Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Prairie Fruit Farm Dinners

Prairie Fruit Farms Dinners are posted now!!!
Last year Erika, Aaron, Mike and I enjoyed ourselves at a Dinner on the Farm. If you want to check out our dinner, look at this previous post. Hopefully we will be able to snag a few seats for one of the dinners this summer.
If you have the cash (the dinners range from $45-100 a person), you should definitely check out Prairie Fruit Farms for dinner. All ingredients are grown/raised from local farms, so it's a great way to support local farmers.

Also, if you're interested in checking out the cute goats or purchasing Prairie Farm cheese, they are having a open house on Saturday, March 21st from 9-12noon. Not only will they be selling their goat cheeses, you'll be able to purchase produce, bread, and eggs from farmers that are usually at the Urbana Farmer's Market.


Steve Ettlinger said...

Amazing -- your post just came to me via Google alerts, and I saw it within the same hour that I learned of Dinners on the Farm and Prairie Fruits Farm, as I am planning on traveling through Champaign in a month. I'm speaking at the U of I Urbana on the 23rd about my travels while writing Twinkie, Deconstructed, which I gather you are now reading -- I hope you enjoy it!

I am not yet sure about my visit to the university but I expect to poke around. Maybe I'll see you there.

Steve Ettlinger

genkitummy said...

Wow...I cannot believe the author of the book that I am currently reading posted a comment on my blog! That's amazing! The book has been a pretty good read thus far.
Let me know when you'll be in Urbana. I'm sure that I and some other Food Science students will try to attend it.

chou said...

No. Way. Steve Ettlinger posted on your blog!? That rocks. I read Twinkie Deconstructed while doing jury duty last year. Here's a virtual "you're so cool!"