Our farm kitchen was built in 2011 to allow us to capture more of the farm’s harvest, extend the season of local eating through preservation, and provide offerings that encourage visits to the farm.
Signature products include flavorful small-batch fruit preserves, pickles, pestos, and traditional cultured krauts. You can find salads made with farm-grown ingredients in the farmstand, along with a great assortment of baked goods, including gluten-free and vegan products. In the café, try a morning muffin with farm-grown fruit, rich all-butter scones with local organic cream, or weekend morning buns flecked with orange and cinnamon – the perfect complement to a cup of fair-trade Café Mam coffee or espresso.
The kitchen at Cedar Circle Farm is committed to improving community health through better food. In addition to our own fruit and vegetables, we source certified organic and locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. Where organic ingredients are unavailable in the wholesale market, we work with suppliers to find suitable alternatives, while supporting statewide and national efforts to enable more farmers to transition to organic production to help meet this growing demand. We welcome the chance to talk with customers about the opportunities and challenges we face as organic producers and hope that our customers will demand products that are produced at the highest standard of quality so that we can continue to make food with the best possible ingredients.
Working in our kitchen is an excellent way to gain real farm-to-table experience while helping to create better food on a community scale. Visit our employment page to search for current openings in the kitchen, or contact us.
Stop by and see us on your next visit to the farm!
Photos: CCF Staff & Ben Fleishman