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Mountain View Berry Farms

Mountain View Berry Farms Fresh Local Berries and Produce Come by to see us at the
Farmers Market in Landrum SC
on Saturday Mornings, 7am-10am
(Seasonal Event)

Operating as usual

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04/06/2021
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05/17/2019

Please call us at
(864) 457-6585
Thank you

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03/27/2013

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We grow produce year-round!
Call us to check on what is available..864-457-6585

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02/09/2013

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We grow produce year-round!
Call us to check on what is available..864-457-6585

Recipe of the Day: Lemony Roasted Potatoes Get this recipe >> http://ow.ly/gOywG
01/23/2013

Recipe of the Day: Lemony Roasted Potatoes
Get this recipe >> http://ow.ly/gOywG

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01/22/2013

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We grow produce year-round!
Call us to check on what is available..864-457-6585

EASY AND GOOD for the Holidays!Recipe for Sliced Baked Potatoes:Ingredients:small baking potatoes (red, yellow, etc.)oli...
12/18/2012

EASY AND GOOD for the Holidays!
Recipe for Sliced Baked Potatoes:

Ingredients:
small baking potatoes (red, yellow, etc.)
olive oil
Salt, pepper and parsley
dash of paprika

Directions:
Preheat oven to 425ºF. Line cookie sheet with foil and prep with nonstick spray. Wash potatoes and slice almost all the way through. You want to make sure that the slices are all still attached at the bottom of the potato.

Drizzle with olive oil and your favorite potato seasonings.

Place on prepped cookie sheets and bake for approximately 40 minutes or until tender.

Enjoy!

BOOKS and STORIES ABOUT THE FARM
12/04/2012

BOOKS and STORIES ABOUT THE FARM

The Christmas Donkey
By Author Donna Thornton
Illustrations By Lynne Pryor
Contact us if you would to purchase a book signed by the author.

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11/28/2012

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THE CHRISTMAS DONKEY by Donna Thornton (local author)GREAT GIFT IDEA! Add this wonderful book to your Christmas Book Col...
11/28/2012

THE CHRISTMAS DONKEY by Donna Thornton (local author)
GREAT GIFT IDEA!
Add this wonderful book to your Christmas Book Collection!
Get a signed copy. Books are $15 each and may be purchased at
Mountain View Berry Farms, 864-457-6585 (Landrum) • Landrum Hardware (Landrum) • The Book Shelf (Tryon)
www.Amazon.comwww.BarnesandNoble.com

The Christmas Donkey
By Author Donna Thornton
Illustrations By Lynne Pryor
Contact us if you would to purchase a book signed by the author.

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11/28/2012

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What is a "Drupelet"?
Visit us online at www.MountainViewBerryFarms.com
Is it a Donkey perhaps? Or....The small drupe-like subdivisions which compose the outer layer of certain fruits such as raspberries or blackberries. It is best to pick the berries while all drupelets are of a consistent, dark red coloration.

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11/28/2012

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We grow produce year-round!
Call us to check on what is available..864-457-6585

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11/28/2012

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Which farm animal friend is this?
Do you know?

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11/11/2012

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10/15/2012

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EASY RECIPE: Sautéed Kale with Garlic, Onions and Lemon (This recipe serves: 4)Ingredients:1 tablespoon olive oil 1/4 cu...
09/21/2012

EASY RECIPE: Sautéed Kale with Garlic, Onions and Lemon
(This recipe serves: 4)
Ingredients:
1 tablespoon olive oil
1/4 cup diced, onion
1 teaspoon minced garlic
4 cups kale, washed and drained
salt to taste
freshly ground black pepper
juice of 1 lemon
Optional: cooked bacon pieces, fresh mushrooms

Directions:
1. Heat the olive oil in a 10" skillet over medium-low heat.
2. Add the onions (mushrooms) and cook until tender but not brown, about 2 minutes.
3. Add the garlic and cook for 1 minute more.
4. Add the kale, salt and pepper and toss with the olive oil and garlic until the kale begins to wilt, about 2 minutes. Squeeze the lemon juice over the mixture. Remove from the skillet and serve.

PRODUCE & PLANTS
09/21/2012

PRODUCE & PLANTS

Call us at 864-457-6585 to find out what we have available! Most all of our farm produce is ORGANIC.

