Sep 29, 2011
If you haven’t bit into a local apple lately, now is the season. The Media Farmers Market offers a huge variety of apples from Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Pennsylvania is the fourth largest producer of apples, and is home of an enticing array from sweets to sour, crispy to hearty. Many varieties can not be found in supermarkets, because these fresh, local apples are not developed to withstand long-distance shipping, but to taste absolutely fantastic.
Some varieties are better suited to eating out of hand, while other varieties thrive being baked into pie of cobbler. Read all about choosing the best apple varieties here. While a fresh, crispy apple is downright delicious, apples also offer numerous health benefits.
The market will be going strong through November 17th! So spend your fall with us and enjoy all the wonderful tastes of this colorful season.
Sep 10, 2011
Check out the menu at Iron Hill’s Farm to Table Supper…..much of the local food is coming from the Media Farmers Market! Find out more here.
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Farm to Table Supper
Five courses featuring fresh local flavors
7:00 – 10:00 pm
$75.00 pp Including Gratuity | Reservations Required 610.627.9000
Local Cheese and Charcuterie Plate
birch run red cat and blue cheese, first state creamery aged goat cheese cheddar,
dejong farms salami, coppa di maiale, cornichons, linvilla orchards
peach and tripel jam, and fruitwood farms pine barrens honey
Paired with Belgian Tripel
Three Bean and Three Tomato Salad
green, yellow and purple beans, green, yellow and purple tomatoes, lemon cucumbers
and goat cheese feta on a bed of mizuna greens with dandelion wine vinaigrette
Paired with Ironbound Ale
Fish of the Moment
pepper-crusted freshly caught fish, candy striped borscht and mushroom pierogi
Paired with Vienna Red Lager
Roasted Beer Brined Veal Shoulder
jerusalem artichoke hash, freshly picked sautéed vegetables and natural jus
Paired with Maniac Alt
funnel cake eggplant with powdered sugar, goat cheese and lemon ice cream
Paired with Abbey Dubbel
Head Chef Dave Anderson • Head Brewer Bob Barrar