Lets Eat

Tri-tip just out of the smoker.

A tri-tip fresh out of the smoker from Porterhouse Meat Market in Havana, FL.

Food, a universal language that transcends boundaries, weaves a captivating narrative deeply rooted in our lives. At TnF Farms, our culinary journey is a testament to the art of crafting recipes. Turning simple ingredients into memorable, if not always conventionally “good,” meals. The magic often happens through improvisation, creatively utilizing fridge contents to whip up flavorful masterpieces that linger in our memories.

In the Florida Panhandle area, the farm-to-table movement isn’t just a trend; it’s a delectable reality. Fresh, locally sourced ingredients breathe life into our dishes. Supporting both sustainable agriculture and community ties. Understanding the origins of our meals adds a unique dimension to the dining experience. Enhancing the joy of savoring each bite.

Beyond our farm kitchen, the Tallahassee area offers a vibrant restaurant scene. From cozy diners dishing out Southern comfort food to upscale eateries boasting innovative menus. There’s a culinary delight for every palate. These establishments mirror the region’s rich culinary diversity, making every meal an exciting opportunity to indulge in the distinct flavors of the Florida Panhandle.

As we navigate this gastronomic landscape, we appreciate not only the delicious outcomes of our kitchen experiments but also the broader connection between what we eat. Where it comes from, and the community that nourishes our love for food. It’s a journey that transforms each meal into a celebration of flavors, cultures, and the shared joy of good food.

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The weekend is coming and you need to grill!

Like every week, we were almost out of bacon. I stopped into Porterhouse Meat Market on the edge of Havana, Florida to refresh our bacon stash and to check out what was in the fresh cuts. There were a couple of filet mignons that were just begging to be rolled up in bacon and a big ol’ ribeye wanted to come home with me.

Marinated Chuck Steaks

The candy store days have long gone but now as a 40 something, I have a better vice. Butcher shops. I am frequenting a local butcher shop called Porterhouse meat market in-between Havana and Tallahassee on the Florida Georgia highway. It has a bit of the mini mart nuance and the best part, fresh cut meats. Faith Johnson and I enjoy being foodies and now we try to make stuff better than a restaurant. This recent round at Porterhouse, I restocked on bacon and picked up some chuck steaks.

Farm Fresh Eggs vs. Commercial Eggs

Eggs have long been a staple in diets worldwide, offering a versatile source of protein, vitamins, and minerals. When it comes to eggs, many consumers face a choice between farm fresh and commercial varieties. In this post, we’ll delve into the health benefits of choosing farm fresh eggs over commercial eggs, shedding light on the factors that make them a wholesome and nutritious choice. At TnF Farms we feed our chickens Non-GMO feed to give the eggs an added health benefit.

Home Grown Vegetables vs. Store-Bought

The choice between homegrown vegetables and store-bought produce is a perennial dilemma for many consumers. Each option comes with its own set of advantages and considerations. In this post, we’ll explore the pros and cons of both homegrown and store-bought vegetables, helping you make informed decisions about your dietary choices and food sources.

TnF Cinnamon French Toast

It’s a carb cheat day at the TnF Farm this fine Saturday morning! Hope you’re having an excellent morning too.