This past Saturday was a phenomenal day at the farm stand with lots of new faces and many returning visitors. If there was one complaint, it was from the folks who could not make it for my customer appreciation day due to prior commitments. After receiving many phone calls and emails I have decided to
What more can be said that the photo doesn’t already say? If you want to reside in the seat of fashion, when you want to let the world know you are a locavore of the first order, or you are going on a date with Brad Pitt or maybe Paris Hilton, it is time for
Carrots in fact do love tomatoes, from a growers perspective anyway. And this Saturday you are going to love my price on carrots and tomatoes. June 28th starting at 7:00 am only at Tonopah Rob’s farm stand, carrots and tomatoes will be priced at $1.00 per pound. I’ll have purple carrots, white carrots, orange carrots,
By now you probably know that this coming Saturday, June 28th, is customer appreciation day here at Tonopah Rob’s Vegetable Farm. Every day this week I’ll be giving more information regarding the sale prices that will be lowered in time for the 4th of July celebration just around the corner. This photo of yummy summer squash is
We are counting down the days to this Saturday when Tonopah Rob’s first annual customer appreciation day kicks off. First up on the list to tease you into stopping by for the big sale – ONIONS! This Saturday, June 28th only, I will be selling onions for only $1.00 per pound. You will not find
Cluck on over to Tonopah Rob’s Vegetable Farm stand this coming Saturday June 28th for some early Independence day shopping for locally produced, all-natural vegetables when Tonopah Rob clobbers high prices in time for your big 4th of July celebration. As the heat of summer bears down on us, the cost of gas soars, and food
Wow!! This week’s harvest is out of this world. The cherry tomatoes are summer’s sweet addiction. They hang in perfect clusters sparkling like the sun. Early Girl, Yellow Roma, and Lemon Boy tomatoes are so yummy they will make your taste buds orbit into childhood remembrance of what a tomato used to taste like. Come visit
This week’s special: dry onion skins. Great prices on dusty dry onion skins, only at Tonopah Rob’s Vegetable Farm stand this Saturday!!! Just kidding everyone. I just loved this photo and had to share it with readers, and how else was I supposed to lead in to this week’s farm stand list using a photo
This past weekend green beans were a hot seller. The dragon tongue beans, which taste just like regular green beans, only better, were almost as popular. As I try to offer varieties of vegetables not found in the large grocery stores, I have a hope that customers will be a little more adventurous when it comes
Over near the cherry tomatoes are some dill plants that have gone to seed, these are those seeds. Sometimes the greatest beauty can be found in the smallest of things.
A big Thank You! to InBuckeye Daily News and Melissa Thomas for the feature story they published about my farm here in Tonopah, Arizona. They even put me on the home page – wow! For those of you with a sharp eye, see that temperature reading on the top of the webpage? It reads 90 degrees
Some of you might have noticed that I offer goldfish for sale at my Saturday farm stand, well, none of you were buying any and now a black crowned night heron is all the happier for it. This new visitor to Tonopah Rob’s vegetable farm has taken a liking to the pond which “used-to-be” filled with nearly 200 goldfish.