A memorable meal begins on the farm.

From our 500 acres of organic fields and pastures

to our warm, lively bistro

We invite you to share the magic of

Black Cat Farm~Table~Bistro

Summer Squash Blossoms Are Here — With Recipe

The triple-digit heat that struck this week taxes the acres upon acres (more than 40 of them) that we cultivate for vegetables, and we irrigate like mad to keep them healthy and happy. At the same time, the heat also speeds-up the ripening of treasured plants like...

Rain, Rain Come Again

The fires dotting the state, including the Lake Christine Fire that continues to threaten the great town of Basalt in the Roaring Fork Valley, make our hearts ache. This is one parched, sun-blasted summer, and the forecast calls for more of the same. The weather, of...

Concrete Slab Plucks at Heart Strings

We fill bins with brilliant-yellow mustard flowers that perch beside bins showcasing purple-hued heads of lettuce, tangles of serrated mizuna leaves, piles of white-blossomed fava bean tops. We spend atmospheric days amongst pigs and piglets — recently, we watched 11...

Happy Pigs, Artichokes in Cocktails

As you probably know by now, we are kind of pig-crazy here at Black Cat Farm. They take care of us in so many ways — and we take care of them, too.  June, which begins today (yay!), always marks the beginning of a parade of months during which our Mulefoots spend...

Big Week on Black Cat Farm — Sheep Shearing

Another week at the farm, another parade of activity. Even during the heart of summer, when the weeks seem to blend into one another with their similarity — 87 degrees, sunny, if we are lucky several afternoon thunderstorms — they in fact are quite different. New...