What happens when you bring together the incredible culinary imaginations of Electric City Bread Company and the straight-from-the-farm natural goodness of Circle Organics?
I don’t know that there are words to describe it. The better bet would be to take the opportunity to experience it yourself.
For two nights only, this pairing will be offering up the absolute best that the season has to offer. We’ll place it right at the top of the Farm to Table recommended “do not miss” list.
Electric City Bread Company Presents: A Harvest Dinner with Circle Organic
September 18th & 19th.
Tickets are only $45 per person.
For tickets call or stop by Electric City Bread Company at 165 Sherbrooke St.
cherry tomatoes / walla walla sweet onions / cucumber / sour dough croutons / feta / capers / balsamic olive oil
Caramelized onion and beetroot ravioli
carrot butter sauce / shaved goat cheddar
Duck confit with summer vegetable byaldi zucchini / eggplant / garlic / thyme oil / black olive juice
Apple and swiss chard strudel / spiced squash ice cream / almond praline
Electric City Bread Company has an incredible eye for detail. Chances are great that anything on your plate was made in house — from the fresh-baked bread to the house-cured meats to the condiments. They operate one of the premiere kitchens in the Peterborough area. Electric City Bread Co. takes great pride in supporting Ontario farmers and suppliers by buying local and in-season products whenever possible.
About Circle Organic:
“Circle Organic is a small community-based family farm in Millbrook, Ontario, producing fresh, quality organic food for Peterborough and the surrounding area. We grow over 50 types of vegetables, fruits and herbs, and a wide range of flowers. This diversity helps our soil and contributes to biodiversity on the farm.
Many of our seeds are heirloom varieties and our farming is done largely by hand. We are certified organic by Pro-Cert and we are deeply committed to growing our food with the highest ecological standards in mind. This means that in our farming practices we consider our impact on soil life and fertility; water systems and conservation; air quality; and the natural flora and fauna in our farm ecosystem.
We are committed to working closely with other growers and organizations to build a local food system that is resilient, vibrant and life-sustaining. This is a big job considering what we’re up against. Good thing we love what we do!’