Farm Food Volume 2
This book is currently available for pre-order. We are expecting copies in mid-late June 2018.
When he bought thirteen acres of overgrown land on Vashon Island, Kurt wasn’t thinking about farming. That idea germinated as he restored his 19th century farmhouse and cleared enough land to plant crops and pasture a small herd of Jersey cows, and eventually he sold his Seattle restaurant, Café Septieme, and launched himself into farming full-time. Now he owns a successful dairy farm where he makes award-winning artisan Dinah’s Cheese and fresh ice cream using local ingredients that Amy Ettinger, author of Sweet Spot, called “my perfect scoop of ice cream” in TIME magazine.
Food is about place and most of the meals served on Kurt’s table are the truest sort of local, raised or harvested from the fields, orchards, and greenhouse on his farm’s thirteen acres. Through essays and recipes, Kurt opens a window into life on a small farm.