An improvised, intermittent, and utterly unscientific gastronomy journal by an artist who should probably be painting right now
Great article thoughtfully written. Huge topic in a small space! And, love the resources.
Curious: do you get all your milk from Brooks? If not, what do you get?
I have you to thank for the intro to Eric. And no, we don't drink much milk around here. We used to have a nearby raw source, but not so much any more. I need to start making the schlep down there more often.
Great article, Peter! I think I actually know Susan and Chris (Chris works for my dad sometimes and I've been to their farm a few times -- they used to have awesome llamas but they all got sick a few years back, I think.) Great to know about even more places in the area.
Eve: Thanks for coming to the class, and I look forward to having you as a neighbor.
I need you to move into my area for a while and write up a piece like this for me. It sounds great but I have no idea how to even find anything like these farms near me. Well, I'm just outside of New York City, so maybe there's nothing that close. But nearish.Next time you come down to Mitsuwa, instead of a day trip get a hotel room and go find me some farms!
Chris: You'd like that, wouldn't you. Try this: http://www.greenpeople.org/csa.htmand scroll down, or this: http://www.eatwild.com/products/newjersey.htmlHappy now?
Like I don't know how to use Google. I found that eatwild.com already -- not very helpful -- and greenpeople.org lists one farm which only sells vegetables. Yuck.No, I need someone to go around and personally say, "This farm has tasty sheep."
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