Last night, Matt and I went to a dinner at the nearby Jorgenson Farm for a CSA Sunday Supper. He had bought the tickets for me as a surprise, and we had the most wonderful time. The theme of the dinner revolved around the sunflowers that were in full bloom, and the vegetables, herbs, and fruits that were at their peak for harvest.
We had a tour of the farm, saw the chickens, lambs, edible gardens, and barns. The dinner was BYOB, and they had a basket full of empty glasses and wine openers upon our arrival with the appetizers.
To start, there were multiple stations, one had canapes, marinated olives, and tomatoes; another had local honeycomb, walnuts, and cheese. We then had carmelized onion flatbread, heirloom caprese, and a mint watermelon salad for our first course. Roasted chicken and lamb kabobs were served as the main course (but I was already so full)! We rounded out the night with homemade poundcake topped with blackberries.
You can tell by the photos what a beautiful place it was, and I cannot wait to head back for another dinner sometime soon. Each month has a different ‘theme’ and I hear the fall dinners are wonderful as well. They even have an upcoming event this weekend called “Mint Fest” that is in collaboration with Jeni’s Ice Creams. If you’re in the Columbus area this weekend, you should look into it!
I hope you all had a lovely weekend! Here’s to another week!