thinking of blue hill yesterday gave me the urge to write about it of my last april visit. the restaurants is famous for the earthly delicious food and grown organics from its farm at great barrington, massachusetts and stone barns center for food and agriculture, ny. dan barber, chef and owner of the two blue hill restaurants, picks most organic vegetables, grass-fed meats, and fresh milk from his farm and other local farms near by
kris’s braised and roasted fennel over smoked apples and sprinkled w. homemade pancetta ..loved and wanted to have it all by myself! the fennel were sooooooo beautifully roasted..sooooo heavenly sweet..the pancetta helped in balancing the taste
despite the bitter beginning and ending, this journey was heavenly delightful. i find it very thoughtful of one to care of what’s to be put on the table and how each seasonal ingredient gets there..leading and embracing slow food life, which is simply beautiful at blue hill.
there are two locations of blue hill. the original one at stone barns is locating at
630 bedford road, pocantico Hills, westchester (40 mins from the city)
this one i visited is hidden in the greenwich at 75 washington place (near 6th ave.)
for more information, go to http://bluehillfarm.com/