If there’s one thing we all love at the farm, it’s a bona fide reason to drink Guinness and eat locally raised meats and vegetables. Brick Farm Market is providing the perfect venue for both of these wonderful happenings in one experience: the St. Paddy’s Day feast on March 17 at the Market.
Chef Chase is preparing a 5-course feast of traditional Celtic fare: from soup to corned beef to Guinness chocolate cake. You had us at Guinness…
If you’d like to reserve a spot or see the menu, please CLICK HERE. (As always, the Market is BYO)
For more information, please go to the Brick Farm Market website. Hope to see you there!
In other news, we have come into possession of possibly the cutest little Great Pyrenees we’ve seen (and there have been some cute ones).
Meet Raphael (Rafi for short). He is currently in the pen with the new lambs and some goats and doing very well. We just love his gentle demeanor and happy puppy energy. Welcome Rafi!
The sheep and goats are getting used to him. Slowly, but surely.
Mostly, all the animals are waiting for winter’s chill to dissipate so they can get out of the deep hay and get outside and play. Sometimes it just takes patience…
Like this fox hunting for mice in the fresh snow just outside the barn.