Our new commercial kitchen in Asbury Park

Photos of the renovation and kitchen build
existing kitchen
existing kitchen

The existing kitchen will be completely disassembled and reconfigured. The cabinets will be repurposed in another section of our new kitchen.

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A view into the kitchen
A view into the kitchen

Over the next couple of months this space will transform into several sections of full working and teaching kitchen.

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open floor plan
open floor plan

This space is great for events and classes.

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existing kitchen
existing kitchen

The existing kitchen will be completely disassembled and reconfigured. The cabinets will be repurposed in another section of our new kitchen.

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My Momma's Kitchen

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After close to a year of preparation and planning we are almost ready to get down to some serious renovations. If all goes according to plan we should be fully operational by  late May 2014.

 

Well....nothing went according to plan so opening was postponed until late September of 2014....But we are now open and it was all worth it!!

Chinese Cabbage
Chinese Cabbage

As you can see the city can produce some pretty spectacular greens. We use no pesticides or chemicals and find that there is mush less problems with pests here than on our small farm in Jackson.

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Variety of veggies
Variety of veggies

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Chinese Cabbage
Chinese Cabbage

As you can see the city can produce some pretty spectacular greens. We use no pesticides or chemicals and find that there is mush less problems with pests here than on our small farm in Jackson.

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Urban Agriculture

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For 24 years we having been growing on the rooftop in Asbury Park. This year we will be re-designing and replanting this space with lots of herbs and greens and vegetables to use in our new kitchen. We love this space that brings sustainable agriculture to the heart of the city.  

garden at the farm
garden at the farm

Fenced in area at the farm. In this section we grow tomatoes, peas, lavender, misc herbs, and peppers.

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Crocus
Crocus

One of the first flowers of early Spring. So vibrant and beautiful

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garden at the farm
garden at the farm

Fenced in area at the farm. In this section we grow tomatoes, peas, lavender, misc herbs, and peppers.

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The Farm

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 Our small family farm is a place of sanctuary and great joy for us. For over 20 years we have been building and working toward a self sufficent homestead. We do not use chemicals or pesticides. We grow organically although we are not certified organic at this time. We grow many heirloom varieties of plants, and do not grow anything that is GMO.