Wisconsin to Table: The Little Farmer LLC
02 Nov, 2018
We’re featuring cranberry jalapeño jam, from The Little Farmer LLC, in November’s Wisconsin to Table dish.
The land The Little Farmer is on was purchased back in 1866 by Louis Beyer. The Beyer’s farm was traditional with dairy cows and crops and in 1890 a few apple trees were planted. One of Charles’ sons, Emil, and his wife Evelyn, took over the farm in 1946. By this time, apples were the main crop. Their daughter, Linda Struye, continued the family tradition when taking over the family orchard in 1972. Today, she continues to provide her customers with the experience of her childhood days on a rural farm. The Little Farmer allows its customers to go through the fields to pick their own apples and pumpkins. They sell home-made pies, jams, jellies, local honey and bee’s wax, Wisconsin maple syrup, and a plethora of other home-made products and snacks.
The dish is cranberry jalapeño BBQ sauced scallops with spring blend rice and the vegetable of the day. You can try this dish from now until December 1, 2018.
Grey Rock is open for dinner Thursday through Saturday from 5 to 10 p.m. The piano bar opens at 4:30 p.m. and features live entertainment every Saturday from 7 to 10 p.m. Be sure to check out our Grey Rock #HappyHour every Thursday and Friday from 4:30 – 6:30 PM that features a specialty charity drink by Bernie the Bartender. A portion of the proceeds from this month’s charity drink will be donated to a local charity. Make your reservations online or call 920.294.3344.