We are in the process of setting up curbside for our Wednesday Roadside stand!
Please bare with us as we get this up and going. If you would like to order some vegetables
or any of our canned goods for pickup, email!

Produce Box Sign Up

Fill out the boxes below to be put on our list for boxes. We will contact you back as soon as possible.

Deadlines for current customers ordering for the week are:
Bandera Drop – Wednesday morning
Bandera Delivery – Wednesday morning
Hondo Drop – Wednesday morning
Castroville Drop – Wednesday morning
Boerne Drop – Friday morning



Contact Us:

The Betsy Blue Farm
Michelle Steubing
6312 FM 471 N
San Antonio, TX78253
(512) 585-9547 – call or text

Produce Box Locations

The following are pickup locations and times.
We will be adding locations as we progress.

Monday-Tuesday: none at this time


Castroville, TX
Outside Fitwell – 842 FM 471
5pm to 7pm


San Antonio, TX
The Betsy Blue Farm Produce Farm – 6312 FM 471N
3pm to 7pm during roadside stand hours (off season, will leave by gate)


Bandera, TX
Bandera Farmer’s Market – Gringo’s Burritos – 702 Main St.
8am to 11pm

Bandera, TX
free deliveries available as long as your business or home is in Bandera’s 10 mile radius
12pm and 2pm

Hondo, TX
Inside Silver Creek Meat and Gear, 309 US HW 90
2pm to 7pm


Boerne, TX
The Farmer’s Market at the Cibolo – 33 Herff Rd.
9am to 1pm

Produce Box Information

Buy a box when you want. Each box is Farmer’s pick on what is in season. Weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, on a schedule, or randomly! No extra costs or fees. Try one out today – we guarantee you will love it.


Half box
$20 – 6 items

Will feed an individual for 1 week

1 Head romaine
1 Head Butter lettuce
3-4 small squash
1 bunch beets
1 bunch carrots
3-4 tomatoes

Half Box pictured below:

Full Box
$30 – 8-10 items

Will feed 3-4 people or a couple every other week

1 Lettuce head – Romaine
1 lettuce head – Bibb
1 lettuce head – Red Butter
1/2 lb. Catskill Brussels sprouts
1 bundle Red Russian kale
1 bundle Dinosaur kale
1/2 lb. Bloomsdale spinach
1/2 lb. Beefsteak tomatoes
1 small head of Red Express cabbage
1 large head of Round Dutch cabbage
1 dozen eggs* – add-on item for $4

Full box pictured below:

produce box contents

Crockpot BBQ Beans and Pulled Pork Sandwiches

This is a crockpot meal – excellent for those cold wintery days. In Texas, our coldest down here is maybe in the 20s. Last night it got down to 50 – and has been in the 70s during the day – in November! Overall, the Fall has been wet/warm. Predicting a wet Winter.

Anyways – my biological clock must have pre-prepped for this cold snap because I was in a mood for some good hearty mock “baked beans” and pulled pork sandwiches. I always just “wing” meals – so there isn’t a vey specific recipe – but it came out excellent!



  • 1.5 lbs Pork meat (boneless)
  • 1 – 18oz Sweet Baby Ray’s Hickory and Brown Sugar BBQ Sauce
  • 1.5 cups beef broth
  • 2 cups water
  • Red beans (uncooked)
  • Green onion (we used 4 immature red onions from the garden- greens and all)


  1. In a crockpot, put a pork piece in the bottom. Add 3/4 to the whole container of sauce on top of the meat (depending on taste).
  2. Slice onions and add in (use as many as you want for taste). Add beef broth and water. Add as many red beans as you like – but make sure to leave enough liquid space for their expansion once cooked.
  3. Set to high and cook until beans are tender and pork comes apart easily. Check on water levels and add water if necessary; 6-8 hours cook time. Once to the tenderness of your liking, take out pork and pull apart. Make into sandwiches with mayo and pour sauce from the pot onto the sandwich. Eat beans as the side dish. OR – eat together for a mock “baked beans and pork”!

November 20, 2017

Sweet and Sour Pork Stir Fry

Made this homemade adapted recipe from mostly Farmer’s Market ingredients (and some of our garden ingredients) served over a bed of white rice! Very adaptable to whatever veggie/meat/broth combo that is in season at your local farmer’s market. 

Main dish:

Slices of pork

1 cup kale, chopped

1 cup zucchini, chopped

1 cup bell pepper, sliced

3/4 cup carrot, chopped

1/4 cup onion, chopped


2 tbsp soy sauce

2 tbsp ketchup 

1 tbsp red wine vinegar

1 tbsp brown sugar

2/3 cup beef broth

1 1/2 tbsp cornstarch 
1. Heat wok on medium high with a little bit of oil and sauté pork until browned (doesn’t have to be fully cooked). Take out and set aside. 

2. Heat wok again on medium high heat with oil and sauté veggies 10 minutes. Meanwhile, mix together sauce in a different bowl. 

3. Add back pork and mix. Make a well in the middle of the pork/veg mixture and pour in the sauce. Do not mix. 

4. Cook untouched until sauce starts to thicken, then mix all together. Cook till veggies are tender. Serve over bed of white rice. 

Makes two servings. 

