New Orleans Crawfish Boil by Chef Andrew Gerson

Dinner on the Farm Presents a Farm to Table recipe from Chef Andrew Gerson of Brooklyn Brewery, who’s in town from August 9-16 for Brooklyn Brewery’s Mash Tour. Photos by Jeromy Reaux The crawfish boil is a distillation of New Orleans culture and the slow simmering essence of summer. Meaty crawfish slow cook in a … [ Read more]

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Roasted Pork Loin, Sweet Corn Succotash, Soy Beans, Summer Squash, and Herbed Crème Fraiche

Also included in this Farm to Table recipe by Dinner on the Farm: Summer Tomatoes, Anchovy Aioli, Croutons, and Basil. By Jon Wipfli Photos by Daniel Murphy In my experience, the most pleasant foods to eat are those that are so fresh that you hardly have to handle them to make a great dish. These two … [ Read more]

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Dinner on the Farm Tickets On Sale Now

Pack up your picnic basket and join us at Star Thrower Farm on June 29th for a celebration of Minnesota ingredients, growers, chefs, musicians and brewers! Adventurous guests will enjoy a farm tour led by the sustainable sheep farmers from Star Thrower Farm and feast on a family-style meal crafted by Ian Gray, owner and chef at The Gray House, recently voted Best of the … [ Read more]

Farmhouse Ale-Braised Rabbit and Wild Acres Lemon Fried Chicken

Farm to table recipes presented by Dinner on the Farm.  Recipe by TJ Rawitzer The Tiny Diner and Farm is a little collaboration between farm and diner counter. We believe it’s the little things that count, so we create small-scale menu items with fruits and vegetables, filling people with good food while doing good stuff like … [ Read more]

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Campfire Cooking: Streamside with The Wild Chef

A “Stream to Table” recipe, presented by Dinner on the Farm By Jonathan Miles, The Wild Chef The adventurous eaters who dine with us in the farm fields all summer long may be getting a case of cabin fever right about now. Not only are we pining for warmer weather, but also the local food … [ Read more]

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Lomo de Cerdo with Canary-Style Ropa Vieja and Summit Pilsener

Dinner on the Farm with Chef Jorge Guzman of Solera in Minneapolis In Spanish, ropa vieja translates to “old clothes.” Regardless of the translation it has become an incredibly popular dish in the Caribbean, especially Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and Cuba. What most people don’t know is that this dish is rooted in Spanish tradition … [ Read more]

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