Raven Hill Orchard Hosting “a forty mile meal”

Do you love local food? Is your calender free Friday, March 19, through Sunday, March 21, at 6:00 p.m.? Then maybe you should make reservations for the New England Farm 2 Fork Project’s “a forty mile meal.” But do it fast, there are only 30 seats available for what is sure to be a remarkable culinary treat.

According to their Web site, “The New England Farm 2 Fork Project’s ‘a forty mile meal’ dinner will consist of locally made artisan and farmstead cheeses, pastured local lamb, antique (heirloom) apples and many other locally raised products. Our gastronomic goal is to serve the best local, sustainably produced ingredients, and to treat them with respect and simplicity in our cuisine. This means using as much of a products resources as possible, be it the greens from garden grown organic beets, or the livers and gizzards of barnyard chickens. Our deep-rooted regional influences have shaped and continue to shape New England farm cuisine and inspire our cooking and food on a daily basis.”

For more information, to read the full article, or to RSVP for “a forty mile meal” please see the New England Farm 2 Fork Project’s Web site, http://tnef2fp.blogspot.com/2010/02/forty-mile-mealdefining-local-new.html

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