A sunny Saturday and the top down. I went out rte 119 to Groton, back to Pepperell and Littleton and then a stop in Concord. Here is a paleo girl's haul of goodies and delights.
John Crown Farm for another free range chicken, a rib eye, some grass fed ground beef, and a lovely bunch of red onions.
Springdell Farm for some of their goat for curry, beef tenderloin for his majesty, he who only likes the tenderest part of the cow, and a few packs of pork chops. I also grabbed one of their punnets of cherries. There is a little sign that says they come from a local gentleman's tree. I bought one last year and I don't think it made it home intact. I spent the ride popping cherry pits along 119 like a crumb trail. This time it made it home and The Stig, as you can see, enjoyed them as well.
Spring Brook Farm for milk for husband, cream, fresh garden peas, a few ears of corn on the cob (yea, not paleo I know, but Native Americans were HUNTERS AND GATHERERS. 1 ear people, I had 1 ear), Cabot cheddar from the wheel for his majesty the cheddar lover, a yellow tomato, eggs and a few zucchini.
Again Stig would like to show you how good the peas were.
Last stop was Concord Fish & Prime for some steaks for the grill and more goat which was absolutely divine. Really people you need to climb aboard the goat train it's delicious and unlike goat cheese can do goat meat does not taste like a goat smells.
Later I'll tell you about the porchetta we did on the spit on Sunday. The Stig was waiting for me to finish.