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Friday, August 20, 2010

A Brekky To Remember

Have you ever had a breakfast that stuck with you until dinner? If not, the kind folks at Farm Kitchen can help you out. We took some friends there a few weekends ago.


What's for breakfast?


Seriously? Thick. Cut. Bacon. I had been dreaming about that all week long. It was well worth the wait. The five of us did not hesitate to order nearly everything on the menu. This place serves food in an a la cart style. Menus get passed around while you stand in (the long) line to get in, you tell the nice lady what you want, she rings you up, you sit and wait for the feast to begin.


We're so hungry we're all looking at pictures of thick cut bacon on iPhones.


And then you get inside and they tempt you with more baked goodies! Honestly, resistance was futile.


After breakfast, the misty farm grounds beckoned. We went for a stroll through the garden.




Farm Kitchen mostly does catering and events, but once a month they open their doors for a Saturday breakfast. Ordering is simple; there's really only one thing on the menu. Come hungry. The portions are generous, and the food is divine.


After you're done, smell the lavender, take pictures of the baby lettuce and spinach plants, and wander down to find the horses.


The acreage Farm Kitchen sits on is leased to a local farmer, and everything they serve is locally sourced or made by hand in their own kitchen.


The next Saturday Breakfast will be on September 4th. The menu is as follows...


Fresh Basil & Tomato Egg Scramble, Roasted Potatoes & Bakers Choice Pastry

Pastries of the Day
Yummy Orange Rolls
Marionberry Kuchen
Hollis's Original 8-Grain Pullaparts
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Oatmeal Cranberry Walnut Cookies
Banana Walnut Bread


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3 comments:

  1. Wow! I wished we had a place like that around here. That sounded wonderful!

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  2. Sounds wonderful and now I'm starving! :)

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  3. Isn't it a fun place?! It's a big treat to go there for breakfast! We love it

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