Sunday, February 13, 2011

The Brunch At The Coop

We could not have picked a better day to have the Brunch At The Coop, the weather was just perfectl! 

Sous chef Dave picking fresh organic greens for the salad that was topped with our homemade goat cheese.

Getting the drinks out and chilled

The tables are set...

The chef and my husband David, slices the quiche that he made from our own chicken eggs. 
(We'll have a post on Quiche Lorriane and it will include his recipe.)

Linda and Suzy serving up the homemade lemon bars made with ingredients from our Boho Farm.

My sweet friend Jill Green from Sweet Life Garden and I doing a fruit tree planting demonstration

The girls were on their best behavior and except for the hawk circling the backyard, they had a good time too!

Answering gardening, chicken, fruit tree and compost questions and listening to stories

We all had such a great time eating the "fruit" of our urban farmyard and hopefully our joy, knowledge and passion for eating out of your own garden is contagious and those who came to our little urban Boho Farm on Saturday will join us in eating from their yards too!  And don't worry, if you didn't get to join us this year, you can go next year because it was so much fun we want to do it again!

Our next event is our Farmers Market/Flea Market from 8am to 1pm on Saturday, April 2.  Put it on your calendars and join us! it is going to be fun!


  1. Thank you, David and Caroline, for opening up your home and preparing such a delicious meal and rich atmosphere. It was a delight to the senses!

  2. You are so welcome Amy! Hope to see you at the Farm again soon. I put some additional photos up on the Boho Farm and Home facebook community page. Blessings to you!

  3. That brunch looked like so much fun! I am having a Garden Party may 1st and you have inspired me. Thanks so much. Loree

  4. Wow. Thanks for the needed break from snow and a reminder that new life will be growing here soon!

  5. I got all giddy because there is a chandelier in your coop!? My hubs just thought we had to put chicken wire ceiling height in the coop so they would not roost in the rafters. He read it was not good for them to be landing from that high but I think he just did not want chickens over his head....


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