When City Green farmer Henry Anderson reached out to Razza chef Dan Richer about an abbondanza of a crop, the magic of farm-to-table cookery was ignited. Yes, it takes effort – to source, to obtain, to learn how best to use. But, as Richer is wont to say, “The proof is in the product.” And so it is when the farm’s primo plum tomatoes crush it atop the chef’s pizza.
Best known by those who know good food, the pioneering market-cum-café in downtown Flemington has been piloted by Carol and Norman Todd for 41 years – 41 years of working together, cooking together and tending to the details that make every savory plate, every major-occasion party, every birthday pastry as special as it should be.
Liz McCabe and Adam Sternberger, the couple who own the wise and worldly White Horse Wine & Spirits in Absecon, are ringleaders of an activist culinary community in Atlantic County. An evening of natural wines and local foods they orchestrated and dubbed NatCamp shows what they bring to the table.
Abby and Jesse Sickler’s life on their farm in Stow Creek is all about their cattle, their hogs and their chickens, and raising them in a mindful way that honors their nature. (The couple’s toddlers have their say, too.) P.S. Check back tomorrow for more on Hidden Creek in Sunday Kitchen.