Good People. Good Food. Good Times.

This year’s annual Market Day took place in Brookfield this past Sunday, hosted by the Floating Bridge Food & Farms Cooperative, of which

Noah Fink with mom & chef Lee Duberman in front of the wood fired oven

we are members. It was a great day from start to finish, despite a few pesky downpours! The market was held in the Old Town Hall, and we were amongst other farms as well as food and lodging businesses selling everything from delicious baked goods to sheep skins to goat milk caramel to honey and maple syrup to the season’s freshest produce and so much more. We were delighted to meet new folks and see so many familiar faces pass through. The day wrapped up in style at Ariel’s Restaurant with a gourmet picnic supper and live music, to boot. Chef Lee Duberman cooked all the food in Richard Fink’s newly debuted wood-fired oven, which he built earlier this summer and was kept cranking for some 36 hours leading up to the event! Supping on the lawn was pretty divine, but when rain hit, we all got cozy inside the restaurant—including the musicians! Truly, what more can one ask out of summer? Good people. Good food.

Good times.