Enjoy a hot and hearty sandwich for lunch, griddled until toasty or piled high with pastrami, grilled steak, cheese, or roasted vegetables. Choose from Reubens, slow-cooker pulled pork, sloppy joes, cheesesteak, Monte Cristos, eggplant parmesan, and much more.
A simple swap is all it takes to reimagine panzanella. This Italian summer salad usually features cubes of day-old rustic bread and tomatoes, tossed with basil leaves and a simple vinaigrette. But slices of ripe, juicy peaches in place of, or in addition to, the tomatoes bring a different (but entirely welcome) sweetness to the mix.
At the Wyebrook Cafe, burgers are served with French fries cooked in lard from the farm. To make your own fries, see our favorite recipe. If you can't find beef fat (also called suet or tallow) at a supermarket, ask your local butcher. Keep the beef, bacon, and fat cold (firm) until ready to use for the easiest grinding.