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I often wonder how weathermen and women, meteorologists as they prefer, keep their jobs when they can’t seem to predict the weather.  This weekend, reality reversed the  predictions  for Saturday and Sunday.  Saturday dawned gloriously bright, sunny and warm. THAT was supposed to happen on the only day I had off this week, Sunday.

I closed the store the night before, so I knew exactly what needed to be accomplished before the first customers arrived Saturday morning. I arrived to find Chef Joe  setting up and Korey was restocking the fustis with oils and vinegar. This time Joe had a lovely sous chef to help out. Lillie was not only enthusiastic and charming, she was a darn good sales person.


Lillie and Joe serving up goodness!

Folks feasted on braised lamb shank with blackberry-ginger sauce, shaved asparagus salad, various flavors of deviled eggs and marshmallows dipped in flavored dark balsamic vinegars.


Braised lamb shanks, deviled eggs, chocolate cake and marshmallows for dipping!

Some literally stayed for hours, catching up with neighbors and sampling great products.



Shaved Asparagus salad with hazelnuts and gouda cheese.

Everything went off smoothly for our second event. We are now in the planning stages for a Cinco de Mayo feast and a joint Mother’s Day event with Ava Marie Chocolates and The Social Grove Cafe, our building-mates.


[check out the recipes here]

7 comments on “The Eggsellent Easter Feast!

  1. Touring NH says:

    I’m sorry I couldn’t make it, everything sounds scrumptious! I’ll have to stop in and get all the recipes. I hope you were able to salvage at least part of the day on Sunday.


    1. Sunday afternoon was all about shedding out Night at the barn and a wonderful ride. Well worth the wait. Thanks.


  2. CindySheaNH says:

    You always make me hungry!


  3. Cindy, I think you still need to come visit Peterborough!!


  4. It sounds like the store is becoming a real happening place!


    1. thanks Alan. I’m having fun.


  5. mariekeates says:

    Marshmallows and balsamic! Wow! I need to try that. I’m glad it went off well but sorry you missed the chance to get out in the sun.


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