Super secret kitchen work!

Today, and for the past few months we’ve been experimenting with this amazing sugar, vinegar and fruit mixture called a shrub!

We have raspberry, strawberry and blackberry ready for purchase, and they are so delightful! All the ladies here on the farm are enjoying them quite thoroughly! Jess likes hers mixed with Sprite, and Sheri is enjoying hers over a salad mixed with a bit of olive oil! Since vinegar is such a fantastic super food, aiding in stomach health and digestion we suggest having a little of our shrub everyday!

Each six ounce bottle is hand crafted here, and we are selling them for eight dollars! It’s quite the deal!

Wikipedia’s Shrub Page

Liquor.Com’s Cocktail Using Shrub Recipe

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Strawberry Rhubarb

At Hurley Farms, we take pride in our broad selection of flavors derive from the best the season has to offer. This season brings us Strawberries and Rhubarb, which go together like ice cream and warm summer days.  Our special attention to the berries and rhubarb is what makes our jam so special!

Rhubarb also known as “Pie Plant” is classically tart and a welcome addition to biscuits, muffin batters and gelatin salads! A perinial favorite, this jam goes well on peanut butter sandwiches, and over your morning yogurt.

As early as 2700 BC, the Chinese have used rhubarb medicinally. After a long trek around the world, rhubarb finally made it’s first appearance at U.S. markets in Massachusettes around the early 1800s. We must advise to take care when using rhubarb, as the leaves are quite poisonous even though the stalks are a great addition of fiber into your diet.

Here on the farm, we take rhubarb grown right on the grounds, then wash and hand slice each and every stalk. After a gently simmering of fresh rhubarb with local strawberries, we hand pour every jar in our family owned and run kitchen. When you buy a jar of Hurley Farms jam, you’re purchasing a slice of the old fashioned life, where pies sat in windowsills to cool, and neighbors waved to each other with a hearty smile and “How do you do?” in passing.

Rhubarb Fun Facts:
To create the appearance of chatter for the background of a film, directors would ask extras to repeat the word ‘rhubarb’!

Here is a tasty dessert which, when served warm with our Strawberry Rhubarb jam spooned over the top will please any table of guests!
Rhubarb Crumble (Serves Six)
1 1/4 cup flour (reserve 1/4 cup)
5 tbsp powdered sugar
1/2 cup butter
2 1/2 cups Rhubarb, cut into 1/2 in pieces
2 beaten eggs
1 1/2 cups sugar
1/4 tsp baking soda
Dash of salt
Cut together 1 cup flour and butter. Pat into greased 9×13 pan, bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes or until golden brown. Mix rhubarb and eggs, then add sugar, flour, baking soda and salt.
Pour rhubarb mix over crust and bake for 35-40 more minutes. Serve warm, with ice cream and our Hurley Farms Strawberry Rhubarb jam over the top.
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