Our coffee bar is outside located under a shady pavilion with lots of seating. Come enjoy a hot or cold drink surrounded by our beautiful garden with a gorgeous view of El Capitan mountain.
Serving hot espresso coffee drinks, blended coffee drinks and smoothies.
(No food service.)
We have free wifi and plenty of seating.
We invite you to just come and hang out with a friend and chat, and enjoy our beautiful garden like it's your own. Loitering is encouraged!
Our country store is a rustic post and timber barn we built in 1990. The Barn is a fun place to shop and see what is new weekly and in all seasons!
We host a collection of fairies for your garden and fairy items such as fairy houses, chairs, benches, signs and farm animals for you to be creative with.
We have a garden collection of wind chimes, garden signs, seeds, books and solar garden art which is most popular now.
The collection of home décor is varied from each season - come and see what is new this week!
Perfect place to get that special gift you for that special friend.
(Original watercolors painted by local artist Dixie Sampier.)
Here are some FUN recipes to inspire you!
I would love to share a few of my favorite recipes with you! My love of cooking with fresh ingredients comes from gardening year round in our beautiful vegetable garden in Flinn Springs, CA. The weather here is just perfect to grow these wholesome, delicious and nutritious meals and treats!
Boil filtered water, pour over 1 cup sugar and 1/3 cup Lavender Blossoms.
Stir well to dissolve the sugar and let steep for 10 to 20 minutes.
Strain the mixture to remove the lavender blossoms.
Then add the juice from 5 lemons and 1 orange.
Place lots of sliced lemon, lavender and ice into a serving pitcher and pour the Lemonade mixture over it.
Serve over ice and Enjoy!
1/4 cup Butter
1 small Onion, chopped
1 Carrot, chopped
1 cup chopped Celery, stalks & leaves
1 bay leaf
1 tablespoon chopped fresh Basil
2 sprigs each fresh Oregano, Marjoram, Thyme
3 cups peeled, seeded and chopped Tomatoes
4 cups Chicken Stock salt freshly ground black pepper
In a 2-quart saucepan, heat the butter and sauté the onion, carrot and celery for 5 minutes. Stir in the fresh herbs, tomatoes and stock. Cover and simmer for 30 minutes, stir occasionally. Use a stick blender to slightly puree and leave small chucks. Season with salt and pepper, and garnish with fresh herbs.
Don't stop there! This is an excellent soup base to use with fish, vegetables and rice to your liking!Download Recipe (PDF)
from: Raw Food Made Easy: for 1 or 2 People
by Jennifer Cornbleet
Why these are so good for you: Nuts and Almonds are high in Fiber, Protein, Good Fats, Vitamin E, Magnesium, Zinc and other Trace Minerals vital for health, lowering cholesterol, regulating appetite, strengthening the immune system, increasing bone strength, muscle and nerve function, as well as being important for your skin, hair, red blood cells and helping to fight against disease. So enjoy these guilt free!
Ever wonder what to do with all of your summer zucchini? Try a simply delicious recipe Sheryl recommends from one of her favorite books The Raw Food Revolution Diet by C. Soria, B. Davis, & V. Melina.Download Recipe (PDF)
This amazing, bean-free hummus has all the flavor of a traditional Middle Eastern hummus and is full of nutrients, including bone-strengthening calcium. Enjoy it served with Crudites or in romaine lettuce boats with tomatoes and sprouts.
by Sheryl Lozier
Served at Summers Past Farms December 2010 Antique & Craft Fair
Don't stop there! This is an excellent soup base to use with fish, vegetables and rice to your liking!
by Sheryl LozierDownload Recipe (PDF)
Sheryl's recipe for Garden Fresh Tomato Pasta was featured in the "Homescape" section of the San Diego Union Tribune on July 19th, 2009. This recipe was adapted from Favorite Recipes with Herbs.
We invite you to visit our store filled with our own handmade herbal soaps, Lavender sprays, and hand salves, herbal salves and a full line of Essential Oils and Fragrance Oils.