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by Peachy Page Farm on 11/03/18

Join us on November 17, 2018 for our Fall Edition of Kids in the Kitchen with Jamie Smith

Fall is in the air, holidays are fast approaching, and the kids will soon be out of school for Thanksgiving break. Get them started on preparing tasty treats for the holidays. Incorporating all the fall flavor favorites, kids will experiment with science in the kitchen and return home with fresh baked pumpkin muffins, mini-popcorn balls, fresh baked gingerbread, and no-bake cookies. 

Children ages 6 to 12 years of age are invited to come enjoy Jamie's cooking class at Peachy Page Farm. A copy of all recipes will accompany their delectable treats so more can be made at home for family gatherings. 

Please contact Cindy to reserve your spot. Limited class size, BOOK NOW

Bread Making with Pam Caffee

by Peachy Page Farm on 10/31/18


Experienced or Inexperienced bread baker, we invite you down to the Peachy Page Farm for our bread making class with Pam Caffey! Pam will lead you in basic bread making along with delicious bread recipes to impress your holiday guest! 

The holidays are fast approaching, and you know you want to be ready with those new bread techniques and recipes.

The talented bread making legend Pam Caffey, will take you through the basic steps of bread making with hands on experience and bread making secrets for the ultimate baking success! After mastering the basics Pam will guide you as we make new recipes to show off at those holiday gatherings! Get ready to get your hands messy while having a great time!

We look forward to hosting you on November 10th, from 10-12:30 at Peachy Page Farm. Please contact Cindy to book your seat around the bread basket.

The Roots of Our Orchard

by Peachy Page Farm on 08/03/18




Peachy Page Farm owners, Robert and Cindy Page are Texans to the core. Both are fourth generation Texans, a mere fact they are both very proud of!

Robert and Cindy are parents of two children, Kelly Page Stibbens and Michael Page. Three amazing grandsons: Nathan Stibbens, Caden Page and Jaron Page along with a daughter -in-law, Jennifer Page and son-in-law Bryan Stibbens make their family complete. All of these family members live in the great state of Texas.

Robert and Cindy raised children in Forney, TX and when Michael left for college in 1997 they headed to Scurry where they had been gifted a small piece of land from Robert’s dad, Wiley Page.  It was a cold January morning in 2007 when Robert and Cindy planted their first peach trees – four varieties of 250 free stone peaches. Later that year, blackberries were planted. 

Today Peachy Page Farm features seven varieties of peaches from about 550 trees, 24 plum trees and 2000 ft of blackberries. Along with peaches, plums and blackberries customers can purchase homemade churned ice-cream, jams and seasonal vegetables.  Selling their fruit began from under a canopy beside the house. Today customers can purchase their fruit and other small gift items from inside their newly built country store which was built by Robert and completed in 2018.

Also offered are Dinners In The Orchard in the fall and spring of each year. This fun night consists of appetizers on the porch area and then as the night becomes available the guest move out into the orchard for a four-course dinner and piano music. These are magical nights of laughter, meeting new and old friends, service which is “5” star and food that will satisfy any taste bud! The orchard can also be rented September – May for weddings, family reunions, engagement parties or any gathering.

The main focus is for customers to come to the orchard not only to buy fresh fruit but to see our piece of paradise. The Page’s are very proud of the orchard and love to share it with others. They are lifelong learners and learn something new every season. The orchard is always such a beautiful place, peaceful and gracious in the early morning and late afternoons!

The orchard began as a way to support retirement for the couple. Cindy retired from 45 years in education in January 2018 and Robert has semi-retired from 50 years of selling lumber this month (July 2018).  

This labor intense operation is a dream come true for Robert and Cindy, one they love to share with others. They harvest their own peaches with help from local employees and offer “pick your own” blackberries and plums.

We hope you will enjoy your visit at Peachy Page Farm and walk away feeling the love and devotion that happens each and every day at the orchard!


Art in the Orchard

by Peachy Page Farm on 06/29/18

On July 7th, we would like to invite you to join us in the orchard for 20 Pieces of Peaches.  

20 Pieces of Peaches is a collection of paintings by Greg Doster.  He has made this very special collection of art to tell the story of the Peachy Page Farm.  There are 20 of Greg's original paintings that will be displayed throughout the orchard.
20 Pieces of Peaches by Greg Doster
Greg's muse behind the art he creates is a story  told by the subject at hand.  Greg listens first, then he paints.  Using watercolors, oil, acrylic and photography, Greg is able to capture a tale told, and a moment in time.  Greg explains his art like this, "My work can best be described as creating landscapes with a memory within a story."
We are looking forward to seeing the 20 Pieces of Peaches collection revealed.  Please join us for a wine tasting, by our friends at the Screen Door Cellars, and the unique artwork that will be set up throughout the orchard.  This event will take place at Peachy Page Farm, on July 7th, from 4PM to 8PM.   

Need a perfect night out?

by Peachy Page Farm on 03/26/18

Who couldn't use a night out?  Maybe you want a fun girls night or a romantic date night.  Dinner in the Orchard at Peachy Page Farm is what you have been looking for.

The evening begins up on the patio, surrounded by beautiful flowers and greenery.  You will enjoy mingling and unique appetizers.  Cheese and charcuterie tray with our famous peach with jalapeño jelly bruschetta and raspberry honey mustard pretzel dip are just a few of the delicious morsels that line two tables.  We will uncork your wine, while you enjoy your companions company and get to know the other guests.

Once you have had time to quench your hunger with  appetizers, we will bring you down into the peach orchard to the dining table.  Lovely white flowers adorn the trees around you and the smells of fresh fruit coming into bloom enhance your dinning experience.

Soup and salad are next on the menu.  This is where you start to really bring your taste-buds to life.  We might serve a roasted carrot salad with avocado and citrus vinaigrette, our secret family recipe for corn chowder.  You will have to come and find out what the chief has brought to dazzle you for the evening.

The main course, what we have all been waiting for right?  Our chief combines the flavors of the orchard with perfectly aged meat.  Fresh vegetables and a baked potato full your plate by a peach glazed pork loin.  You might prefer salmon with a decedent sauce?  We aim to please, so let us know what you would most enjoy.

The meal will conclude with a homemade dessert, maybe peach cobbler fresh from the oven and a scoop of our very own homemade vanilla ice cream.  Coffee and tea will be served.  You can relax and laugh with friends around the fire to finish out the evening.

Your hosts, Cindy and Robert, are looking forward to serving you dinner in the orchard at Peachy Page Farm.  Check the calendar or our facebook page for the dates of our next dinner. 

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