08/15/2012

We have the following available this week:

Eggs $2.50 dozen
Basil $1.00 bunch
Sweet Peppers $.25 each
Blue lake green beans $1.50 lb
Heirloom tomatoes $2.00 lb
Raspberries $4.50 pint
Zinnia $1.50 bunch (10-12 stems)

Pick up this week will need to be after 11:00 AM on Thursday and 10:00 until 4:00 Friday

08/07/2012

The farm is in between with produce this week but there are a few things available. We will be glad to bring anything that you want to the Farmers' Market in Landrum Saturday if you would like. Call us: (864) 457-6585

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Eggs $2.50 dozen
Green peppers (large peppers) $.25 each
New crop of red fingerling potatoes $2.50 lb
Garlic Great Northern hardneck $1.00 bulb
Basil $1.00 bundle
Carrots $1.25 ( most have lost their tops) bundle
Raspberries $4.50 pint
Raspberry frozen concretate 5 cups of smashed raspberries ready to make jam $12.00 per package

Thank you

07/31/2012

There are a few items still available at the farm:
Give us a call to place your order.
864-457-6585

Eggs $2.50 dozen
Leeks $.50 each
Sweet onions $1.00 lb
Eggplants $1.00 each
Hansel eggplant $1.00 lb
Sweet pepper $.25 each
Hot pepper $.10 each
Corn bi color $.40 ear or $4.00 dozen
Zinnia $1.50 bunch (10-12 stems)
Raspberries $4.50 pint

I am transferring the cole crops from plugs into six packs so fall must be on the way.
Thank you,

07/26/2012

You CAN try this at home...
When you get your berries home, prepare a mixture of one part vinegar (white or apple cider probably work best) and ten parts water. Place the berries into the mixture and swirl around. Drain, rinse if you want (though the mixture is so diluted you shouldn't find you taste the vinegar), and pop in the fridge.

The vinegar kills any mold spores and other bacteria that might be on the surface of the fruit, and voila! Raspberries will last a week or more, and strawberries should go almost two weeks without getting moldy and soft. If they last that long. Enjoy!

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07/24/2012

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CORN and BLACK BEAN SALAD
Yield: approx 5 cups salad

• 3 cobs fresh picked corn
• 16 cherry heirloom tomatoes, sliced in half
• 1/4 cup finely diced red onion
• 1/3 cup chopped fresh cilantro
• 1 Can of black/pinto beans, drained and well rinsed
• juice of one lime
• 1/4 cup of extra virgin olive oil
• pinch sea salt

Directions:
Boil a large pot of water and place cobs in water for 3-5 mins-no longer. Remove and place in cold water to stop cooking. Once cool, slice the corn kernels off the cob and place in medium sized bowl, breaking up the pieces somewhat. Add cherry tomatoes, onion, cilantro, and black beans. Combine lime juice, oil and pinch of salt and pour over corn mixture and coat evenly. Let stand 10 mins and then enjoy!

07/24/2012

Sweet peppers $.25 each
Hansel eggplant $1.00 lb
sweet onion $1.00 lb
Garlic $1.00 bulb
Blackbeauty eggplant $1.00 each
Eggs $2.50 doz
Zinnias $1.50 bunch
Blueberries (please email or call to see if available) $2.50 pint
Raspberries (please email or call to see if available) $4.50 pint
Okra $1.50 lb
We could have corn ready late this week.
Call ahead to place your order.
(864) 457-6585

GREAT EVENTS happening in LANDRUM, SC!
07/11/2012

GREAT EVENTS happening in LANDRUM, SC!

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07/10/2012

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CORN and BLACK BEAN SALAD
Yield: approx 5 cups salad

• 3 cobs fresh picked corn
• 16 cherry heirloom tomatoes, sliced in half
• 1/4 cup finely diced red onion
• 1/3 cup chopped fresh cilantro
• 1 Can of black/pinto beans, drained and well rinsed
• juice of one lime
• 1/4 cup of extra virgin olive oil
• pinch sea salt

Directions:
Boil a large pot of water and place cobs in water for 3-5 mins-no longer. Remove and place in cold water to stop cooking. Once cool, slice the corn kernels off the cob and place in medium sized bowl, breaking up the pieces somewhat. Add cherry tomatoes, onion, cilantro, and black beans. Combine lime juice, oil and pinch of salt and pour over corn mixture and coat evenly. Let stand 10 mins and then enjoy!

