02 June 2009

Chickens danced and plates were filled: A great day at Seven Springs Farm

Slow Food Indy thanks all the guests and our generous hosts--Luella and David Porter--for a wonderful day at Seven Springs Farm.

About 60 guests filled their plates from the potluck buffet of seasonal ingredients before finding a spot in the sun or the shade. Just a few of the locally and sustainably produced treats included asparagus, swiss chard, arugula, strawberries, lamb's quarters, rhubarb, two-year-old dry cured ham, last summer's peach and apple wine, meatballs, noodles, and more.

Luella and David led a tour of their biodynamic farm where they plant by the moon, move chickens and their houses to fresh pasture each day, and care for their grass fed dairy and beef cattle.

Folks who took picture at the event are more than welcome to share by adding to Slow Food Indy's flickr group.
Mark your calenders now for Slow Food Indy's next event, the June 21st Father's Day Hoedown and Throwdown at Skillington Farms near Lebanon, Indiana.

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