Food and Music Make the World Go Round

And you thought we were just an organic farm.  Not a center for community, arts, and culture… not just a farm of food but a farm of life.  Replete with Goat-riding… Perfect weather… Hay rides… Awe-inspiring music… Singing Turkeys… Gourmet Dishes… Happy Neighbors… A regular Woodstock.

It would not have been what it was were it not for the Lindsays, a simply incredible husband and wife duo filling the air with harmonies and sounds as beautiful as those found in nature.  I received so many positive comments on the music and how nice it was to have such great sound on the farm.  So from all of us – thank you Susan and Stephen!

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We really couldn’t have asked for a better day for our annual farm and CSA celebration.  Mid-60’s with bright sunshine and a nice breeze.  The food spread was amazing thanks to all the contributions of our guests.  It came as no surprise that there were 5 different potato dishes – a great use of the 15 or so pounds given out to each member in recent CSAs.  But each dish was unique and delicious.  There was curry squash soup, cornbread, lentil soup, cheese and crackers, incredible ham from Plato’s own, a huge variety of desserts with cookies, cakes, brownies, and more.  And lots of other sweet and savory dishes.  We had a great showing of CSA members, friends and family with guests coming from as far as Cambridge – and even Florida!  All the pictures have been posted on flickr which can be accessed by the link on the right of the page.  Please let me know if there are any of you or your family for which you would like me to send the original.  A few highlights below…

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4 responses to “Food and Music Make the World Go Round

  1. Miss Sue

    We had a great time! Beautiful music, delicious food, gorgeous weather, great friends and family. It was such a wonderful day.

  2. mmstanger

    Indeed, it was a great time, which brought to mind what the “old days” might have been like with more regular community potlucks. Thank you for making it happen for us in these days of far too much rushing and disconnect. We love the farm!!!

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  4. Hi,

    thanks for the great quality of your blog, each time i come here, i’m amazed.

    black hattitude.

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