Ask a Farmer: How ’bout this rain?

It’s been quite a rainy few weeks here in Washtenaw County, including seeing some really big storms come through.  I was wondering how our local farmers were feeling about the rain, so when Farmer Mark from Seeley Farm stopped by the kitchen to deliver salad...

Try New Things with Harvest Kitchen

Every once in a while we hear from a customer to say that they haven’t seen anything recently on the menu that appeals to them.  It’s such a bummer when this happens, but it’s kind of part of how rotating menus work–we won’t have all your...

Happy Independence Day!

Happy Independence Day from everyone at Harvest Kitchen! We hope you’re all enjoying time with friends and family this holiday.  We also want to take time to be thankful to all the farmers and farm workers who grow our food.  We also want to celebrate all the...

Hot tips on Reheating Food!

Hi everyone! We were having an interesting conversation at Harvest Kitchen this week about the best way to reheat our food.  It’s true that all our plastic containers are microwave safe, so popping the food in the microwave til it’s hot (maybe 2-3 minutes...

Reprise Post: Product Highlight: Curried Chicken Salad

With summer temperatures finally upon us (and a desperate need for rain) I thought today would be a good time to reprise a post I wrote last summer about our awesome curried chicken salad. Curried Chicken Salad This week I want to direct your attention to our curried...

Chef Magdiale takes the lead at Farmers Market

If you’ve come to the Farmers Market lately you might’ve noticed a new face behind the HK stand (or, alternatively, if you couldn’t find the HK stand, it might be because there’s a new face there).  It’s our new Chef, Magdiale,...

Producer Profile: Mind Your Beeswax Honey

Our ever-popular blog series on our producers and suppliers returns with this profile on our beekeepers at Mind Your Beeswax of Hartland, Michigan. Farm Name: Mind Your Beeswax Interviewee: Chris Main Crops Supplied to Harvest Kitchen: Honey used in granola and...

Social Media Returns!

Hi all, After a bit of a hiatus this winter as we worked towards our move and transition, I’m trying to be more active on social media as the spring gets going.  Be sure you’re following us on facebook, twitter, and instagram so you don’t miss out on...

Spring is springing!

You can certainly tell that the seasons are changing here in Southeast Michigan this week–we’ve had a couple of scorching hot days followed by a chilly weekend.  It’s been a bit of a roller coaster–as the saying goes, if you don’t like...