Current Harvest Schedule

Produce we have for sale at the moment:

  • Carrots
  • Green onion
  • Cilantro
  • Dill
  • Red Lettuce
  • Green Lettuce
  • Yellow and White Turnips
  • Kale
  • Romaine
  • Mustard Greens

Here is what we have planted and on the way:

  • Detroit Red Beets
  • Spinach
  • Bib Lettuce
  • Easter Egg Radishes
  • Cherry Bell Radishes
  • Savoy Cabbage
  • Red Cabbage (sparse – most froze in Dec)
  • Green Cabbage (sparse – most froze in Dec)
  • Daikon Radish
  • Broccoli
  • Tomato starts (plants for sale and plants for garden)
  • Pepper starts (plants for sale and plants for garden)
  • Herb plants (plants for sale)
  • Eggplant starts (plants for sale and plants for garden)

Planting in January/February 2021:

  • Cabbage
  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower
  • English Breakfast Radish
  • Sugar Snap Peas
  • Mammoth Peas
  • Red Zeppo Beet
  • Chiggoa Beet
  • Golden Beet
  • Romaine
  • Red Lettuce
  • Bib Lettuce (Newham)
  • Endive
  • Arugula
  • Italian broccoli
  • Broccoli raab
  • Chickory
  • Radicchio
  • Lettuce (Sangria)
  • Lettuce (Caretaker)
  • Lettuce (Stanford)
  • White/yellow turnips
  • Swiss Chard
  • Potatoes – Red, Yellow, White, and Blue varieties (ordered 1/14 – mid Feb plant)

Updated January 14, 2021 – Michelle

Lemon Blueberry Raspberry Bread

This bread is so moist and is a favorite at the farmer’s market. We always sell out of this bread. All of the flavors make you want to have more than one slice! 

It is super easy to make and fast – that’s why they call them “quick breads”. 


  • 2 eggs (farm fresh eggs make the bread yellower than store bought eggs)
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1.5 tsp vanilla
  • 3 tbsp lemon juice
  • 1 tbsp grated lemon zest
  • 5 tbsp melted butter
  • 1.5 cups flour (plus extra to coat berries)
  • 1.5 tsp baking powder
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 2 tbsp vinegar
  • 1/2 cup blueberries*
  • 1/2 cup raspberries*

* you can add a little more to make it moist, but not too much to where the loaf won’t form. 

How to make:

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine eggs, sugar, vanilla, lemon juice, lemon zest, and melted butter in a mixer with a paddle attachment until combined. (You can also make it without one) Turn off mixer.   
  2. In another bowl, sift together flour, baking powder, and salt. Set aside.  
  3. In a liquid measuring cup, measure out milk and then put in the vinegar – let sit until it has a lumpy consistency.    
    Before Vinegar
    After Vinegar
  4. Turn back on mixer and alternate pouring in flour mixture and milk mixture until combined. Turn off mixer.     
  5. In the old flour bowl, put berries together and add flour to coat. Take bowl off mixer and mix in berries by hand.       
  6. Pour into a greased loaf pan. Bake 45-50 minutes or until it doesn’t jiggle when moved and toothpick comes out clean. The top will also become a light brown color.  
  7. Let cool on baking rack for 15 minutes in the pan and then take out of pan and cool for another 15 minutes or until it is cool enough to cut without it falling apart. Makes one yummy loaf.       

Lemon French Toast

Lemon French toast is a breakfast favorite around here – it is light and fluffy and so flavorful that your mouth just can’t get enough! Here is my recipe from our table to yours!


  • Any slices of bread: use any bread you please! Try out new things – pictured is our homemade buckwheat wheat white bread that didn’t rise – we usually use a cinnamon raisin for this that we buy from Beyond Bread Bakery from the local farmer’s market in Bandera, TX. 
  • 2 eggs – fresh are best!
  • 1/4 cup milk – fresh raw organic is best!
  • 1 lemon – zested and juiced
  • Cinnamon sugar***
  • 1 tbsp butter
  • Powdered sugar (can exclude)


  1. Heat a skillet on medium heat and add 1 tbsp butter to the pan. Heat until butter is melted. While melting, mix eggs, milk, lemon zest, and lemon juice into a bowl. 
  2. Once butter is melted and starting to turn brown, dip a slice of bread into bowl mixture on both sides and place into pan. Cook to desired doneness. Flip to other side and top with cinnamon sugar.   
  3. Flip onto opposite side onto a plate and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar. Top with desired amount of butter. Continue to repeat process until done with the amount of pieces of bread of your choosing. If running out of egg mixture, make more. If having leftover egg mixture, add salt and pepper and make scrambled eggs!
  4. Once all finished, plate and sprinkle powdered sugar through a sieve onto your French toast.    dd on toppings of choice including berries or syrup. Best served with bacon or sausage and a cold glass of milk!  Yum!

What is a loofah?

Whenever we take the plants or the foreign objects to the market, people always ask “What is it???” 

Well it is a loofah plant that produces loofahs. “What is a loofah” you ask? Well you know those sponge looking things you use in the shower to scrub off dead skin? That’s a loofah! AND they grow on a plant! 

The plant is a vining plant – loves the heat – and has properties like a gourd. There are beautiful yellow flowers and long gourd type things that come down that look like cucumbers. 

They water like squash, but are pretty hardy to hot weather. They don’t require too much water. 

Once they dry on the vine, they turn out to be a shell. 

Then you peel off the shell through the membranes and underneith is the loofah. 

Shake it to one end and the seeds are in the inside!

You then have seeds for next year and a scrubby loofah for the shower! You can do all sorts of arts/crafts with it including putting soap in the middle. 

 And that ladies and gentlemen is what a loofah is!