The Farm to Table blog doesn’t get updated very often during the winter months, but I thought I would throw out some news that will excite shoppers in downtown Peterborough.
After moving to a new location at 142 Hunter Street, Naked Chocolate has opened their doors just in time for Valentine’s Day. Get on in to buy that special something for your Valentine.
Don’t have a Valentine? Chocolate and wine go perfectly together — what better way to drown your sorrows!
The Publican House has opened a brand new tasting room and retail store — right beside the brewery. The tasting room has expanded seating for those who want to hang out for a while. The new store, which features a large cooler, brewery merchandise and seating area, is now open to customers daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. It opens at 10 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
Finally, there is a new butcher in town. And downtown carnivores are rejoicing! The Community Butcher Shop caries all local beef, pork, and chicken. Owner, Scott Walsworth, prides himself on sourcing local product and supporting the community. I took the time to sample a number of his products — some thick-cut smoked bacon, tandoori chicken wings, and lamb merguez — and they all scored high on the Farm to Table taste-o-metre.
The exciting part? All three venues are on board for next year’s culinary tours! Look for this year’s schedule to be released in April.
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Spread the word: Farm to Table is hiring! We’re going to be taking on a young entrepreneur to help organize and run the tours — and to help expand them into new markets. Deadline to apply is March 2nd.