when we hung out with Canadians. Luck was with us as the evening the dinner fell on gave us some absolutely beautiful weather.
Joe's Dairy Ricotta drizzled with honey-it was a good balance between sweet and tart,
Flying Pigs bacon. Just enough burger to whet my appetite, I did wish it was a little more raw, but the crispy, meaty bacon let me overlook any wrongs. I was very tempted to eat just the bacon off a number of baby burgers.
Paumanok Vineyards, and taste one of his reds. Almost everyone at my table was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the wine, some even remarked about acquiring a bottle. It appears that Long Island wine really has come a long way, and should be respected among the great wine-producing regions.
Schoolhouse Kitchen's SmoothSweetHot Mustard (of which I got to take home a jar, hehe) it was beyond delicious.
Oh, and the next Farm to Table will be up at the farm, next Saturday the 8th! Tickets are still available for that, and all the following Farm to Tables going on throughout fall. For the entire schedule and to order tickets, go to 100milemenu.com.