25 July 2017 - by Vera Simon-Nobes
Nothing says love like the freshest food and a beautiful landscape. This August, bring your sweetheart on a rural adventure to a farm where producers and chefs come together to create outstanding meals. There's still time to book your dinners during Vermont Open Farm Week!
Family style Chef dinner and farm hayride tour. Every dinner is uniquely delicious
Join farmers Sara, James, and Ruby from Trillium Hill Farm on Wednesday, August 16 from 5-9 for an evening of wood-fired pizza, music, drinks, and farm tours. This casual dinner is rain or shine. Trillium Hill Farm is a diverse beef and vegetable farm located in the heart of Hinesburg village
Enjoy lawn games, a local fiddler, and a chance to view the farm's chick brooding facilities. Fried chicken will be sold by the bucket or the plate, and locally made Sisters of Anarchy ice cream will be available to purchase, too!
Savory gluten free galette dinner and crêpe dessert, served in the middle of the garden
Enjoy the views from our hill-top and a multi-course dinner showcasing the abundance of our own farm raised meats, veggies, fruits, and dairy
It's breakfast for dinner! Join Silloway Maple sugarmakers for a pancake supper in their Randolph, Vermont sugarhouse. Enjoy watermelon, pancakes, sausage, and their award-winning maple syrup from their wood-fired evaporator
Come out to the farm and check out the latest, freshest produce, fresh eggs and other local goodies like mushrooms, local cheese, medicinal herb products and fresh artisan bread baked right on the farm!
Green Mountain Girls Farm meats, fruit, herbs and veggies together with contributions from others in the Floating Bridge Food and Farms Cooperative will be prepared and served by Chef Lee Duberman and Richard Fink who will host the dinner in their backyard, overlooking Sunset Lake in Brookfield, a quintessential Vermont village
Join head cidermaker Jeren Stoneman at our brand new tasting room for a guided cider tasting
Choose honey to taste from our worldwide collection and compare to our wild flower honey. There will also be a brief tour of the maple sugar set-up and honey extraction process (not actively doing these). A woods walk to bee hive location option as well
Join us for a group poetry reading as we tour the gardens and pastures of Crossmolina Farm. Bring your favorite farm-themed poem - either your own or someone else's - we will tour the farm finding beautiful and appropriate places to share the poems and ponder the beauty of an August evening on a local farm
Enjoy the farm,and depending on good weather, bring a picnic and blanket, a book or crossword puzzle, and of course your camera! Take in the sweeping mountain and valley views while learning how Janet and Ray respectfully provide customers with healthy, locally and humanely raised meat. Beef will be available to sample and purchase