We break bread with our community! Farm fresh baked goods, pick & pay seasonal produce, jams, jellies, syrups, dried herbs, teas, microgreens, farm tours, bait & tackle, gift baskets, dine in options... you can get it all!
Here are real some real questions that we have been asked before. We figured, you might have the same questions! We have the answers for you! Q1. How do I reserve a table? Do I need to make an reservation? A. If you are coming as a large group (more than 4 people), it's always nice to give us a heads up, so we can prepare a table for your party. You can do so by using the form below. This way, we will know roughly how many people we are expecting that day, and how much to bake. But if you forgot to reserve a table, it's ok. We will make sure to accommodate everybody.
Q2. Do I need to pre-order baked goods? A. Usually on the Farm to Fork Event day, everything sells out quickly, so we highly recommend that you pre-order your bread. For example, I baked 10 extra Corn Bread last Sunday, but it was all gone within the first hour! If you pre order your bread, and other baked goods, your order is safe and secured. We'll bring it out to you when you arrive!
Q3. Can we bring our own beverages? A. At a minimum, we will have Iced tea, and water for you. If we are serving breakfast, we'll have coffee as well. You are more than welcome to bring your own drinks, however, alcohol is prohibited on our property. Yes, every time.
Q4. Is this a restaurant? A. No. This is a farm. We have a license and are registered to operate "Farm to Fork" programs. Our missions is to educate our community about preparing rare vegetables while preparing dishes from cultures around the world. Because we are not a restaurant, "no inspection was conducted by a state or local health department of the farm or the food to be consumed" for each farm to fork event. But don't worry, our staff is trained in food service, and I have completed Food Safety courses to ensure that we are serving safe farm-fresh dishes at each service. Additionally, we have a Cottage Food License, and Producer's Certificate. Recently, a Nevada Department of Agriculture Inspector came and inspected our farm, and while here she mentioned that "we are the one of the cleanest farms in town!" We take your health and safety seriously, and prepare meals for you as part of our family!
Q5. Can I bring my pet? A. Please DO NOT bring your pets to our property. We would like everybody to enjoy their visit. Please be respectful of everyone's relaxation time, and personal space.
Q6. Do I need to tip? A. We work hard for our community at each service! We don't ask for tips, but we appreciate being appreciated!
Q7. Does the menu change frequently? A. Yes. We change the menu at every event. Part of the education portion of the process, and crucial for a one of a kind experience!
Q8. Can I order take out? A. Certainly. Options vary based on the menu available at each service. Currently, dessert options are available as dine-in only. Feel free to order our baked goods for the trip home.
Q9. Can you do something special for someone's birthday or anniversary? A. Absolutely! Let us know! We would love to do something special for your special day!
Q10. Do I need to wear a mask? A. Do what you believe!
Our LAST Farm to Fork Event: July 3rd, 2022 8 am - Till we are done! $10/person
Pre-Order / Reservation Form
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*All payments are collected at the time of pick up or delivery. Cash is preferred. However, we also take Zelle, Cash App, Venmo, and major credit cards (Additional 3% transaction fee may apply.) Orders above $50 will require 50% deposit.
* After we receive your order, we will review your order, and contact you to verify ASAP. (Normally within an hour, during business hours). In order to make sure your order has been received, please contact us at: 702.412.6397 if you don't hear from us WITHIN 24 HOURS OF PLACING YOUR ORDER.
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The National Wildlife Federation (NWF), America's largest wildlife conservation and education organization, is pleased that Kozue Maye at Poof Dirt Farms in Pahrump, NV has successfully created a certified Wildlife Habitat through its garden for "Wildlife" movement.