grass-Fed Beef of Texas means their cows enjoy a no-grain diet, feeding on grass for their whole lives. Many ranchers introduce grain to their cattle’s diet to quickly fatten their animals and accelerate the butchering process, but an all-grass diet requires that the cows mature to a good butchering age. This maturation […]

Vendor Spotlight: Taylor Farm

Jill & Ward Taylor intentionally farm the best food they can, not overworking the land with any one crop and instead raise livestock in manageable numbers and various crops that they rotate regularly. Taylor’s Farm is based in Lexington, TX and specializes in seasonal vegetables and herbs grown with organic practices. They never use pesticides, […]

Vendor Spotlight: Shirttail Creek Farm

Shirttail Creek Farm provides grass fed and finished beef and pasture raised chicken and eggs to local markets and distributors. On their family-run farm, they prioritize animal welfare and soil health, investing in foraging crops like legumes that promote sustainable and replenishing grazing practices and reduce the need for outside intervention. Their high-quality eggs have a […]