In 2012, when I took over Three Sisters Farm, I had a full head of black hairs. I was optimistic that I was going to turn around the old farm and make it profitable.
Longan Time – Call 305-209-8335
The rustic beauty, the explosive flavor, and the healing properties of real food is something that is unavailable to the masses. As a culture we’ve forgotten
Farmers farm at their current state of knowledge and spiritual evolution. A once charming rural area is now dominated by big business practices that are destroying
If you’re concerned about the quality of food these days and understand that locally grown organic foods that you grow yourself or you source diretly from
I headed up to Boca from Homestead to see my family this weekend, two out of the three sisters and mom. Leaving the farm is always stressful for me because I’m
Featuring home grown collard greens, boiled green banana, carrots, cabbage, pumpkin, turmeric, onions and herbs. Grown and served at Three Sisters Farm.
Organic Lychee from Three Sisters Farm Call 305-209-8335 to order today (limited time!) Certified Organic and Picked to Order $5.00 lb./ $4.00 lb.
Individuals interested in purchasing organic produce directly from the farm may call 305-209-8335 for availability and to schedule an appointment to come
2014 was a huge year for longan.
we grow bananas organically at three sisters farm. and its one of the only places you can get local organic bananas (outside of home yards all over south florida).
we don’t grow sweet corn, but we do grow the kind of corn that you let dry on the stalk in the field. we harvest and store the corn on the cobs until we are
boniato this tropical tuber has white flesh similar to a potato with a delicate sweet flavor. some call it white sweet potato. the red skin is thin and edible
off the grid cooking
sugarcane juice with ginger and keylime the past friday we spent a good part of the afernoon juicing cane. its a very good thing for us to do right now because
longans are a tropical tree, related to the lychee and native to southeast asia. they make droopy bunches of round fruits a little smaller than
i want to talk a little bit about the sauce we make on the farm. i’ve been making this particular sauce for about a year now because
one of our favorite crops, the handsome cassava plant, grows to form a thick wall of 5 pointed leaves and can get a dozen or more feet high. the thing about yucca
sorrel wine is a festive christmas & new years drink in jamaica and the west indies. unlike wine made from grapes, the sorrel wine is made from the
truly one of my new favorite things to make is jackfruit pizza. the combination of tropical fruitiness, traditional mozzarella and san marzano tomatoes is a blast
not a lot of people are familiar with jackfruit, the world’s largest and most exotic tree-bearing fruit. three sisters farm (in homestead, fl) fortunately