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Valentine’s Menu – 2014

Valentine’s Day is coming!

We have filled our Friday and Saturday night dinners and have opened up a new Thursday night dinner for those of you who felt a little miffed about a lack of information. Sorry about all that. Please call 541-929-4270 for reservations.

Valentine’s Menu:

  • oysters
  • salad: beets/apple/pumpkin seeds/bitter greens/honey
  • primi: pasta/butternut/brown butter/thyme
  • intermezzo
  • secondi: Chintimini Farm chicken/stuffed leg/boudin/sunchoke puree/kale
  • dolce: almond cake/creme fraiche/quince

Valentines Dinner 2013 – Menu and Photos

The Farmstand is off to a warm and wonderful start with our Valentine’s celebration in full swing. We had a packed house on Thursday and Friday and again today. We have been working hard all week. Here is the menu with pictures.

Guests were greeted with an amuse bouche of pork and pistachio terrina with pickled beets and house mustard.
Next to come to the table was a dungeness crab croquetta accented with a key lime aioli and served with a salad of watercress, apple, and grapefruit.

Next course was a parsley and parsnip root soup with pickled apple and crispy duck confit. We forgot to snap a picture!

As a fourth course we prepared a casonsei rossi, which in this case was a beet-filled ravioli with toasted shallots and poppy seeds.
As the main course we served duck breast with potato puree, rutabaga, kale, demi-glace, and a toasted wheat berry foam.
And to finish we served a spiced cheesecake with port granita, creme anglaise, hazelnuts, and Speculoos cookie crumb.

What great time we had. Thanks to all those who came to eat, and to the crew who picked especially for us in the winter fields.  LUNCHES START UP FEBRUARY 28th! We will see you there.

Lucky #1 Sourdough Levain

One of the best experiences of the past year was developing technique and recipe for our country levain. Working with sourdough is an exercise in patience and love. The sourdough culture that gives this bread its character, its profile, and its lasting power is fed every day. In return it helps us to make bread. The culture is years old, and this loaf was started 48+ hours ago. Any shortcuts taken subtract from what this loaf can be. We bake our bread in a wood-fired oven. Another exercise in patience and love. An oven is a fickle thing and must be watched carefully if one wants the best results. But what results! The oven spring can’t be matched.