Lost Creek Farm: Farm & Forage Provisions Box - Spring 2022

By Candace Nelson - 1:10 PM

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Lost Creek Farm recently produced a subscription box: Farm & Forage Provisions Box.

Experience the Abundance of Appalachia: When you subscribe to the Farm and Forage Provisions Box, you’ll experience story-rich mountain cuisine at home with a quarterly selection of seasonal products from the Lost Creek Farm Kitchen. The box will feature a rotating selection of pantry items and homemade snacks from storied recipes, as well as original artwork and farmer’s-and-forager’s-choice special surprises. The items are made from ingredients grown or foraged at Lost Creek Farm and other small family-owned farms in the community. This experience from Lost Creek Farm is exclusive to our Table22 members.

Farm & Forage Provisions box from lost farm

Sample box may include:

-Lost Creek Farm’s storied communion wafers
-Shelf-stable seasonal items – WV-grown cornmeal, dried heritage apples, and more
-Sweet treats from Lost Creek Farm’s collection of family recipes – black-walnut brittle, sorghum cookies, and more
-Seasonal fruit spread or sweet syrup – Lost Creek Farm’s Bourbon-sage apple butter, shagbark hickory syrup, sassafras syrup, and more
-Spice rubs or pickling mixes blended by hand in the Lost Creek Farm kitchen
-A pack of Mike’s own original block-print greeting cards featuring seasonally-inspired, hand-carved designs

All Lost Creek Farm members also receive:
-A Quarterly Unboxing Video featuring the stories behind the Farm and Forage Provisions and recipe ideas for items in the box
-First to know about future membership offerings
  Farm & Forage Provisions box from lost farm

This box is seasonal, so just four times a year. And it focuses on great things coming from the farm. It is bit on the pricey end, at $125. 

Farm & Forage Provisions box from lost farm

This box contained Momaw Betty's Communion Wafers, Rosemary-Sumac Shortbreads, Shagbark Hickory Sweet Syrup, Wild Allium Powder, Hand-Printed Blockprint Notecards, Pickled Beet Spices, Heirloom Seeds, and Aunt Floda's Dumpling Mix. 

I've already dug into the communion wafters and shortbreads, but I'm going to need to do a bit more research on the spices and dumpling mix. Suggestions? Let me know! 

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