Thank you to Rhode Island Monthly readers for naming Pat’s Pastured best “Chicken and Eggs”!!!
There’s a new pup on the farm and we need YOUR help naming him.
He’s a 12-week old Anatolian-Akbash mix specially bred to guard livestock. Right now he’s in with our laying hens being trained by Shep (seen here) and having lots of fun splashing in the water bucket! When he’s older, we’ll breed him with Angel, who guards our sheep.
Got a good suggestion for his name? Come on over to our facebook page and let us know.
All this week we’ll be taking name ideas. Farmer Pat will choose from your suggestions. Winner gets a breakfast — a dozen eggs and a package of breakfast sausage. (To be picked up at one of our Farmers’ Markets. Sorry no shipping.)
Contest will be open until Sunday (8/8) at 5 p.m. We’ll review the entries and announce the winner the following week!
Monday, August 9 at Chez Pascal in Providence
Chez Pascal’s Chef Matthew Gennuso will work his magic with a five-course dinner all featuring Pat’s Pastured grass-fed and pasture-raised products. Farmer Pat will also be on hand to visit with you and answer your questions. The price is $65 per person, not including tax, gratuity or any beverages. Some items may change slightly.
First course: Confit of Chicken Neck and Narragansett Creamery Ricotta Potato Roulade with a Corn and Sherry Ragout
Second Course: Slow Roasted Berkshire Pork Belly Ham and Grilled Brined Leg with Summer Vegetable Tian & Smoked Tomato Jam
Third Course: Almond and Date Marinated Leg of Katahdin Lamb with Eggplant Aigre Doux
Fourth Course: Classic Whole Roasted Poulet Rouge Chicken with Roasted Fennel, Carrots and Yukon Gold Potatoes and Pan Gravy
Dessert: Egg in a basket ~ warm pain perdu, sunny side vanilla custard & ledge ends raspberry preserve
Reserve your spot by calling Chez Pascal at (401) 421-4422.
Our first Pat’s Pastured Farm Tour took place last Saturday. These photos were taken by one of the attendees. (Thanks Jill!)