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You’ll Definitely Wanna Come Back to Back 40 Kitchen – Greenwich (Review)

4 Aug

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Back 40 Farm, Dancing Dog Farm, Gaia’s Breath, Hemlock Hill, Red Barn Bakery, Blooming Hill Farm, Marcia Tucker, Western CT Craftsmen, Jaw Workshop, Farming 101, Shearwater Coffee Roasters, Red Bee Honey, Sea to Table, Blue Moon Acres, Ridberg+, Chaljeri Farm, Beltane Farm, Cato Corner Farm, Social Comments, Deidre Mannix, and Mountain Rose Herbs.

This is the impressive list of suppliers that are proudly displayed at Back 40 Kitchen, a new rustic, quaint farm-to-table spot in Greenwich. Yup, this list lets you know that when it comes to the farm part of farm-to-table, Back 40 Kitchen ain’t messin’ around. They take their ingredients very seriously, and without giving too much away, it shows . . . BIG TIME!

And, speaking of ingredients, you could say that they are very careful about not only what gets into their kitchen, but what comes out on your plate . . . or in your glass, for that matter. The majority of their food comes from local sources, whether it’s CT or NY. Then, Chef George DeMarsico transforms those ingredients into something greater, making apps and entrees from scratch without even a single whisper of gluten. The same approach can be found behind the bar, as Jennifer DeMarsico (Manager and cocktail curator) creates the drinks and ingredients inside of them from “scratch” like her cherry syrup that we mention in the next section.

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Food Trucks, Shopping, Snacks + Holiday Cheer @ Greenwich Holiday Stroll 2013

5 Dec
Greenwich Holiday Stroll 2013

Click through to see a zoomed in version of the map to plan out your Greenwich Holiday Stroll

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…in Greenwich.  More specifically, the most wonderful time of the year is this Saturday from 10-6 pm and Sunday from noon to 5 pm.  During both days you’ll have a chance to get some major deals at local businesses, devour food from some awesome food trucks, sample wine and mulled cider, nom away on some treats, listen to music, take part in activities, and so much more.

Because all we ever think about is food, let’s start there:

Both The Local Meatball and Pizza Luca will be parked near the C. Parker Gallery at 17 East Putnam Avenue.  They’ll be there on Saturday from 10-6 and Sunday from noon to 5.

Oh, but that’s not all kiddos!  There will be a food truck village!

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