Posts tagged ‘Eagle Wood Farm’

Dark Days Challenge #9-1

Saturday brunch post farmers market:

Beef Keilbasa from Eagle Wood Farms in Barkhamstead, CT.

Scrambled eggs from The Farmer’s Cow seasoned with thyme and oregano from my herb garden.

Melted Bridgid’s Abbey cheese from Cato Corner in Colchester, CT.

A sprout salad I made with my own garbanzo bean, lentil, and pea sprouts chopped up with some garlic and lemon juice.

Topped with fresh homegrown radish and alfalfa sprouts.

All on toasted homemade bread – we’re “borrowing” my mother in laws bread maker since she doesn’t use it and have been experimenting with different breads. Last week was cinnamon raisin and this week whole wheat. The flour I got at Whole Foods and although organic, it is not local. BUT, after reading about a few local grain producers on the Late Bloomers Farm blog I will try to find some flour from one of our more local growers next time!

January 16, 2010 at 3:07 pm Leave a comment

Fairfield Winter Farmers Market

This afternoon my husband and I went to the Fairfield Winter Farmers Market for the first time. There were a lot more vendors there than I thought. Baked goods and cheeses and vegetables, oh my. I managed to collect a few things to make some nice local meals this week.

Here’s what we got:

Potatoes and parsnips from Riverbank Farm in Roxbury, CT

Garlic from Starlight Gardens in Durham, CT

Beef kielbasa from Eagle Wood Farms in Barkhamstead, CT

Bread from Wave Hill in Wilton, CT

Fresh Cherve from Beltane Farm in Lebanon, CT

The farmers market is open throughout the winter until mid-April. It takes place Saturdays from 10a-2p indoors at the Fairfield Theater Company on Sanford Street.

January 16, 2010 at 2:27 pm 3 comments


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