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9/29/2015 Curried Butternut Shrimp Bisque.pdf 0.30 MB
9/9/2015 Squash Casserole.pdf 0.30 MB
7/15/2015 Open-faced BLTs.pdf 0.31 MB
7/7/2015 Corn Salad pdf.pdf 0.31 MB
7/1/2015 Panzanella pdf.pdf 0.31 MB
7/1/2015 Ratatouille pdf.pdf 0.31 MB
6/24/2015 Tomatoe pie pdf.pdf 0.31 MB
6/17/2015 Pimento and Cheese pdf.pdf 0.31 MB
6/17/2015 Fried Green Tomatoes Topped with Pimento and Cheese.pdf 0.31 MB
6/10/2015 Stuffed Pattypan and Eight.pdf 0.31 MB
6/10/2015 Shaved Carrot Salad.pdf 0.30 MB
6/3/2015 Roasted Carrots with Honey and Goat Cheese.pdf 0.31 MB
5/27/2015 Marinated French beans.pdf 0.07 MB
5/20/2015 Broccoli and Kale Detox Soup.pdf 0.06 MB
5/20/2015 Spring Onion and Bacon Savory Bread Pudding.pdf 0.06 MB
5/12/2015 Skillet Potatoes with Hon Tsai Tai.pdf 0.06 MB
5/6/2015 Spring New Potato Salad.pdf 0.07 MB
5/5/2015 Debutante Farmer Salad Dressing.pdf 0.07 MB
4/22/2015 Quinoa Kale Arugula and Mint Salad word.docx 0.84 MB

April 25th Event at Woodson Ridge Farms!April 6th, 2016

General Event InformationFebruary 15th, 2016

Interested in having an event on our farm? Please contact one of the following for assistance:Elizabeth Heiskell at 662-719-7409  elizabeth@elizabethheiskell.com Sarah Virden Gillis 662-889-3005&

Elizabeth Heiskell and Her Pillowcase Turkey to be Featured on NBC Today Show!November 21st, 2015

Tune in to the NBC Today Show on Monday, November, 23 during the 8:00 hour to see our very own Elizabeth Heiskell live! Elizabeth has been invited to live out her dream of appearing on the show. She w

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"The weather is still like spring, clear and warm, and young silver leaves in all the trees. Golly, I miss the hills and fruit trees and things now. Think of all that grand country to walk and ride through, and yet folks will make their homes in a city! I feel like now I'd like to build me a log cabin out on Woodson Ridge and just set." - William Faulkner in a letter home to his mother,  March 8, 1925

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