“All of our fresh greens over the last three weeks are coming out of the Bayfield School high tunnel. The students in the Bayfield entrepreneurial agriculture program are currently providing us with spinach. Also we are getting fresh spinach, arugula and about three or four different types of baby kale from Bill Bailey and Gayle Chatfield,” Patty added.
A week ago Patty met with Rob Hartman from Twisting Twig Farm and Justin Rhoode from Rhoode Farm to discuss what to grow this year to fill the restaurant’s burgeoning orders.
“They told me I source more local food right now than any other restaurant in the area,” Patty reported.
You don’t have to go to Spain or Puerto Rico to eat great tapas. Just slide a table over to a friend at the Fat Radish and join in on this festive conversation, and maybe, if you can bear it for a few hours, even turn your cellphones off.
Written by Hope McLeod for the Bayfield County Journal. Read the full article here.
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News articles featuring local food projects that are occurring in the Chequamegon Bay area