Monday, September 21, 2009

Harvest Feast


On Saturday we went to a Harvest Feast organised by Linlithgrow - a local climate challenge project which aims to get people buying and eating local food as well as encouraging growing your own. It was a very well attended event and the food was delicious. The event was held at Bonnytoun Farm, a fantastic estalishment producing local organic and free range meat, fruit vegetables and flowers. Here are some shots from the day.


Preparations for the feast.

James and John having a go in the Welly Throwing competition!



The band played all afternoon. Great stuff!



And the food? Well 3 clean plates and bowls says it all really. John is holding tightly to that glass of farm brewed beer :)


Lots of local apples - James said this was his favourite - he even ate the core!

Time to go home.

3 comments:

Vanessa said...

Glad you had a great time there. We had planned to go but all four of us are rather full of cold and sniffles. We had veg and meat from them before. Very nice!!

Kristine said...

These pictures are great! It is so pretty there. I really love the first picture..you should frame it...

Hope you are doing well..

Kristine

Heather said...

Harvest festivals are just so wonderful, and such a great way to celebrate before we all go indoors for the long winter. Looks like you all had a wonderful time.