Here is the new menu for f/Stop Fitzgerald’s this week.
All the pies come with a taste of our 4-bean salad!
Henny Farms local natural lamb
with potatoes carrots onions & fresh herbs
Grass fed Ling Farm beef
stewed with fresh vegetables & herbs
Curry Chicken with Shiba’s Curry,
vegetables and spices
Pistol River wild mushrooms
baked with fresh vegetables & herbs
We’re got our new kitchen up and running, so it is time to announce some of our new stuff. We’re still making crêpes and we are adding new things.
The first one is our new production line of sweet and savory pies…Dutch Apple with Caramel, local grass feed Beef Stew, savory Mushroom Vegan pasties, Local Lamb, and that’s just the beginning.
We are starting to sample out to local pubs and sales outlets. Ask your local to put them on the menu! Of course we’ll let you know when and where you can get these!
Or contact us if you want some! Fresh and ready to eat, or frozen, ready to bake!
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The place is clean, painting done, the floor is in. Now awaiting new (to us) equipment and a lot of setup. Now, where to put everything…
update: 10/18: We got everything working to the point we can start trying out all the cool new toys! Made a few bread sticks and crackers today.
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