Farm dinners remain so popular that the summer 2015 season is seeing a reprise of many of last year’s events. Whether you’re planning a night out with your significant other, a friend, or a large group, reserve your seat right away because tickets go fast. The Millstone Farm “Farm to Fork” Series is already sold out and just a handful of tickets remain for Outstanding in the Field dinners at The Hickories and Waldingfield Farm.
Now in its ninth year, Dinners at the Farm announces the return of its open-air, fundraiser dinners at White Gate Farm in East Lyme and Barberry Hill Farm in Madison. Guests will savor six course feasts prepared with organically grown vegetables that’s absolutely fresh and seasonal at the moment––and all cooked and served outside right alongside the fields from which it came.
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.
Haven’t been to a farm dinner yet? Well you can attend a virtual one this weekend on Cooking Channel’s newest food show UNIQUE EATS , airing Sunday at 10:00 p.m. Unique Eats spotlights America’s most exciting and revolutionary food experiences, with … Read more
Jonathan Rapp is Chef/Owner of River Tavern Restaurant in Chester, CT, a celebrated farm-to-chef restaurant featuring local ingredients on an ever-changing menu. He was one of the most interesting speakers at the March 6 CT NOFA conference and his passion … Read more