The distance between farm and table has never been shorter

Photo: Zone 7 websiteZone 7 Partners with Muth Family Farm and Eno Terra restaurant to present another event in their  “Dinners on the Farm” series on July 18, 4-8pm.

This one is at the Muth Family Farm, in Williamstown. With over 118 acres in production, the farm produces over 100 varieties of organic fruits, vegetables, flowers, and herbs from May through November.

Chris Albrecht, Executive Chef of Eno Terra in Kingston, will showcase the best offerings of the farm, with a special emphasis on Muth’s organic sweet corn, in a special four-course meal. The Bent Spoon, producer of artisan ice cream and baked goods in Princeton, will provide dessert, and CoolVines of Princeton is helping to source great wines to accompany each course.

Cost: $135 per person (includes tour, hors d’oeuvres, 4-course meal & wine pairings)

Click here for more information/to register.

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One thought on “The distance between farm and table has never been shorter

  1. Faith, you do so much good, ever reminding us not only of gustatory treasures, but also of the importance of farm-to-table consciousness.

    You never deviate from your certainty that this is the only way to go – and I, of course, always add, SAVE FARMLAND in the Garden State.

    We are so blessed – and too many of us do not value this state sufficiently. You’re doing all you can to turn that around, and I’m grateful! New Jersey thanks you…

    smiles,

    Best

    Carolyn

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