We are very excited to open our doors and welcome all of you to the kitchen at Wright-Locke Farm! We can’t want to see you and get cooking! Below you will find more information about public events.
If you are looking for information on our Farm-to-Table suppers, please see our Farm-to-Table Suppers Page.
Afternoon Tea on the Farm
Is there anything better than a Sunday spent relaxing in the company of those you love with a nice glass of tea and a stack of delicious little nibbles? Chek back for date announcements.
More information and registration coming soon.
Meet Our Farm Chef, Kelcy!
Hello Everyone! It is with great pleasure and honor that I introduce myself as the Farm Chef and Kitchen Manager for the Wright-Locke Farm All Seasons Barn! I am so grateful to be apart of this amazing farm and working with some seriously passionate people.
Accepting this job has been a 10-year journey for me… To read more and get a delicious dessert recipe, click here!
To stay up to date with everything I am up to on the farm check out Kelcy’s Corner below!
Happy cooking, friends!
You never know where a coffee shop conversation will take you.
This past weekend I was enjoying some coffee when a woman came by to pet my pup, Lilly. We started talking and, no surprise, the conversation turned to food and culture. Born in India, Soumita was quick to start talking about the food of her country and as soon as I shared with her that I was planning on making Saag Paneer that evening for dinner, she lit up! We started discussing cooking methods, how to make different Indian breads and then moved on to the subject of the paneer. For those who don’t know, Paneer is an Indian cheese that has a very low melting point and is perfect for soaking up all the yummy flavors of whatever sauce you throw it in. Soumita was kind enough to share with me the perfect method for making sure your paneer is the best it can possibly be; soak the paneer in warm salt water for 5-7 minutes to soften it up and then give it a quick fry to caramelize the sugars before tossing it into your sauce. It is sure to absorb the flavors that much more and, in her own words, “everything comes back to life in water.” I, for one, am super excited to try out this new cooking method and am so grateful to Soumita for sharing her wisdom.
Happy cooking friends!
~ Chef Kelcy