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WELCOME TO RUSHY SPRINGS FARM!

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New to chiles?  Here’s some news…they’re not all hot!  Have a look around the site and see what makes your mouth water.  Healthful, delicious, and versatile products are our specialty.

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  1. mary sewitsky says:

    Do you allow people to check out your farm? We live in Jeff County and would love to see your farm. We garden on a very small scale. Thanks

    • Mary Sewitsky says:

      thank you so much Jim for the wonderful tour. We will be back to buy some things. Sorry we had to leave in such a hurry. Everyone is ok. Thanks again. We really enjoyed all that you showed us and told us.
      Mary

  2. Michelle Haun says:

    I just bought some of the “Tennessee Cherry Chile” powder from Jim’s stand at the “Spring Thyme in the Garden” event at the Rose Center in Morristown. I put it on the shrimp dish I made tonight for dinner, and it’s hot like I love. And it’s very flavorful and delicious! Jim was really nice & informative too. I just recommended you to everyone on Facebook. Thank you!!

  3. I bought a bottle of Aji Tennessee sauce at Spring Thyme in the Garden and here we are 2 days later and half the bottle is already gone! My husband is the hot sauce lover but I have to admit this was awesome in stir-fry and pasta salad. I can’t wait to try more. So glad we finally found you.

  4. George & Moon Irion says:

    Hey Jim – great meeting you at the market – too many choices, but that just means a lot still to discover – we are off to Panama but will be back in time for kimchi : ) – Best!

  5. Garrett Beeson says:

    Is there anyway I can purchase some of your Tennessee kimchi?

    • You can send me a check to: Jim Smith
      Rushy Springs Farm
      230 S Rushy Springs Rd
      Talbott, TN 37877 …or pay through Paypal to: rushyspringsfarm@gmail.com

      Price is $11.00 for 5oz bottle. I can ship two bottles for $6.00. Three to six bottles ship for $13.00.

      I presume you live out of convenient range of the Knoxville Market Square Farmers’ Market. But if that is a possibility, I will be there 9-2 the next two Saturdays and 10-2 from the second Sat after Thanksgiving til Sat. before Christmas.

      Thanks for your interest. Jim

  6. Jeremy says:

    I am looking to start a hot sauce company and would like a new and unique pepper to use. I found you and your farm through Google and would like to inquire about your Tennessee Cherry Chile. Are you able to sell and ship to Colorado?

  7. Jason Strobel says:

    Thank you jim for the tour of your farm. Blaine and I had a great time yesterday. You really do have a gem of a farm. Your sauces are the best around. Looking forward to having some of them available at balter brewery once we open. Thanks again looking forward to seeing you at the market. .

  8. Thanks with regard to delivering many of these terrific details.

  9. Bobby Allmon says:

    I was interested in buying seed to plant for the upcoming season. Please let me know if I can purchase seeds so that I can get a head start indoors so plants will be mature come this summer. I would also be interested in visiting your farm if you allow guests. I would love to learn more about peppers and how to grow them better. Thank you for your time!

    • I do have seed that I can sell you. The bad news is that to get a head start on the season you need to germinate your seed in Jan or Feb. If I had the facilities and time to do so I would even plant seed in August for the following year. I do overwinter as many plants as I am able and have some that are seven years old.

      You are welcome to visit my farm. In fact I am in great need of help and if that is of interest to you, I have a limited number of extra plants that I can trade for your labor. If you would like to contact me by phone the no. is 865 674-7004. Best time to reach me is before 9AM or after dark. Hope to hear from you soon.

      Later, Jim

  10. Colin Pearson says:

    Just bought a bottle of Tennessee Cherry and Six Yellows from your Etsy shop… I left a review of the Cherry after only a taste off my finger, I couldn’t even wait to try it on actual food. I make my own fermented chile sauce from cayenne that I grow and have a 12-step-program-worthy addiction to hot sauce in general and this is one of the best ones I’ve had. For the type of sauce that it is, it’s simply perfect, thank you.

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