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Bidding Winter Farewell with an Open Hearth Meal

A big thank you to the Dover Historical Society for hosting an open hearth cooking demonstration at the historic Tabor-Wing House on March 23rd. It was a blustery, rainy welcome to spring. Cooking food from the farm over open fire was the perfect way to bid winter farewell, as we look towards the new crops emerging and the exciting season ahead.

Our menu was carefully crafted around seasonal offerings from our farm, featuring fermented carrots with a parsley yogurt sauce, mashed potatoes with whipped herbed butter, kale and kale-raab simmered with pork hocks and smoked ham, alongside a delightful greenhouse salad with garlic and lemon vinaigrette. To conclude the meal, we served fire-cooked Johnny Cakes accompanied by local Soukup's Maple Syrup and freshly whipped cream. It's always a pleasure to utilize traditional methods in meal preparation and share the abundance of our farm with the community.

Stay tuned for information about the next Open Hearth Cooking demonstration hosted by the Dover Historical Society!


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