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Summer Lamb Chop Recipe

In Uncategorized on June 26, 2012 at 11:26 am

You can obtain perfect little lamb chops from us at one of three farmer’s markets, weekly.   We offer delicately flavored Romney lamb for sale, in small packages.  You don’t have to purchase in bulk, or in great quantities — simply purchase what you need, and enjoy!

Grilled Lamb with Feta and Lemon
A summer-inspired lamb treat!

Ingredients

1 small handful fresh oregano sprigs

1 small handful fresh thyme sprigs

fruity olive oil, for drizzling and frying

salt and freshly ground black pepper

1 block good-quality feta cheese

1 lemon, juice only, to taste

6-8 lamb chops

Directions:

Rip the tender little leaves off the oregano and thyme sprigs, place into a bowl and drizzle over some olive oil. Crumble in the feta (large chunks are fine as they will break up slightly when everything is stirred together in the bowl). Season, to taste, with freshly ground black pepper and lemon juice and mix everything together gently.

Heat a griddle pan until hot, season the lamb with salt and freshly ground black pepper, and brush each chop with a little olive oil before placing on the hot griddle.

Cook for a few minutes one each side, or until lightly crisp – Many people prefer a little pink in the middle, and a “little spring” to the meat.

Divide the chops between a two warm plates, and while the they are still sizzling, gently spoon over the feta and herb dressing.

Eat immediately, while all is hot, herbal and piquant.

In stock, now, from our price list, and listed as price per pound: Shank 7.50, Whole Leg of Lamb 8.99, Shoulder Chops 9.99, Rib and Loin Chops 13.99.

We have wonderful, pasture-born and pasture-raised heritage breed (Tamworth, Red Wattle and Large Black crosses) pork available as well: great for grilling, barbecue, breakfast with no fussing, and more!

PORK (per pound pricing. Packages are singles: a single chop, a single ham steak, a pound of bacon, a pound of sausage, and two pounds of country ribs )

Loin Chops 7.70
Rib Chops 7.50
Shoulder Chops 6.75
Country Ribs 7.50
Ground Pork 6.50
Fresh Ham Roast  6.
Ground Sweet Italian Sausage 8.
Ground Hot Italian Sausage 8.
Ground Breakfast Sausage 8.
Fresh Polish Kielbasa Coil 9.
Garlic Parmesan Sausage Links 9.
Maple Syrup Cured Hickory Smoked Ham Steaks  8.
Maple Syrup Cured Hickory Smoked Bacon 8.

A very, very popular item from our farm this summer has been goat.  We have plenty left!  If you haven’t tried it, you are in for a very pleasant surprise.

GOAT (again, price is per pound)
Whole Leg of Goat 8.99
Shoulder Chops 9.99
Rib and Loin Chops 13.99
Rack of Ribs (aka ‘Breast of Goat’) 7.50

We also offer whole roasting chickens. They average four pounds each, and are $4.50/lb.

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Found, in the Freezer…

In Uncategorized on June 4, 2012 at 3:24 pm

All prices are per pound. In the freezers, right now, individual cuts of : PORK, LAMB, GOAT and CHICKEN!

PASTURED HERITAGE BREED PORK

Loin Chops 7.70
Rib Chops 7.50
Shoulder Chops 6.75
Country Ribs 7.50
Ground Pork 6.50 
Fresh Ham Roast  6. 
Ground Sweet Italian Sausage 8.
Ground Hot Italian Sausage 8.
Ground Breakfast Sausage 8.
Fresh Polish Kielbasa Coil  9.
Garlic Parmesan Sausage Links 9.
Maple Syrup Cured Hickory Smoked Ham Steaks  8.
Maple Syrup Cured Hickory Smoked Bacon  8.

ROMNEY LAMB
Shank 7.50
Whole Leg of Lamb 8.99
Shoulder Chops   9.99
Rib and Loin Chops  13.99

GOAT 
Whole Leg of Goat  8.99
Shoulder Chops  9.99
Rib and Loin Chops  13.99
Rack of Ribs (aka ‘Breast of Goat’)  7.50

YOUNG ROASTING CHICKEN
Whole Bird  4.50/lb (average 4.5 lbs ea)

So, how do you get yourself a ham steak, a lamb chop, or a chicken? Meet up with us at a local farmer’s market: Wednesday, Thursday or Saturday.  Or call (413) six-two-five, 27-nine-seven, or send an email or fill out the contact us form on our website: www.wellstavernfarm.com

Wednesday: Conway Farmer’s Market. Main & Elm Streets (in front of Field Memorial Library). On “Trash Day” and library day from 4 – 7. Grab your garbage, shopping tote bag, library book and combine your trips!

Thursday: Northfield Farmer’s Market. Trinitarian Congregational Church.  From 4 – 7.  The church serves public hot meals for affordable prices, so you can not only grab items for preparing at home for healthy local meals for the rest of the week, you can get dinner “to-go!”

Saturday: Bernardston Farmer’s Market. Held at The Farm Table/Kringle Candle. from 10 -1. Chef Brent Menke is on-hand to explain how he decides what local ingredients and recipes make it onto the Farm Table menu.