In Season Suppah Time!

 

Forge Baking Company is hosting another In Season event at Forge on Thursday, February 28th.  We are thrilled to be helping with the products while Jen Park from Forge makes it into an amazing menu.

This dinner will have a heavy emphasis on local, seasonal produce, fish, dairy, and grains from Family Dinner. The ticket is all you can eat along with 2 beers from Idle Hands. We want to really get into the winter mood. 

Doors open at 6:30 pm on Thursday 2/28.  Each ticket is $60.  

Here is the link to the Eventbrite page to purchase a ticket.

Please join us for the fun we would love to see you there!

WHAT'S IN THE BAG?

HALF SHARE

Omnivore Protein
 - Scallops from Red's Best; Plain Greek Yogurt from Brookford Farm
Pescatarian Protein -Scallops from Red's Best; Plain Greek Yogurt from Brookford Farm
Vegetarians- Pierogi from Jaju Pierogi, extra veggies and Plain Greek Yogurt from Brookford Farm
Paleo Proteins -Scallops from Red's Best; Eggs from Feather Brook Farms and Brookford Farm
Fruits and Veggies -  Baby Arugula and Beets from Busa Farms; Mushrooms from Mycoterra Farm and Butternut Squash from Brookford Farm
Grain - Bread from Iggy's Bread of the World
Special Treat - Brown Butter Cookies from Sweetteeth Baking


WHOLE SHARE

Omnivore Protein
 - Scallops from Red's Best; T-Bone Steak from Featherbrook Farms; Plain Greek Yogurt from Brookford Farm; Eggs from Feather Brook Farms and Brookford Farm
Pescatarian Protein - Scallops and Hake from Red's Best; Plain Greek Yogurt from Brookford Farm; Eggs from Feather Brook Farms and Brookford Farm
Paleo Proteins - Scallops from Red's Best; T-Bone Steak from Featherbrook Farms; Eggs from Feather Brook Farms and Brookford Farm
Vegetarian Protein - Pierogi from Jaju Pierogi, extra veggies and Plain Greek Yogurt from Brookford Farm
Fruits and Veggies -Baby Carrots from Heron Pond Farm; Baby Arugula, Spinach and Beets from Busa Farms; Mushrooms from Mycoterra Farm and Butternut Squash from Brookford Farm
Grain - Bread from Iggy's Bread of the World
Special Treat -Brown Butter Cookies and Lavender Cookies from Sweetteeth Baking


DOUBLE SHARE

Omnivore Protein 
-  Scallops from Red's Best; T-Bone Steak from Featherbrook Farms; BACON, Plain Greek Yogurt and Herbed Quark from Brookford Farm; Eggs from Feather Brook Farms and Brookford Farm; 
Fruits and Veggies - Baby Carrots from Heron Pond Farm; CherryTomatoes, Celery Root, Baby Arugula, Spinach and Beets from Busa Farms; Mushrooms from Mycoterra Farm and Butternut Squash from Brookford Farm
Grain - Bread from Iggy's Bread of the World; Pierogi from Jaju Pierogi
Special Treat - Brown Butter Cookies and Lavender Cookies from Sweetteeth Baking; Honey from Northwoods Apiaries

RECIPES

Snazzy Weeknight Sauce: Yes, this lemon caper sauce isn't part of the share, but its a great thing to have in your arsenal as you are cooking up fresh fish, chicken or any kind of cutlet. Bright flavor, low on time.

Simple French Vinaigrette: A few ingredients, five minutes- stays a week. The shallot is the Carmen Sandiego here- you can't figure out Where in the World the touch of flavor is coming from. Sneaky shallots.

Scallops and Mushrooms: You can replace the spinach here with Kale or serve with a simple arugula salad with the French vinaigrette. Have your Iggy's bread on hand for mopping up all that butter. Don't go bonkers on overcooking the scallops, 90 sec per side should do it.

Sauteed Mushrooms and Scrambled Eggs: This would make a great edition of breakfast for dinner. Some buttered Iggy's toast and you're good to go.

Roasted Squash with Yogurt: Nice basic foundation for a recipe, with a Choose Your Own Adventure on the garnish. Pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, pomegranate, or just some sliced herbs or raw onion make for a beautiful finish here.

TIP:
Storing Bread.

The bread we bring you was baked that morning. Still warm as Erin picked it up to deliver to the kitchen. It is a miracle from above that any of these treats make it from our amazing bakers into your shares without her scarfing half of them on the spot!

Fresh bread is delightful but it will go South on you after a day or two.
Here are a few ideas on what to do if you don't plan to inhale it all in one day.