Our last farm dinner of the year is coming up! This coming Wednesday, October 26th, we’ll be serving the best of our fall produce from the farm and building a menu around goat from Heritage Foods. (You can read more about Heritage’s interesting work with goat dairies here
If you’ve never seen goat anywhere other than stewed in a curry, you’ll be surprised at some of the things we have in store: mocetta, a dry-cured goat ham. Goat sausage. Thin-sliced roasted hams tossed with some beans and new potatoes from our farm. Shanks and necks, braised and pulled for a sauce. Belly cured in the style of bacon.
And even though it’s starting to cool off–even dipping into frost at nights–there’s still lots going on at the farm: tomatoes are still ripening in the greenhouse, fall and winter squashes curing in the barn. Frost-hardy greens are getting a start in seed flats for a long winter in high tunnels to keep us eating fresh and local produce right through January.
Call us at 718-302-5151 any day before 6:00 and reserve a table for next week’s dinner. We’ll have one seating at 8:00, and it will include 4 courses and dessert, along with Brooklyn Brewery beers. The cost of the dinner is $65.