Available Vegetables – May 28, 2016 update

We are located at 661 FM 1553, Bonham, TX 75418 just about 10 miles south of Bonham off of Hwy 78. We are no longer offering “pick your own” vegetables and fruits. However, you are certainly welcome to come out and buy some of our naturally grown, no-pesticide produce that we have already picked. We have a $10 charge per person (minimum $50 charge) for a tour of the farm and garden. ┬áCost of vegetables is extra, as are pony rides. But if you are coming to purchase produce without a farm and garden tour, there is no extra charge.

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This is our current vegetable price list at Cypress Lake Ranch. We try to keep this updated frequently but please understand if we have something listed here and we have run out. Sometimes that happens.

We love having customers come here. All you need to do is call to see if we’re here. We have no “official” hours, but we’d love to open our store for you as long as we’re here. Just be sure to check with us before driving out here.

This is a list of what we have available right now!

Fresh Herbs – $2.00 per bag

Here are some of the herbs we have: tarragon, oregano, marjoram, parsley, basil, cilantro and rosemary. We also have dried herbs for $5.00 per container. Keep in mind that these are free of chemicals and pesticides (organic but non-certified).

Heirloom Perpetual Spinach – $3.00 per quart bag

Heirloom Bibb Lettuce – $3.00 per quart bag

Swiss Chard – $2.00 per bunch of 12 to 15 leaves

Delicious, pesticide-free blackberries – $5.00 per container

Radishes – $1.00 per bunch

Eggs from pastured, free-roaming chickens – $4.00 per dozen

From our Freezer

We have a limited supply of grassfed beef. Check with us for prices.

And from our pantry:

Herbed Vinegars from our pesticide free, lovingly grown herbs – discounted to $5.00 per bottle (formerly $10.00 per bottle).

Dried Herb blends from our garden herbs (Basil, Parsley, Italian Oregano) – $5.00 per jar.

Sun Dried tomatoes and dried peppers – prices vary – $5 to $10.

Healthy Ranch Dressing Mix (made with our own herbs) – $5.00 per jar. (None available currently.)

Jalapeno Jelly made from our heirloom, pesticide free home grown jalapenos – $5.00 per half pint jar

Pina Colada Jam, Strawberry-Mango jam, Strawberry-Pineapple, Peach-Mango, Peach-Pineapple and other “in season” jams and jellies – $5.00 per half pint jar. (Peaches and blackberries are grown by us.)

Other items in our store:

Peach, Blueberry and Blackberry Cobblers – $5.00 each (order 48 hours ahead).

Handmade yarn scarves of various colors. $10 each

Lavender bath salts, Scented Bath Bombs, Goat milk soaps, Lotions and Body Butter.

Our Goat milk soaps come in a variety of fragrances all made with our own goat’s milk and many with our own fresh or dried herbs.

We also make Artisan Breads, Banana, Zucchini and Pumpkin Breads as well as Pies and “To-Die-For” Blueberry Muffins. We will need at least 48 hours advance notice to get these ready and sometimes longer depending on what we have on our schedule. Check with us for current price list.

Our current specialties are:

Sprouted Whole Wheat Bread – $6.00 per loaf (We need at least a 5-day in advance request in order to sprout the wheat).

Italian Herb Bread – $6.00 per loaf

Oatmeal Wheat Bread – $5.00 or $6.00 per loaf depending on size

Challah Bread – $3.00 per loaf

English Muffin Bread – $5.00 per loaf

Power Cookies (no fat, no eggs) – 4 for $2.00 (Contain oat flour, Canellini beans, coconut, dates, raisins, nuts and organic applesauce).

Rosemary Shortbread Cookies – 4 for $2.00

Gluten Free Coconut & Chocolate Cookies – $1.00 each.

We are also currently making bread that is Gluten Free:

Delicious Gluten Free Bread (loaf-style) – $10.00 per very large loaf (weighs over 2 lbs)

Gluten Free Sandwich Bread (smaller loaves) – $6.00 per loaf

And we’ve recently added a few Paleo items to our list of baked goodies. Check with us for details and prices. The ingredients for most of these are very expensive so we will make them only by special request. BTW, most of them are absolutely delicious!

Give us a call at (214) 681-1306 or (214) 701-8298 or email us at Cypresslakeranch@gmail.com to see about purchasing some of our lovely produce that has NOT been sprayed with insecticides or pesticides. We can also deliver to McKinney, Sherman and other surrounding areas. We have horses so we keep our gate closed. But we’ll be glad to open it for you if you let us know when you are coming.

If you would like to come out to buy some fresh vegetables, give us a call at (214) 681-1306 or (214) 701-8298. If we don’t answer, please leave a message. We are frequently out in the garden.

Call us for morning and/or weekend options as we frequently have other commitments on the weekend. But we’ll be happy to have you come if we’re going to be here.

Also ask about our pony rides, horseback riding lessons and birthday party options. For details see another post on this site and to arrange times, please call Krista at (214) 681-1306.
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