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Triple J Family Farm- Georgetown, KY

In honor of the recent National Farmers Markets Week, I'm highlighting a local farmer to share with you. There are so many excellent agricultural operations in the Bluegrass area it’s difficult to decide on just one. But I have to start somewhere and to be sure, I’ll feature more!

Triple J Farm is a family-owned fruit and vegetable enterprise, with farm-raised beef and free range egg production. Located in Georgetown, Kentucky, the Triple J's namesake stems from the three children, now fourth generation: Jeremy, Jared and Jessica. Their mission is to provide nutritious, local harvest, educate the community and build enduring relationships. They cultivate with pride and hope to pass this noble profession on to succeeding generations.

A great source for local beef, eggs, produce & even compost

These resourceful farmers generate a wide variety of vegetables including broccoli, beets, greens, eggplant, potatoes, beans, multiple varieties of tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, onions, corn, melons, strawberries and herbs. Visit them earlier in the growing season for seedlings ready for transplant into your own garden. Jeremy will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.

Gorgeous varieties of tomatoes!

Triple J Farm is the home to over 500 free-range hens, producing beautiful brown and blue eggs daily. The family business ensures their hearty beef are free of hormones, antibiotics and steroids. You can serve this delicious meat to your family and friends with confidence.

All this talk of cooking with plentiful produce making you nervous? Fear not because now...drum roll please... Triple J is offering cooking classes!! Woohoo! You’ll find many different themes such as Home Style, One Pot, Italian, Vegetarian and more. For just $25 per class you receive the fresh meat, vegetables and egg or bread needed to prepare the dinner that is demonstrated, in addition, participants also receive a 5-day meal plan with take home veggies for those meals! This you can’t beat! Join Triple J Farm Meal Prep Facebook group to learn more.

Leslie demonstrates cooking techniques and everyone gets to sample the meal when complete!

Participants receive instructions and vegetables to help create 5 days of meals

A sampling of veggies offered at the meal demonstration classes Did you know that Triple J Farm also sells garden in the can goods such as tomato juice, salsa, marinara, BBQ and hot sauce? And hold the phone, this just in: Triple J bakes seasonally-inspired, bread products and mouthwatering cinnamon rolls!

Homemade selections from homegrown ingredients.

These delicious rolls are among the baked goods offerings. Friendly faces will meet and greet you at Triple J's stalls in the Cheapside and Southland Lexington Farmers Markets. You'll depart with an armload of aromatic garden produce and all the assistance needed for your nutritional creations.

Triple J booth at the Farmers Market

Have you considered Community Supported Agriculture or CSA? This is the perfect means to back your local farmer while assuring newly harvested veggies and eggs to you and your family. Available on a weekly basis, the wonderfully fresh produce opens your kitchen to new and healthy meals! Quite different than the weeks-old grocery offerings, the distinctive color, texture and flavor of garden-fresh produce will amaze and delight.

Take a quiz to determine if you are a good candidate for CSA. The most popular program is a mere $19 a week. And if you need meal ideas, there are endless recipes on the internet right at your finger tips!

Find local Farmers Markets days and locations at the end of my Sunsational Summer Salsa Blog.

Yum! This is the squash casserole I made with the veggies from the cooking demo!

Triple J Farm

2287 Long Lick Road Georgetown KY 40324



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