Farmed + Foraged : May 20 -22, 2011

Posted on May 11, 2011 // view all News



Menu Spotlight on Farmed + Foraged Sponsor The Red Lion Inn

The Red Lion Inn in Stockbridge will present a special Farmed + Foraged three-course dinner menu crafted from foraged items, local dairy, eggs, greens and locally sourced meats. Dinner will feature a first course of Smoked McEnroe Organic Tomato Soup with Bacon on the Side Bacon, Foraged Ramps and Equinox Farm Arugula or McEnroe Organic Asparagus with Sunny Side-Up Graceful Acre Bantam Egg and Shaved Berle Farm Bovinaburg. The second course will include Braised Bacon on the Side Pork and Ramp Ragu with Zehr Farm Mushrooms and Scape Sprouts or Lila’s Spicy Lamb Meatballs served with Minted Old Chatham Sheep’s Milk Yogurt and Spring Herbs. Dessert will feature Barrington Coffee Roasters Crème Brulee with Salted Caramel Biscotti and High Lawn Farm Cream or Ronnybrook Farm Vanilla Ice Cream and Ioka Valley Farm Maple Syrup Redux. The prix fixe meal is priced at $45 per person (not including tax or gratuity). Berkshire Grown will receive a contribution of $15 from each prix fixe dinner sold. In addition, several Farmed + Foraged items will be available a la carte. As has been the tradition for many years, The Red Lion Inn features sustainable dinner specials on Sundays and Mondays and a daily sustainable breakfast.


Thanks to Farmed + Foraged Sponsors:

In celebration of the season, Berkshire Grown will host Farmed + Foraged: A Weekend of Spring Flavors, a culinary celebration of farmed and foraged seasonal foods at area restaurants from Friday, May 20 through Sunday, May 22. Click on the Farmed +  Foraged page on this website here

Dates of participation, menu and a la carte offerings and pricing will vary at each location.

The event, now in its third year, will be further enhanced by expert-lead foraging walks in the Berkshires — Where the Wild Things Are — throughout the month of May. Visit the Wild Things website for dates and details.

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