Thursday, February 5, 2009

First Saturday Breakfast at Farm Kitchen

Do you like organic food? Love the country-side? Like making new friends? Then you should definitely make a trip out to Farm Kitchen located in Poulsbo, WA. Farm Kitchen is an eighteen acre organic farm which offers the First Saturday of the Month Breakfast. Treat the family to a short ferry ride and drive out to Farm Kitchen and you'll be treated to an organic, farm fresh breakfast!

The First Saturday Breakfast is Year round.

Each month Farm Kitchen offers a Featured Breakfast for $9.75 and a selection of side orders from $3 - $5 each.

No reservations are needed. Breakfast is served between 8:00 am to Noon.

A previous menu from a First Saturday Breakfast included: Scrambled Eggs, Thick cut Bacon, Roasted Potatoes, Orange Cranberry Scone, Fresh Fruit. You can also try one of their many fresh pastries: Cinnamon Rolls, Cherry Danish, Orange Cranberry Scones, Yummy Orange Rolls Hollis's Original 8-Grain Pullaparts, Pecan Sticky Buns and many others!

Farm Kitchen is owned by Hollis Fay and Anne Thatcher. According to their website, they "created Farm Kitchen to be a place where events are celebrated in a gracious country setting with friends and great food."

Do yourself and your friends and family a favor and head on out to Farm Kitchen for a wonderful breakfast experience.

You can find out more information about Farm Kitchen, First Saturday Breakfast and their other events at their website at

Quaker True Delights

I joined a foodie community website a few months ago called It's a great website for anyone interested in food, recipes, restaurants and food products. You can share your ideas, reviews, photos and blogs with thousands of other foodies all over the world. One of the cool perks of being a Foodbuzz member is receiving free samples of new food products. Just the other week I received some samples of the new Quaker True Delights bars.
The Quaker True Delights bars come in three flavors: Honey Roasted Cashew Mixed Berry, Dark Chocolate Raspberry Almond, and Toasted Coconut Banana Macadamia Nut. I received two bars of each so I shared them with my boyfriend. We first tried the Dark Chocolate Raspberry Almond. We both liked this bar. It has a lot of dark chocolate throughout the bar and the raspberry was quite tasty. The next bar we sampled was the Toasted Coconut Banana Macadamia Nut. This was probalby our least favorite of the three. On its own, the bar is okay, but compared to the two other flavors it definitely comes in third. The last bar we sampled was the Honey Roasted Cashew Mixed Berry. This was our favorite. I'm a big fan of honey, so that paired with the cashews and mixed berries definitely made this the best tasting bar. I would buy a box of these the next time I go grocery shopping.
You can check out the Quaker True Delights bars at their website and request a free sample. If you're a foodie, like to cook, or like eating out at restaurants you should check out