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Tastings at White Barn Farm Details

Posted 9/16/2010 6:13pm by christy raymond.

Hey Everyone!

Just wanted to say thank you for the awesome response to the announcement our first farm dinner. The 30 seats were filled as of Sunday at 5pm. There is even a short waiting list! Thank you to everyone who emailed to express their interest even if they couldn't attend. It looks like this could be a promising series for the farm. Our idea is to have one farm dinner a month during the pleasant months of the year. Time will tell . . . 

If you do have a reservation, please park at the site of the Roadside Stand, which is right across the street from the farm, 458 South St. (which is 1A) in Wrentham. We are located between Wampum Corner and the center of Wrentham. You should see the big white tent where we have our stand. Park there and carefully walk across the street to the driveway of the white house with green shutters. As soon as you walk in you'll see the big white barn straight ahead. Look to the left down the hill where a large Ash tree stands, and you should see us.

We will begin welcoming guests at 4pm. As soon as everyone arrives we will take a walk around the farm. The ground can be uneven, so I certainly don't recommend wearing heels for the tour.

Gratuities for our volunteer waitstaff and kitchen help are not expected, but will be accepted.

 

Tentative Menu, created by Chef Maue at Tastings Wine Bar and Bistro:
Green Garden Gazpacho
Narragansett Creamery Mozzarella Curd, Sungold cherry tomatoes, lemon basil buds
Mustard Green Salad
house cured bacon, roasted garlic ranch, ground cherries
Honey Roasted Acorn Squash
spiced butternut squash puree, shaved asiago, crispy sage
Stewed Roasted Pork Butt
Multi colored potatoes, garlic chives, fennel fronds
Vegetarian Entree:
Multi Colored Potato and Tomato Ragu
whipped Narragnsett yogurt
Meg's Pumpkin Pie
honey whipped cream
Every vegetable on the menu is grown at White Barn Farm. The honey is from Roger Franklin Honey (and so are the candles on the table). Bacon and pork is being provided by our friend Floyd at Burnshirt Valley Farm in Barre. Both Roger and Floyd will be sitting at the table, so make sure to say hello!
Again, Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Christy and Chris at White Barn Farm