Soup is, in my humble opinion, a mother’s best friend. Soup warms the spirit as well as the body, and provides hydration as well as food. It can often be a challenge to get young children to drink enough, especially sick ones who need it the most. In our home, we eat soup once . . . → Read More: Love: Soup
Lunch Menu Salads Wheatberry Farm Plate – Heirloom Apples “Cox’s Orange Pippin” (Dummerston VT) local organic mixed salad greens, fresh VT chevre, whole Kalamata olives (with pits) Wheatberry Farm organic thyme, and our house grilled toast points.
Wild Farm Plate – A Wheatberry Farm Plate, plus the special addition of 1 oz wild foraged . . . → Read More: Early Winter Menu
Have we mentioned that we love squash? In our Harvest Brownies, and in our Butternut Squash Soup with Sage Infused Brown Butter. What are customers saying? “Divine” “Reminds me of Chez Panisse” “I took a bowl home for dinner last night, and tonight I’m taking home another!”
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This is the perfect week to plant your Three Sisters (just like we’ll be doing up in Shutesbury!) – winter squash, corn, and beans. These three plants form a beautiful partnership when planted together, and we’re excited to once again grow enough squash to keep us stocked with Butternut Squash Soup . . . → Read More: Seed Sale & Spring Specials
Happy 2012!… We ended last year with a huge gift. The birth of our son Gabriel David Lester, born on Christmas morning….we can’t wait to dive in to all the evolution, innovation and inspiration coming our way this year.With this kind of sweetness at home how could we not be inspired to make . . . → Read More: The Time Has Come…