Farm dinners are all the rage, and with good reason. They provide guests with a unique opportunity to feast on multi-course meals right at the source, outdoors, with a community of likeminded people. Many dinners include a farm tour led by the farmer, a great way to learn the story of the family growing your food that evening. Grab a few friends and set a date to spend a magical evening together at a local farm. Tickets go fast so please reserve your seats early.
Teacher assignments, open houses, orientations, school supply lists – it’s all suddenly upon us. So are the last crops we’ll harvest before putting our gardens to bed for the winter. Make the most of the last fleeting weeks of summer by doing a few special, and memorable, green food activities before summer’s end. Here’s to building our fortitude to make it through another New England winter.
On May 24, Wholesome Wave, a national non-profit dedicated to making healthy local food accessible to everyone, is celebrating its New England roots and love of local food with some of Connecticut’s most celebrated culinary artists at Clarke’s culinary showroom in South Norwalk at this year’s Whole Hog event!
By Analiese Paik Expanding on their beautiful use of local food, Schoolhouse at Cannondale puts local, seasonal produce at center stage with the creation of a four-course, prix fixe, vegetarian tasting menu. For three nights only in February, vegetarians and … Read more
Tweet Don’t let the cold weather deceive you, there’s plenty of local food to be had in Connecticut, even in the dead of winter. Three farms that grow during all four seasons with the help of hoop houses and greenhouses … Read more