Pork, Sausages, Eggs, Turkey and Lamb
We now offer PRE-ORDERS for pickup and delivery to help flatten the curve.
I developed this sausage for my father right before he passed away. He requested a sausage that reminded him of the ones we could get before we moved to the US. I started on a journey that taught me more about British culinary culture than I could've imagined! The sausage I developed all those years ago is similar to the recipes from the south-central part of the country around London. I hope you enjoy them as much as my Dad did.
This has been our go-to meatball recipe for years. (FYI: contains breadcrumbs, milk, eggs and dairy). Containing a mix of ground beef from our jersey steers and pork from our heritage breeds of hogs, these meatballs go with a variety of sauces from a tomato based to alfredo even a Swedish cream sauce.
This handmade sausage is one of the first sausages I ever made, I've probably made hundreds of pounds over the years! It's a perfect sausage for any type of pasta (my favorite way to serve it) or meatballs. It's uncased making it easy to spice up with a tsp of red pepper flakes if you prefer the heat.
A wonderful sausage to grill, flavorful and all round delicious. There really isn't a limit to what you can do with this bratwurst. I frequently make a cream sauce and serve it with pasta, grill it then put it on a bun with onions and green peppers, I've even chopped it into bite sized pieces and served it a events. There is nothing this sausage doesn't go with.
Ale and Cheese
I LOVE this sausage! It has 3 of my favorite things, brown ale, Gouda, and pork. It has caused me a lot of stress trying to find the perfect way to incorporate the cheese, but I think I finally have it figured out. There are so many ways to serve this sausage. It's great with pasta and a cream sauce, on a bun with onions and green peppers, uncased and added to a pasta dish, served with mash potatoes and baked beans or as part of a salad. No matter how you decide to cook it you’ll see why I love this sausage!
This versatile sausage is made with Durham's own, The Spicy Hermit Kimchi. You can brown it up and add to rice or eggs, wrap it in a tortilla, serve it with pasta and a cream sauce (sounds a little crazy but it is wonderful. There is a recipe on our website) or even make bite sized meatballs for an unusual appetizer. We like to add extra Spicy Hermit Kimchi when serving.
Packed with spices our Mexican style of chorizo is full of flavor with just enough heat to be enjoyable without being painful. I love to add it to scrambled eggs but I have been known to add it to a frittata, used it in tacos, made bite sized meatballs for appetizers and topped pizza with it. The possibilities are endless!
A wonderful sausage for any time of day. The marjoram and summer savory gives this sausage a wonderfully light flavor. My favorite way to serve it with some bacon, eggs, and English muffins or biscuits.
As with all our animals, our pigs are on pasture 100% of the time. We feed a locally milled feed optimized for the health of the animal heavily supplemented with seconds from area organic vegetable farms. Our heritage mixed breed pigs are rotated frequently so they have fresh forages, roots to dig up and bugs to eat. Most importantly, they have the opportunity to run around and generally behave like pigs.
Because we raise our pigs outside you’ll taste the difference compared to conventionally raised pork. Ours is sweeter, more flavorful and you’ll have the additional peace of mind that comes from knowing they had a great life.
We have 3 bags available, the Perfect pig, The Farmstead Sausage Box and Customer's Choice.
The Perfect Pig
Whether you’re feeding a family or a couple this box is great to have on hand when you’re having one of those ‘What’s for dinner’ moments. It’s got a little bit of everything. You’ll get loin chops, roasts, bacon and our unique sausages.
I don’t know if you you’ve heard but we have some pretty cute insulated totes. We’ll let you fill the bag with whatever cut of meat strikes your fancy so long as the zipper can close properly.
The sausage of the month club
how would you like to be part of the farmstead sausage making creative process? Each month you'll be the first to try new recipes before they become available for sale at our markets. we already have 2 recipes in the development phase, a green chorizo (made with tomatillos) and the Carolina sweet and hot (made with sweet potatoes).
some of the recipes on the horizon include a cheddar and beer brat, a balsamic vinegar and cream and a Scandinavian style potato sausage. It's going to be an exciting year!
Each month you'll get 1lb of sausage to try and give your opinion on.
Pasture Raised Eggs
Our colorful Animal Welfare Approved Eggs come from our completely free-range chickens. They're in the same pastures as our sheep, cows and horses scratching through manure making sure every bit of this fertilizer is utilized. In the summer they help keep our fly population down by eating larvae. They also eat lots of insects and grass making their yolks beyond compare. Better tasting and better for you. Plus did you hear? Our girls are Animal Welfare Approved!
AWA Grass-fed Lamb
When envisioning Bull City Farm, in addition to chickens and cows, Scott wanted sheep while Samantha was set on goats. 20 years and numerous naughty goats later Bull City Farm has only one very well behaved goat and around 60 sheep showing that we can all learn from our mistakes.
Bull City Farm's flock is made up of St Croixs and Katahdins. Both are types of hair sheep making them well suited to our hot and humid summers.
Pasture Raised Turkey
Our Bronze Breasted Turkeys have lived their entire lives outside on pasture, eating June bugs and Japanese beetles along with anything else they could catch (including at least one toad!). They have run, jumped and frolicked with plenty of space to roam around.
All our birds will be processed before thanksgiving at Dependable Poultry in Hurdle Mills, packaged for the freezer then kept at about -20 F. Ordering before November assures a 15% discount ($8.5/lb), starting in November the full price of $10/lb will go into effect.
Pick up will occur on Saturday Nov. 17th and Tuesday Nov. 20th at the South Durham Farmers’ Market in Greenwood Commons and on the farm Sunday Nov. 18th. We have the capacity to thaw birds out if necessary.
Make sure to leave an up to date email with this purchase so you can be contacted about the weights of the birds and arrange pick up. In the past they have ranged from 12lbs to 25lbs with the average weight at 18lbs.