Thursday, July 30, 2015


Come to our exclusive 25 guest Farm-To-Table Dinner.  Our farm is a five minute drive from the Main Street of New Paltz New York.  The farm overlooks the Shawangunk Mountain Ridge, home of Mohonk Mountain House and the tower. Pete, the farmer and I love to cook. Our next dinner is  Saturday, August 8th. Everything served comes directly from our organic farm or is sourced from a local Hudson Valley Farm.  It is an experience that adds to the deep appreciation that so many people have for our farm and for all who farm and produce local food.  It will also help support the continuation of Taliaferro farms.  Should you want to stay, go to airbnb. There are many awesome places to stay at right here on Plains Road.

Farm-To-Table Dinner
Place-Taliaferro Farms
Date- Saturday August 8, 2015
Time- 6:30-10:00

Farm Walking Tour with the farmer and a glass of sparkling wine
Menu: 4 courses       ½  bottle of wine per person
Agenda: A glass of champagne and a walking tour of the farm with our farmer.  

First course-Local pheasant sausage with fresh tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, olive oil, and basil
Second course- Kale Salad with Pecans, Parmesan and Cranberries

Third course -Hudson Valley Braised Brisket in Red Wine Gravy
                       o  Vegetarian alternative- Cabbage Gratin
                       ·      Creamy Garlic Mashed Potatoes
                 ·      French Beans
                 ·      Homemade Bread

Forth course-Hudson Valley Peach Pecan Crisp with fresh whipped cream and coffee or tea

vPlease bring your own to-go container
  v  We do not offer menu alternatives

  Call 845-214-4401 to make reservations.

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Our first Farm-To-Table Dinner was Saturday night. The people, food, and farm made it absolutely wonderful!
Our next Farm-To-Table dinner will be July 25th. Go to our website for all the information. I will have the menu up hopefully tomorrow (Wednesday).
It has been really hot in the fields. All the rain that we were getting, has come to a screeching halt. We are short on help, so getting to all the irrigating is going to be difficult. The good news is that Pete says that the apple crop looks to be a good one this year. Say a prayer.