07/10/2012

We have these items this week:

eggs $2.50 dozen
sweet onions $1.00 lb
leeks $1.00 each
garlic $1.00 bulb
edamame $2.50 lb
tomaotes Heirloom $1.50 lb
other varities of large tomatoes $1.00 lb
Juilet grape tomatoe $1.00 lb
black pearl $1.00 lb
Hansel eggplant $1.00 lb
black beauty $1.00 each
peppers sweet $.25 each
Hot peppers $.10 each
blackberries limited quanity $2.00 pint
raspberries $4.50 pint
Zinnia $.15 stem

Thanks
Call ahead with your order.
You can pick up Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday
Thank you,

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07/03/2012

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CORN and BLACK BEAN SALADYield: approx 5 cups salad• 3 cobs fresh picked corn• 16 cherry heirloom tomatoes, sliced in ha...
07/03/2012

CORN and BLACK BEAN SALAD
Yield: approx 5 cups salad

• 3 cobs fresh picked corn
• 16 cherry heirloom tomatoes, sliced in half
• 1/4 cup finely diced red onion
• 1/3 cup chopped fresh cilantro
• 1 Can of black/pinto beans, drained and well rinsed
• juice of one lime
• 1/4 cup of extra virgin olive oil
• pinch sea salt

Directions:
Boil a large pot of water and place cobs in water for 3-5 mins-no longer. Remove and place in cold water to stop cooking. Once cool, slice the corn kernels off the cob and place in medium sized bowl, breaking up the pieces somewhat. Add cherry tomatoes, onion, cilantro, and black beans. Combine lime juice, oil and pinch of salt and pour over corn mixture and coat evenly. Let stand 10 mins and then enjoy!

Ready for a TOMATO SANDWICH?!?!?!?!
07/03/2012

Ready for a TOMATO SANDWICH?!?!?!?!

07/03/2012

Available this week:

sweet onions $.50 each
edameme beans $2.50 lb
corn Silver Queen $4.00 dozen or $.35 an ear
Hansel egg plant $1.00 lb
eggs $2.50 dozen
zinniz bunch $1.50
Tomatoes Heirloom $1.50 lb
grape and cherry as well as early girl, marion, juliet, big boy,
and black pearl $1.00 lb..
Leeks $1.00 each
small green peper $.25 each
Call us at 864-457-6585

You may pick up Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday.

Please have a GREAT July 4th and be safe.
Thank you,

06/20/2012

Produce available week of 6/18/12:
FRESH LOCAL PRODUCE from the farm.
Call us with your order and we can have it ready for pickup!
(864) 457-6585

Raspberries are HERE!

Springs onions $.10
Leeks $1.00
Sweet onions $.50 each
Beans:
Blue Lake $1.50 lb
Roma $1.50
Sweet Peppers small to medium $.25
Pearl Cucumbers $1.50 lb
Blackberries $2.00 pint
Raspberries $4.50 pint
Hansel egg plant $1.50 lb
Small to medium black beauty egg plant $1.00 each
Eggs $2.50 dozen
Carrots 7/8 to bunch $1.50
Zinnias 10 to bunch $1.50
Silver queen corn maybe ready by Thursday ask about it.
Red or white fingerlings $2.50 lb

Pick up this week on Thursday or Friday.

Visit the Landrum Farmer's Market Saturday 7am-10am

Address

1095 S Shamrock Ave
Landrum, SC
29356

Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 4pm
Wednesday 10am - 4pm
Friday 10am - 4pm
Saturday 1pm - 4pm

Telephone

(864) 457-6585

Website

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Hi there, do y'all have a sunflower field?
My son just got his autographed copy of "The Christmas Donkey" and I was surprised to see that it was a real farm. Now of course he wants to visit Drupulet lol. Thanks Lynne and Donna and Thanks to Abner Creek Academy for giving him a chance to meet his first celebrities in person. :)
Happy 75th Birthday Dad !
We feel so lucky to have you for neighbors! And all your hard work for the Landrum farmers market is so appreciated.
I thnk your website is really nice. Beautiful photographs and layout. This should really be an asset to you.
Think local...Buy local...Save local
Ho Ho!!! Best berries on the planet Joe and Joyce are teh best people you will ever meet and work with! OH Gotta Go To Mountain View!!!!!