Many of the products I saw and tasted at the Fancy Food Show were made in food labs and designed for the sole purpose of money-making and consumer satisfaction, many of these delicious products are happy accidents, made just because people enjoy creating food.
From cured meats to weird grapes, these projects are sure to yield some tasty, unique products. That’s all thanks to the money they raised through the nonprofit website Kickstarter.
As I am chronically time-challenged, I decide to give Farm 2 Kitchen a try. At the end of a workday, I place an online order for several items including asparagus, chèvre, pasture raised eggs, artisanal bread, micro greens and herb sea salt harvested from the East End ocean waters.
A couple in North Haven make a go at small-scale farming. By Chris Gangemi • photographs by Lindsay Morris The path that leads to…