Since we started in 2007, we’ve been very, very lucky to get some face time in the press in the following ways:
Edible Austin – Celebrating Central Texas food culture, season by season.
The notorious Nadia G. from Food Network’s comedy cooking show Bitchin’ Kitchen came to visit Countryside Farm!
Travel Channel star Andrew Zimmern brings his TV show Bizarre Foods to visit and nosh out at Countryside Farm too!
Eater.com – questions Andrew on his time in Austin, TX.
Austin.Eater.com – Andrew in Austin
Austin American Statesman – Award winning local news.
Old World Approach To Raising Animals – (video)
The Chronicle – An independent, locally owned and operated alternative news weekly that reflects the heart and soul of Austin, Texas.
Slow Food Austin – Reconnecting people with the food they eat. They offer educational initiatives, social activities, fundraising events, and community volunteer projects that inspire respect for where food comes from and awaken true pleasure in eating.
Yelp: User Reviews and Recommendations in your area.