Farm-to-table supper features locally grown menu
The Peterborough Agricultural Commission will hold its June farm supper, the first of the 2014 season, on June 28 at Four Winds Farm at 6 p.m.
The supper will begin with a spring fruit and mint spritzer served with herb pancakes that are seasoned with maldon sea salt, black sesame and Ume Plum Pickles. Next, a salad of spring lettuces will be served with a smoky sundried tomato vinaigrette, Hancock chevre and roasted pepitas.
The main course will include buttermilk-brined chicken with wood fire grilled greens, roasted chickpeas and cous cous, harissa. The meal will conclude with a lemon flan tart, served with rhubarb coulis and local honey.
Tickets to the supper cost $40 (cash only) and are available at Rosaly’s Garden and Farmstand and Steele’s Stationers in Peterborough. Diners are asked to bring their own beverages.
Guests are invited to arrive at 6 p.m. and supper will be served promptly at 6:30 p.m. Questions about the event may be addressed to email@example.com.
The purpose of the Agricultural Commission is to protect agricultural lands, preserve rural character, provide a voice for farmers, encourage agricultural-based businesses and activities, and provide educational opportunities for home gardeners.
The address for Four Winds Farm is 145 Four Winds Farm Rd. in Peterborough.