Trail Horses For Lease June 18, 2013
Looking for an individual who is eager to ride the trails of Red Rock Canyon. Experienced or beginner we offer full lease, half lease, and lessons. We are located at the end of a dirt road with access directly into the state park
Availability: first come first ser
Veggies From The Farmers Market June 1, 2013
We grow as much as we can on the farm and everything else is only from farmers markets. Some of our favorite farms are Tutti Frutti, Tamai Family Farms, Underwood Family Farms, Island Farms, Coleman, etc. By visiting markets twice a week we are able to meet other farmers and learn about whats new and fresh this season.
The Open Fire April 6, 2013
Cooking outside on an open fire is synonymous with great flavor and great style. The warmth, smell, comfort, and visual stimulation that a fire has to offer just down right makes you feel at home. It also creates a focal point for the dinner where people gather over drinks and good conversation. When people come here to dine we want them to be in a place that makes them feel safe, comfortable, and hungry.
Duck Eggs March 27, 2013
The basics of any farm is fresh eggs. With a flock of over 40 ducks and 6 different breeds we maintain a very nice variety of attitude and noises in which each bird has it own characteristics. Not only is having duck eggs a bit out of the norm, they are also extremely healthy for you. They are much more alkaline then chicken, contain more omegas, contain about 9 grams of protein, and drink 10 times more water allowing for cleaner flavors.
Pasta March 15, 2013
Everyone has their favorite thing to make, for me, its pasta. Agnolotti to be exact. It means envelope in Italian and always has some sort of filling that can range from creamy nettles to pheasant confit. It is the perfect vessel for all things good. We always offer a home made pasta that changes with the seasons. We will also be offering classes on this so please click below to inquire.
Breaking Bread March 2, 2013
Fresh baked bread is a staple at dinner and here on the farm breaking it together is how we start every single meal. When in season we forage for wild buckwheat and incorporate it into our recipe leaving a flavor and nutritional component that tastes so good.
The Farmer And The Chef February 13, 2013
Circle Rock is teaming up with local chefs to create the closest farm to table in Los Angeles. Brandon D'Imperio(left) of Circle Rock and Kevin Meehan(right) of Kali-Dining hope to create something timeless and unforgettable, not something different but something classic. From produce to proteins everything from the farm will take priority on the menu. Please come join us towards the end of March. A minimum donation of $65 is requested and B.Y.O.B. is always excepted with no corkage.
The Burbank Farmers Market February 2, 2013
It's that time of year again when we start doing markets. This week we will be joining the Burbank F.M. which runs from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every Saturday. Our stand will include winter and early spring plant starts like kale, arugula, chard, celery, and herbs. We will also be offering duck and chicken eggs very soon along side fresh picked produce from our farm. Baker Creek heirloom seed will also be available with almost 100 different varieties to choose from. See you there.
The First I.P.A. January 26, 2013
After 2months of waiting we finally have our first I.P.A. and best tasting beer yet. At about 6.3% alcohol and a 75 I.B.U. this brew is well balanced, sweet, and hoppy. We are now offering beer brewing classes at the farm. Learn how to make, taste, bottle, and enjoy beer properly all on you're own. If you are interested please contact us via email to receive pricing and date information.