Farm-to-Table is a phrase that has been heard during the past 10 or so years. Today it is one of the biggest trends in the culinary world and Ware Episcopal Church in Gloucester has joined in.
Farm-to-Table is held on the second Sunday at the parish house at about 11:30 a.m. following the church’s morning services. There is no cost to attend and people are invited to bring their own fresh organic foods to share. Beth Richardson is the coordinator while members of the church help serve, decorate, and bring individual dishes. Others are supplied by Kelsick Gardens, Good Life Kitchen, Ware Neck Produce and the Farmer’s Daughter, all Gloucester businesses.
The program was initiated in the fall and will continue “until soup weather is no longer with us, probably sometime in March,” Beth said. “It was created because we wanted to do some education about our local farmers and producers, to show our support for them and create fellowship, which it has really don...
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