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

Corn Four Ways From Black Cat Farm

We grow two varieties of sweet corn for the restaurants and the farmers’ market, a variety called Silver Queen that Eric and Jill grew up with in Maryland and Virginia and Bonus, which gives us ridiculously sweet baby corn, and then it also gives us large ears of...

James Beard Dinner + Market Bounty = Weekend Culinary Harvest

It’s a weekend meant for savoring the harvest, don’t you think? With fields across Boulder County now enjoying such abundance, it’s the eye of the bullseye for meals revolving around local, local, local. Sweet corn from the cob, and fresh tomatoes simply sliced. Pico...

Carrots Extolled and Explained — And A Recipe

Beets enjoy a devoted fan club, but some tell beets to beat it. Many people turn to turnips with smiles, but others quickly turn away. Some of us loudly root for rutabagas, but the root vegetable also attracts unruly mobs fixed on giving rutabagas the boot. It’s not...

Onions Thrive in Colorado — and on Black Cat Farm

Did you know that Colorado is the national epicenter for storage onion production in the United States? That the National Onion Association is in Greeley? Most of us within the Black Cat diaspora had no idea, but of course Eric was on top of it — he’s the one who...

Fresh Potatoes Swoon-Worthy — So Is Recipe

Roasted, fried, boiled, baked. Cold, and in a salad. Piping hot, mashed and infused with butter. Shredded. Diced. Pureed. Served whole. Is there anything a cook can’tdo with a potato? Many view them as little more than reliable year-round culinary stalwarts...