Happy May Long from the Farm!

After a busy and fulfilling week, it certainly is time for a bit of an overdue recap of this wonderful start to the 2015 season! I must admit it is a bit strange to have a May long weekend off… From the looks of our heritage fruit trees, the fruit(especially cherry) set is amazing this year! The sound of bees spreading their pollinating love is so soothing, and soon Kevin will be bringing by our very own beehives to join us again for the summer. We most certainly are excited to share a little “Backyard” honeycomb with our guests this year! As if the honey wasn’t enough, Kevin has agreed to mentor us in beekeeping, and both Mikkel and I are really excited for the opportunity of mentorship. It may have seemed as though I flew under the radar for a little bit, but I have been a busy chef, pretending to be a contractor…We decided to move forward and demo phase two of the farmhouse to build an office and common area. With much help from the very talented and seriously hard working Jay Dupuis-couldn’t have accomplished this task without his abilities and experience-not to mention he is a salt of the earth guy, with a great young family. Here are a few before shots We needed to make use of the space, brighten and clean it up for daddy-daughter prep days and visits, client meetings, and office space. Jay, myself and Kyle (with some help here and there from family and friends), conquered the carpeted beast between Dec 15-March. New everything, was lots of work, but the end result is better...