A Note From Our Turkey Farmer

ORDER YOUR THANKSGIVING TURKEY “Taste the difference of a bird raised on fresh air, sunshine and lots of room to run.” ~ John Peterson, Ferndale Market Why should you choose a turkey raised by Ferndale Market over any other? That’s a question that is best answered by John Peterson, the farmer who raises the delicious […]

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3 Ideas for Game Day Bites

3 Bites to Keep Your Game Day Guests Happy By Jimmy of The Butcher & Larder BBQ Hot dogs! Always a classic, so easy and a total crowd pleaser! One package of Butcher & Larder Hot Dogs, and 1 bottle of Lillie’s Q Hot Smoky BBQ Sauce. Put everything in the crock pot, High for […]

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Grilled Plum Mostarda Recipe

From Rob Levitt of Butcher & Larder Mostarda is a mustard-based condiment from northern Italy. Traditionally, it involves preserving fruits in a sweet-savory syrup flavored with whole mustard seeds. This is a very non-traditional recipe, but the results are similar and really delicious. It is perfect with cured meats and cheeses, on a ham sandwich, […]

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Marinated Lamb and Zucchini Kabobs

From Rob Levitt of Butcher and Larder A few years back I was gifted a book by Sam and Sam Clark (Yup…husband and wife both named Sam…), Chef/owners of Moro in London. Their food focuses on the Moorish cuisine of Spain and the Muslim Mediterranean countries (Turkey, Morocco…) and I immediately fell in love. It […]

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Visiting Gunthorp Farms

We’re counting the days until Greg Gunthorp from Gunthorp Farms brings one of his hogs to our Pig Roast Tacos and Tiki party on June 24! Not only because we’re eager to sink our teeth into some of the best pork around, but because we want to return the favor of hosting. Just a short […]

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Rhubarb BBQ Sauce

From Rob Levitt of The Butcher & Larder I adore barbecue. Everything about it appeals to me. The long, slow cooking of tough, fatty cuts, the dynamic texture contrast from the tender, juicy meat mingling with the charred bark, the smoke and spice…. What I love most about barbecue as a butcher, though, is the […]

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Charcuterie & Cheese Boards

You can now enjoy charcuterie and cheese boards at the cafe or to go for $14 each or $25 for both! Our menu changes according to what is available so there’s always something new to try! Charcuterie on the menu now: Lonza, spicy salami, pâté maison, pickled green beans and stone-ground mustard. Cheese on the […]

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Sausage-Stuffed Beefsteak Tomatoes

From Rob Levitt of Butcher & Larder Ingredients: – 2 Mighty Vine Beefsteak Tomatoes – 1lb Butcher & Larder Mild Italian Sausage – 6T Bread Crumbs – 3T Parmesan Cheese Directions: 1.Wash and de-stem the tomatoes. Cut in half across the stem and scoop out the pulp. 2.Take the sausage out of the casing and […]

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Mexican Picadillo – Ground Beef & Potato Tacos

From Jimmy Shay of Butcher & Larder Ground beef tacos are often thought of as something with a crunchy shell and cheddar cheese. There is, however, an authentic preparation for a ground beef taco known as Picadillo, served in a warm corn tortilla. This recipe varies from household to household, so feel free to make […]

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Asparagus & Ham on Toast w/ Egg Sauce

From Rob Levitt of Butcher & Larder It was my good fortune to marry the daughter of a great cook. I have inherited a catalogue of my wife’s favorite ‘mom dishes’ from her childhood like Swedish Meatballs, Hamburger Stew and this one, utilizing slices of leftover ham, asparagus and a basic white sauce fortified with […]

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