We’re In Niche Magazine!Read more
The Steel Fork is featured in Niche Magazine. We’re thrilled! Thank you!
Happy New Year!Read more
Happy New Year to all our dear friends and customers! We are excited. We had a lovely “at home” vacation over the holidays. It was restful and invigorating. Our minds were free to imagine the possibilities of the coming year. There are many. We’re looking forward to growing The Steel Fork; more beautiful creations and more stories from the farm.
Happy Holidays- We can ship Ground until…Read more
We’re very merry, merry up here on the hill. The big brown truck comes every day. We thought we would give you a general idea of how long you can ship ground . We can also ship overnight. Please do let us know if you have any special requests. We drop ship
It is a wonderful time of year to remind ourselves of the glorious word…. Slow. It is so easy to forget, I know. We are particularly fond of the idea of “Slow Food.” This term was coined by the Slow Food organization… Here is how they describe themselves… Slow Food is an eco-gastronomic member-supported organization that was founded in 1989
Gatski Metal’s Top 4 Thank YousRead more
It has been a raucous year. The economic forecast vapors even drift up here. We’re very Thankful that Thanksgiving is here. Thank you for… 1. Doing an allstar job bringing Gatski Metal to their customers The Fanny Garver Gallery (Madison, WI), HumanArts (Ojai, CA), Ataz (Edina, MN), Home & Planet (Bethlehem, PA), Whyevernot (Mystic, Ct), Heron Gallery (Kent, CT) 2.
NonPareil FeatureRead more
I do love a Nonpareil. For me, it’s just the right mix. Just like it’s namesake in the blog world… Nonpareil brings us just the right mix of handmade style. It is very inspiring and also very approachable. A very inviting combination. The Steel Fork is featured on Nonpareil.. click here to check it out.
The Pigs Are OutRead more
We raise Berkshire pigs, they are considered a Heritage breed. According to Local Harvest, Berkshires are, “a first class black pig with excellent lean meat.” Just yesterday we finished our paddock fencing in the woods. They will now enjoy rooting up stumps looking for grubs, acorns and other nuts. They were having a Sunday morning snooze in the straw when
Terroir What?Read more
As you may know Ben quit college and started an organic dairy business. After 5 years, he sold his cows and we started Gatski Metal. He kept one cow, Rene. He has milked her and her progeny ever since . The milk is good. It changes; a reflection of what the cows are eating. There seems to be
Handmade In PARead more
I am a proud contributor to Handmade In PA. Its a nice little gem tucked away in the land of handmade blogs. I enjoy my weekly challenge of finding an artist or craftsperson using recycled, upcycled, found object, repurposed materials in their work. The creator/ editor of Handmade in PA Tara Gentile was a terrific consult to us as we
Local HarvestRead more
Living on the upper reaches of the family farm, with a .5 mile long driveway gives one a good sense of place. The hills and fields roll along in all directions; there are a few glimpses of a hunting cabin, power lines and cell towers. Its not as remote as it sounds, but it does give one a good strong