Spring is almost here

Our French Toulouse geese have started to lay, the ducks are almost convinced it's spring, and the chickens are definitely getting off to a good start in 2023. We've already hatched our first batch of chicks and have lots of eggs in the store for your breakfasts and baking!

Lots of new products

2022 was an incredible year for Colorado's wild plums and we've got them prepared several different ways. Try them, they are awesome! We tried hawthorn berry jelly last fall. You've probably never had that, but with no seasonings added, it tastes a bit like old-fashioned spicy apples. MMMMmmm.

We also discovered some other new favorites, especially banana butter and Colorado Bar Fight (Denver's Stranahan whiskey, Palisade peaches, Hatch green chiles, and blackberries and blueberries), and we have replenished some of the standbys like sweet and spicy bourbon mustard and Kentucky bar fight jam.

If there's something I used to make that you love but don't see on the website, message me. If I can find the fruit at a reasonable price, I'm happy to make it for you again. Keep in mind though that much of what makes my products special is that I make it with PERFECTLY ripe fruit, which can get scarce as we move into fall and winter. I didn't make much salsa in 2022 because I was not happy with the tomatoes - I hope I can get better ones in 2023! Thanks for your understanding.

Fresh from our farm

We live and farm in mid-Gilpin County, bringing fresh high-altitude goodness to you


We use only the best, in-season fruit and vegetables, and we buy local whenever possible.