Monday, August 24, 2015

Got melons? We hope everyone is enjoying our melon crop this year!! Very happy with what we are getting even with the shortage of rain.

Zucchini Fries

Zucchini Fries
Weight Watchers Recipe
4.5 Stars
Ratings (975)
3PointsPlus Value
Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 12 min
Other time: 0 min
Serves: 4
These fast-food fry knock-offs are not just tasty—they're good for you, too. Swap any summer squash for the zucchini and try different seasoning mixes.


  •  4 spray(s) olive oil cooking spray   
  •  1 tsp Italian seasoning   
  •  1 1/2 Tbsp all-purpose flour   
  •  3/4 tsp table salt   
  •  3/4 cup(s) dried plain breadcrumbs, panko-variety suggested   
  •   2 medium uncooked zucchini   
  •   2 large egg white(s), whipped until frothy (almost soft peaks)   


  • Preheat oven to 425ºF. Coat a baking sheet with cooking spray. In a small bowl, mix together Italian seasoning, flour and salt. Place bread crumbs in another small bowl.

  • Slice each zucchini in half lengthwise and then each half into 2 pieces widthwise. Next slice each zucchini chunk into 4 fries. Dredge a zucchini fry in flour mixture and then dip into egg whites; dredge in bread crumbs. Place coated zucchini on prepared baking sheet and repeat with remaining ingredients; liberally coat with cooking spray.

  • Roast, turning once, until desired crispness, about 12 minutes. Yields about 8 fries per serving.


  • Use this technique with any summer squash or eggplant. It also works great with thick-cut onion rings or even green tomatoes.

    For extra crispy fries, increase the oven temperature to 500ºF and knock 2 minutes off the cooking time.


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Mini bell peppers this week!! They maybe small but they are super sweet!!

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Our Honey for sale $7 1 lb jar

We have our pure and natural  wildflower honey for sale from our honey bees here at the farm that pollinate our crops.  Here is Ed working with his honey bees. 

Our Rothe Homestead Farm Homegrown Popcorn for sale $7 a jar

Thankful for this rain. They look so wilty it is so sad.

Reusable bags for sale $10 a bag

We love to help our fellow local farmers out. Our neighbor dairy farmer Mamie Rabida when she is not milking goats and cows or bailing hay she is taking recycled grain/dog food bags and making them into reusalble bags. We are helping her out by selling them. Check them out they are really neat and a nice good size!