Chris and Sherry Hardie

B&B homesteaders

Opening up a bed and breakfast was the realization of a dream for us. Our long-term goal is to be self-sufficient (we're well on our way) and to be able to share the earth's bounties with our guests.

Monday, September 3, 2012

Harvest dinners well underway

Our harvest dinners at Brambleberry Bed and Breakfast are well underway.
Every Saturday through the end of October we feature farm-to-fork dinners that literally gets guests in touch with their food source. Between 90 to 100 percent of the organic fruits, vegetables and herbs served are grown onsite.
The hot and dry summer has forced us to be a little creative with the vegetables we offer from our garden. Some of our vegetables failed this year and others came in less than expected, but that's why we grow a big garden. 
All natural homegrown pork is produced onsite with zero miles. Beef and chicken come from Arcadia, 25 miles away. We try to predict what will be ready in the garden for these meals but reserve the right to make vegetable substitutions if necessary.
All dinners include homemade bread and a glass of wine. Wisconsin wines served at our dinner come from Tenba Ridge Winery, Elmaro Vineyards, Wollersheim Winery and Brambleberry's own wine vat!
Overnight guests can join us on Saturdays for our farm to fork five-course harvest dinners for $30 to $35 per person. 

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