Menus

Thursday March 5, 2015

Organic_LocalSmoked Salmon Bagel Plate: Sustainably harvested salmon, spinach and cream cheese, organic dill served on an organic and local bagel. $7.25

Organic_LocalGrilled Portabella Panini: Organic portabella mushroom, roasted red pepper and spinach with local swiss cheese from Mountain View Farm on a local and organic bagel. $7.25

 

OrganicYogurt Marinated Chicken: Natural chicken breast, organic yogurt, garlic, lemon juice, chili powder, ginger, cumin, sugar, salt & pepper. $4.50

OrganicCole Slaw: Organic cabbage, bell pepper, parsley, onion, garlic, apple cider vinegar, Dijon mustard, olive oil, salt & pepper.  $3.45

 

OrganicRoasted Zucchini: Organic zucchini, olive oil, salt, pepper, and italian seasoning. $2.40

OrganicWild Rice: Organic wild rice, olive oil, salt & pepper. $1.40

 

 

 

Wednesday March 4, 2015

Organic_LocalFlat Iron Chicken Sandwich: Natural chicken breast, local swiss cheese from Mountain View Farm, chipotle aioli, walnut pesto on local Rustic bread from Sweet Water Baking Company. $7.25

Organic_LocalFlat Iron Tofu Sandwich: Local and organic tofu from Twin Oaks, local swiss cheese from Mountain View Farm, chipotle aioli, walnut pesto on local Rustic bread from Sweet Water Baking Company. $7.25

 

Organic_LocalCarved Pork Loin: Local pork loin from VT Meats, rubbed with organic olive oil, sage, oregano, salt & pepper. $4.55

OrganicCurried Chickpea Salad: Organic chickpeas, bell pepper, raisins, apple cider vinegar, lime juice, olive oil, maple syrup, with cilantro and spices. $3.45

 

OrganicBraised Greens: Organic collards, swiss chard, arugula, onion, garlic, vegetable broth, salt & pepper. $1.85

OrganicMashed Sweet Potatoes: Organic sweet potatoes, cream, butter, salt, pepper & nutmeg. $1.40

 

Tuesday March 3, 2015

Organic_LocalHoney, Ham & Cheese Panini: Local ham from Surry Farms, Swiss cheese from Mountain View Farm, organic honey and local Oatmeal bread from Sweet Water Baking Company. $7.25

Organic_LocalHoney, Tomato & Cheese Panini: Local swiss cheese from Mountain View Farm, organic tomato and honey, and local Oatmeal bread from Sweet Water Baking Company. $6.25

 

Organic_LocalPasta with Spicy Arugula Pesto: Local basil from the Dining Services Farm at Kentland (frozen in season), organic garlic, olive oil, Parmesan, arugula with walnuts and served over organic penne pasta. $5.30

Organic_LocalField Greens Salad: Salad greens from the UHC High Tunnel, organic carrots, tomatoes, mushrooms, with balsamic vinaigrette. $3.45

 

Organic_LocalOlive Rolls: Local bread flour from Ashland Milling Company, organic olive oil, kalamata olives with salt, sugar and yeast. $1.20

Monday March 2, 2015

Organic_LocalChicken & Apple Chutney Panini: Natural chicken breast, local arugula from the Dining Services High Tunnel, located at the Urban Horticulture Center, organic harvarti cheese, apple chutney with Virginia apples from Crown Orchard, on local Prairie Brown bread from Sweet Water Baking Company. $7.25

LocalGrilled Cheese & Apple Chutney: Apple chutney made with local Virginia apples from Crown Orchard, arugula from the Dining Services High Tunnel, located at the Urban Horticulture Center, colby cheese from Mountain View Farm on local Prairie Brown bread from Sweet Water Baking Company. $6.25

Organic_LocalSausage, Sauerkraut & Apples: Local german sausage from Mann’s Sausage Company, local apples from Crown Orchard, and organic sauerkraut. $6.35

Organic_LocalBaked Spinach: Organic onion, garlic, spinach, cream, butter, parmesan cheese, local milk from Homestead Creamery, bread crumbs from Ashland Milling Company. $2.65

OrganicQuinoa Salad: Organic quinoa, roasted red peppers, parsley, vegetable broth, salt & pepper. $3.45

Organic_LocalSauerkraut & Apples: Local apples from Crown Orchard, and organic sauerkraut. $1.85

 

 

 

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Please note that menus for Farms & Fields are tentative; when working with local and seasonal foods straight from our garden and/or from nearby farms, availability varies. In order to bring you the most local and sustainable items possible, we may have to make slight substitutions from the seasonal menu we have originally planned. Being flexible with what nature provides us is a necessary part of committing to seasonal eating. Thank you for your understanding and support for sustainable foods

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9 thoughts on “Menus

  1. The cream of broccoli soup was so good! I’m really glad that it was made with natural vegetable base instead of chicken stock!

    • Hi Nikki,

      Yesterday was a fluke with the menu as the person that regularly updates the menu was out of the office and not able to update the menu. So sorry for the inconvenience. We’ll work to put a plan in place in case of this situation in the future.

      Thanks!

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