About Nancy Polo

Nancy is a first generation Italian-American who makes good food and thinks about it. She has lived on this farm since 1998.

Charcuterie from Smith Meadows Kitchen

Our rillette comes in 8 oz. containers that should easily feed a family of four on a picnic. We sampled both varieties the other night with a fresh spring salad made with escarole from Tree &Leaf, micro-greens from Red Rake Farm and Arugula from Endless Summer Harvest.

By |2011-07-04T08:47:13-04:00April 27th, 2011|Kitchen|Comments Off on Charcuterie from Smith Meadows Kitchen

Farm Day

Check with us in 2012 to purchase tickets for Farm Day 2013! In the mean time, come to our farm store. It's open daily from 10-5.

By |2012-02-19T19:31:09-05:00March 16th, 2011|Farm|Comments Off on Farm Day

No Soup for You

Cooking with friends at a leisurely pace is a better term for our classes. If that's what you want then join us for our next class Thinking Toward Thanksgiving on November 6th from 10-1.

By |2011-03-15T05:53:38-04:00October 23rd, 2010|Kitchen|Comments Off on No Soup for You

An article well done!

Thanks to Laetitia Clayton's writing and Rich Cooley's photography, there is a wonderful article about our cooking classes in the Northern Virginia Daily.

By |2011-07-04T08:52:28-04:00September 23rd, 2010|Kitchen|Comments Off on An article well done!
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