Location: Fresno and Tulare Counties, CA
Twin Girls Farm is set on 518 acres on 14 plots of land in Fresno and Tulare Counties. The farm is owned and operated by Ignacio (Nacho) and Casamira Sanchez. The name of the farm was inspired by the 1991 birth of Nacho and Casamira's twin daughters.
Twin Girls Farms grows apricots, cherries, feijoas, grapefruit, grapes, guavas, jujubes, kiwi, lemons, nectarines, oranges, peaches, persimmons, plums, pluots, pomegranates, and pomelos.
Impress your family and guests this holiday season with freshly baked scones for breakfast! Studded with Fuyu persimmons available into early December from Twin Girls Farm and K&J Orchards, these delicious scones are sure to please. It can be notoriously difficult to incorporate fresh fruit into scones without the fruit streaking and turning to mush. That’s why you most often see scones with dried fruit. But nothing beats fresh, seasonal fruit in baked goods. This recipe from America’s Test Kitchen has great … →
This gorgeous and tasty upside down cake is perfect for showcasing fresh, seasonal fruit. Forget any preconceived notions about upside down cakes – they don’t have to be made with canned pineapple and maraschino cherries. This recipe is topped with delicious Yali pears from K&J Orchards and organic pomegranate from Twin Girls Farm. By decorating with fruit, you can serve a beautiful cake without requiring a lot of frosting or fancy decorating techniques. Don’t forget to also pick up eggs … →
We’re fully into the autumn season, with fall flavors abundant at the market. Persimmons - both the Hachiya and Fuyu varieties - are a fun fall fruit available now at Twin Girls Farm. Hachiya persimmons are best used for baking or preserving. When they aren’t fully ripe they have an unpleasant, tannic flavor. Set them out on the counter to ripen. You’ll know they’re ripe when they feel like a water balloon filled with soft, squishy flesh. Fuyu persimmons are the opposite … →
When you visit the market, it’s hard to miss the crowd of customers tasting and buying a delicious variety of plums, pluots, and other stone fruit from Twin Girls Farm. Now’s a great time to get your plum fix while they are still in season through next month. Enjoy them now, or you’ll have to wait for their return next year in late spring! Plums work beautifully in a rustic tart, also known en Francais as a galette. Flaky tart dough … →