Farm-a-Q at Tuckaway Farm on Sunday!

Wondering what’s on the menu for Sunday’s first annual Farm-a-Q? The Heirloom Harvest Project and Slow Food Seacoast offers a peak:

Please join us on Sunday, July 15th for the first annual Farm-a-Q, a family BBQ and picnic at Tuckaway Farm in Lee, NH. Farm-a-Q is hosted by Heirloom Harvest Project (HHP) and Slow Food Seacoast.

THE MENU IS OUT!! Look who’s cooking…

    • The 100 Club and Strawbery Banke –- Heirloom Salad
    • Beach Pea Baking Co. — Veggie Burger Slider, Cornbread and Berry Shortcake
    • The Black Birch –- Smoked heritage pork belly sandwich with boothby’s blond cucumber kimchi and fava bean schmoo
    • Black Trumpet -– Smoked Bluefish Taco with chiles and crème fraiche
    • Epoch at Exeter Inn – Grill-popped Oysters with condiments
    • The Kitchen on Islington – Split Grilled Rare Breed Chicken Diavolo
    • The Oaks Country Club – Pork braised greens with soft boiled egg, Sticky New England Barbecued Beans with Homemade Kielbasa and Kingston Black Cider, Spicy Boothby blonde mustard pickle

Popper’s Artisanal Meats – Bratwurst on a stick, dill pickles …And featuring the award-winning barbecue of Pitmasters Charlie Cicero and
Alan Lantz of Mighty Swine Dining!

For more information and tickets: www.slowfoodseacoast.org

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