Wendy's Weekly Blog
There's so much going on here at Furnace Falls Farm with weekly Supper Clubs, Cooking Classes and Sunday Social Brunch. Keep informed and follow along so you will never miss out on what we have to offer.
Furnace falls farm family welcomes you to our first official Supper Club, Cooking Class & Sunday Brunch November 3, 4 & 5th
We are happy to report that our Open House this past Sunday was a success and we look forward to getting to know the new members of Friends of Furnace Falls Farm.
We will be kicking off the Harvest Moon Weekend with a 6-course dinner Friday night prepared by Chef Mark Beacock serving up farmhouse homemade pasta with kale pesto, roasted fall harvest vegetables and a tantalizing rack of lamb. He will finish off the meal with a scrumptious salted caramel apple crumble topped with brandy cream.
Saturday morning cooking class will focus on the skills required to make handmade bread, homemade pasta dough, and strudel dough. You will also be instructed on making a tasty harvest salad with a homemade honey lavender vinaigrette. All your hard work will be rewarded with tasting your creations along the way.
Sunday it's a Social Sunday Brunch. Our chefs design the menu using fresh, local products to deliver a delicious, hearty brunch. Eggs Benedict, farmhouse pancakes, smoked trout, salad, and home-fries are just a sampling of the items you could find being served up that day. Become a member of Friends of Furnace Falls Farm so you can register for our Supper Club, Cooking Classes & Sunday Brunch.
Call 613-928-2477 to reserve your spot today.
The Furnace Falls Farm Family Welcomes You!
Local Entrepreneur, Wendy Banks previous recipient of the Premier’s Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence in Leeds & Grenville County, has once again brought another innovative Agri-Food business to fruition. Along with her husband Rick Trudeau and private Investors/Partners, Wendy and the team have developed an inviting space for people to reconnect with life in the country.
Together, with the help of many talented trades people, they have lovingly renovated a nearby farmhouse, appropriately named Furnace Falls Farm after the nearby village (now known as Lyndhurst), that Wendy’s ancestors helped establish. Guests are invited to stay and experience a relaxing farm retreat in one of the beautifully finished rooms, each fully equipped with private, luxurious ensuites.
The stay is only part of the offering since the talented team of Chef Mark Beacock and Chef Karen Marx will provide a chance for guests to dine on first-class farm fresh cuisine always choosing the freshest local ingredients. If that isn’t enough, in-house Chefs will be joined by guest Chefs for Supper Club, cooking classes, food preparation and preservation workshops, seasonal foraging, hands-on garden experience, Sunday brunch and so much more.
Become a Friend of Furnace Falls Farm to reap the membership rewards crafted to entertain, educate and connect farm to fork to family and friends. For more information on Furnace Falls Farm, check out www.furnacefallsfarm.com or call 613-928-2477 to arrange for your private viewing. Follow along on facebook for instant updates www.facebook.com/FurnaceFallsFarm/ The Farm is conveniently located at #504 Old Briar Hill Road across from Wendy’s Country Market.
Stay up to date as Wendy shares what is happening each week at Furnace Falls Farm. She will keep you informed on what Chef Mark and Chef Karen have planned for upcoming meals and cooking classes.