This home recipe is a Sunday family favorite, what we call ”bruschelone," the family name for "Braciole", a Italian version of stuffed rolled beef. At our house, of course I use a Wagyu flank steak (available at the Emporium in Roanoke) and with all of its incredible marbling, it cooks up beautifully.
Chef Adam prepares a Wagyu ribeye in the Joseph Decuis kitchen while we watch. Wow. https://youtu.be/Orfk94BJObA
This historic home, nestled in the Indiana countryside, was built in 1884. It serves Joseph Decuis as our Farmstead Inn bed & breakfast. Take a look inside the home and book your reservation today!
An old time classic, this simple traditional meal has been “butchered” over the years missing the beautiful honest simplicity of an old-time staple.
If you've ever wondered how our fine dining establishment ended up in Roanoke, IN, here's your answer. Read about how our desire to grow something big (literally) created the farm to fork experience that is Joseph Decuis.
How fresh can shrimp be that's shipped in from Asia or South America? What kind of trace ability is possible for these crustaceans? What standards and conditions are they raised under? The majority of shrimp we import is now "farm raised" but as consumers we have no idea under what conditions. How do we as consumers exercise due diligence when we care about the quality of our shrimp. The answer? Buy local!
There is a sense of magic out on the farm during our dinners and events. Our Farm to Fork dinner earlier this month was one of those magical events - check out the menu and photos, and see some exciting upcoming events!
We are going bananas over our banana cream pie and we hope you do too.
The Joseph Decuis Farm is hosting an Ashtanga Yoga series led by Fort Wayne Ashtanga practitioner, Eliza Miron. Sign up and experience the ultimate zen as you practice the art of Ashtanga yoga in the tranquil atmosphere of the Indiana countryside.
Recently, we had the honor of hosting the Indiana Forum dinner at the Farm. Amazing! Over 30 representatives from Washington D.C. plus foreign dignitaries traveled to Fort Wayne, Indiana to participate, spearheaded by Senator Dan Coats' office in a non partisan exploration of Indiana.