Views Around the Farm Stand + Lunch Menu for April 3-6

braising mix in the wash tank

Even though the farm is still drying out from last week’s flood, we are open with our spring hours (Tuesday through Saturday), making the farm stand a more convenient and accessible source for not only great meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) but also fresh produce, sweet and savory pastries, humanely raised frozen meats, and a variety of local goods.

The Menu (subject to change based on availability)

to start: 

lava lake lamb pâté with sour cherry mostarda
brie with baguette
grilled leeks with hard-cooked egg, house bacon, and pumpkin seeds
grilled lamb crostini with caper salsa verde
mixed greens with balsamic vinaigrette
GTF salad with beets, candied walnuts, goat cheese and red wine vinaigrette
creamy beet soup with artisan bread
parsnip soup with artisan bread


house pepperoni/tomato/mozzarella
kale/olives/tomato/mozzarella (shown above)


lamb cappellacci with shallots and rosemary (shown above)
pork ragú with tagliatelle
creamy polenta with vegetables and poached egg
beet risotto with chicory and blue cheese
rockfish and prawns with raab, carrots, leeks, and arugula pesto

Ricky bakes some hearty whole wheat-honey bread to serve in the restaurant and to sell as whole loaves.














During the height of the early fall harvest season, excesses of several different Gathering Together Farm vegetables get canned, jammed, sauced, pickled, and jarred up, so that the preserved goods can be sold over the winter and spring. We offer strawberry-rhubarb jam, marinara sauce, enchilada sauce, pickled beets, and pickled peppers.

We also have several varieties of pickles and relish from our friends at Sweet Creek Foods and local Wild Harvest honey for sale in the farm stand.

The farm stand freezer case is filled with humanely raised meats from Mosaic Farm (pork), Afton Field Farm (chicken) and McK Ranch (beef). We also sell wild Chinook salmon and albacore tuna from Moonshine Park Fish Company.

green mustard

Our guests and customers are always welcome to tour the farm when they visit for pastries, groceries, or a meal with friends. Though our fresh offerings are somewhat limited (mostly greens and leeks) this time of year, the farm is a very busy place. If you plan on walking out to the fields, be prepared by bringing waterproof boots and wearing pants that you don’t mind getting a little dirty. We’d love to see you here.