Monday, July 15, 2019

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the first Field to Fork dinner last Wednesday, July 10th, with Jeffrey A. Miller Catering. It was a wonderful evening. View the full photo album from Kelli Wilke Photography on our Facebook page. 
This week's dinner with Terrain Garden Cafe is sold out but join us for one of our other dinners this season. The link is below to click and peruse our other offerings for this season!


FIELD TO FORK DINNER
Wednesday, July 17, 2019

family style

flower pot bread
smoked agave sweet corn whipped butter

watermelon + sunflower sprout salad
doe run cheese, husk cherry sichuan peppercorn gastrique


SECOND COURSE
family style

sumac jerk chicken
wilted kale, charred peppers, heirloom tomato, red candy onions

seafood boil
prawns, blue cobia, middleneck clams, Canadian blue mussels,
sweet corn, onion, green beans

fresh green bean salad
green, yellow, lima, local herbs

local andouille sausage

DESSERT

grilled peaches + cornbread
almond brittle ice cream

Monday, July 8, 2019



Tickets are $125 each (*plus $3 convenience fee through PayPal)
Purchase tickets online or at the farm stand. Join us for another wonderful evening of food and music!


Saturday, July 6, 2019

July 10, 2019 Field to Fork Dinner Menu
 Jeffrey A. Miller Catering

WELCOME REFRESHMENT
Flavored Herb Water with Watermelon, Cucumber, Citrus

PASSED HORS D'OEUVRES
Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes
Compressed Watermelon with Pernod Chevre & Mint
Cucumber Wrapped in Prosciutto
Corn Fritters with Chorizo
Cantaloupe with Lime-Chili Dipping Salt

BREAD 
Parker House Rolls with Herb Butter

SALAD 
Chilled Corn & Buttermilk Soup with Peach Relish & Torn Brioche Croutons

ENTREE 
Peruvian Style Rotisserie Chicken with Green & Yellow Pepper Sauces
Salt & Vinegar Roasted Fingerling Potatoes
Summer Corn Salad with Cotija
Charred Green & Yellow String Beans with Garden Pesto
Salad of Cucumbers, Mint, & Scallions

DESSERT
Blueberry Lemon Clafoutis

COFFEE STATION
Cold Brew Coffee in Mason Jars



Friday, July 5, 2019

The SIW Vegetable Stand at Winterthur will be open beginning this Thursday, July 11th 

Open 1-5 pm Thursdays Only

We have a tent set up right next to the museum store. Here you will find many of the same kinds of delectable fruits and vegetables at the farm stand in Chadds Ford. It's a mini-SIW right at the museum! We also carry HG's Tomato Sauce, Heirloom Tomato Sauce, Angry Ketchup, Very Angry Ketchup, Regular Ketchup, Pumpkin and Raspberry Butters.

Address & Phone 
5105 Kennett Pike
Winterthur, DE 19735
800-448-3883

Please Note:
Our 'ban the bag' program extends to our satellite farm stands at Winterthur and Richardson's. In our efforts to go reflect the farm's culture of loving the environment and helping to save our beautiful planet, we are banning all plastic bags. You may bring your own reusable bags or baskets. We will also be selling reusable bags for $1.25 which you can return for a full refund!






Monday, July 1, 2019

The SIW Veggie stand at Richardson's in Hockessin is now OPEN!


Address & Phone Number: 
644 Yorklyn Rd, Hockessin, DE 19707

A special thank you to Tyler Richardson for partnering with us to help bring SIW Veggies to the masses at Richardson's in Hockessin! 


**Prices are the same at both the Farmstand and Richardson's**
The stand that will be set up at Richardson's is a "mini" version of our original farmstand in Chadd's Ford! For the full experience take a ride down to SIW Veggies (4317 South Creek Rd, Chadds Ford, PA) to check out the stand chock-full of fruits, veggies, homemade goods & more!

For any questions please email siwveggies@gmail.com

Saturday, June 29, 2019

We are Less Than 2 Weeks Away from Kicking Off Our 2019 
Field to Fork Dinner Series!
 Jeffrey A. Miller from JAM Catering in Philadelphia
will be the first guest chef of the 
Field to Fork Dinner 2019 season on July 10th!

Jeffrey A. Miller Catering started in 1980 as a brunch-in-bed school project by founder Jeff Miller, then a sophomore at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. While studying entrepreneurship during the school year, Jeff used his summers to train in some of the best kitchens in the world, working in New York, London, and a Michelin three-starred restaurant in the south of France.
The creativity in presentation, emphasis on freshness, and attention to detail that made these restaurants great is what inspired Jeff to try to reinvent catering, abandoning an old style of boring, cookie-cutter banquet food in favor of vibrant culinary offerings with flavors from around the world. Although what started as a one-man band is today a thriving organization, this spirit of innovation continues to guide our kitchen and all aspects of the JAM experience.
 Sign Up Here for the July 10th Dinner with Jeffrey Miller

To read more about this interesting chef, please follow the links below:





To follow him on social media or on his website:

@JeffreyMillerCatering



Saturday, June 15, 2019

The Farmstand is Open!

Today is the day! 

Our farmstand is officially open for the season and we're so excited to provide you with delicious fruits, veggies and other goodies all summer long through October 31st!
We hope to see all of our friends again this year and meet some new ones too.

Our hours of operation are 9AM to 6PM, 7 days a week including July 4th and Labor Day.



For any questions please feel free to email or call us.
p. 610-388-7491
e. siwveggies@gmail.com

**Reminder that CSA members receive a 10% discount on farm stand purchases. This cannot be combined with any other coupons/offers. 

Friday, June 14, 2019

BAN THE BAG!





SIW Vegetables is BANNING THE BAG!

In our great efforts of going green and reflecting the farm’s culture of loving the environment & helping save our beautiful planet, SIW Veggies has decided to BAN all plastic bags at the farm!

-       The single use plastic bags pollute our landfills, road sides and oceans while requiring a lot of energy to produce. The average, useful life of each plastic bag is only around 12 minutes.
-       Plastic bags DO NOT DECOMPOSE. Because of their very resistant & synthetic polymers, they may take up to 1,000 YEARS or NEVER until they completely degrade in natural environments.

This is a ban on single use plastic bags. Moving forward as the season begins, we will replace plastic bags with biodegradable bags that you can toss in a compost bucket or trash at home. You may bring your own reusable bags or baskets when shopping at the farm stand. We will also be selling reusable bags for $1.25 at the stand for you to use which can be returned for a FULL refund.

Note: We will have a collection bin for those who wish to donate their unwanted reusable or canvas bags (absolutely NO plastic bags) for the taking. A neighborly way to help those that may forget their own bags.