Eat a Truly Farm-to-Table Meal at the Queens County Farm Museum

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Photo: Courtesy Queens County Farm Museum

The Queens County Farm Museum kicks off its Dinner on the Farm series May 7, with supper-club chef Tamara Reynolds (co-author of Forking Fantastic! Put the Party Back in Dinner Party) preparing an $80 BYOB feast. Reynolds doesn't have to go far to get ingredients: She'll source almost everything (including a pig, to be butchered by the Meat Hook's Tom Mylan and turned into slow-roasted porchetta) from the historic farm's fields, barns, pens, and coops and serve it family style in the eighteenth-century farmhouse. For tickets, click here, and read on for the full menu.

Kuku Sabzi- an Iranian New Year Frittata with farm eggs, herbs, rose petals and cinnamon.

Cucumber Yogurt and Pita bread

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Mixed Lettuces and Baby Mustard Greens Salad with Pea Shoots, Radishes and Shallot/Pomegranate Molasses Vinaigrette

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Slow Roasted Italian Porchetta

Baby Fennel and Potatoes Roasted with Olive Oil and Rosemary Baby Turnips and Their Tops in Miso Butter Glaze Baby Beets and Their Tops in Vinaigrette

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Rhubarb Galette with Orange Blossom Whipped Cream