Blue House Farm | Mission Community Market Development Site

Blue House Farm

Location: Pescadero, CA

Blue House Farm is situated at the end of a small, coastal agricultural valley in Pescadero, California. They are nestled on three sides by rolling hills, redwood forests, a natural year-round creek, coastal prairie and nearby wild ocean beaches.

Blue House Farm grows an incredible diversity of certified organic vegetables, fruits and cut flowers.

Mission Community Market 9/8

Everyone might have been talking about the weather but yesterday was the perfect time to come out to the Market and get all the best local produce! We had peppers from Blue House, figs from Arata, plums from Twin Girls, and much more! Come have a look at our new Facebook album to get an idea of what you would like to pick up next week! It can all be seen Here!

Get your Islander Peppers Today!

Blue House Farm has rolled out their fresh new purple islander peppers! The Islander peppers will be in season for another 1-2 months. Known mostly for their unique color, they have a light, sweet flavor and are best used fresh to bring color to a salad. They lose their color when cooked. More pepper varieties coming this week and the next, including yellow ‘Gypsies,” dark green Poblanos, and huge hot Jalapenos. It’s all happening at the Market Today! So come …

Recipe: Caldo Verde (Portuguese Kale Soup)

Next time you’ve got a bunch of kale sitting around and you want to try something different, give this recipe a shot. It’s easy, delicious, and inexpensive. It’s our version of the traditional Portuguese soup with a couple of twists that make it extra yummy. You might want to make extra, as this soup is always better the day after you make it 8 oz Spanish Chorizo, diced (or chouriƧo, or linguiƧa, or bacon or guanciale from Hapa Ramen) 2 …

Impress with Breakfast! Sourdough French Toast with Summer Berry Compote

Photo Courtesy of Matthew S. Cain Try out this sweet summer recipe next time you’re looking to impress with breakfast! Start by slicing a loaf of sourdough from Arizmendi Bakery into 1″ to 1.5″ slices and placing them either on a sheet tray or a baking dish (something with sides). Next, beat together 3 eggs, about a 1/2 cup milk, a tablespoon or two of sugar (depending on how sweet you like your toast), a teaspoon of vanilla extract, a …