After a very busy summer and Labor Day holiday weekend we're taking a short break. The store and kitchen will be back open on Friday 15th September and our hours will change from then. Our new hours (from Sept 15th) will be: Monday-Thursday:      kitchen closed Friday- Saturday:         open 9 am - 5 pm Sunday:                          open 9 am - 4 pm Bread will be available on Saturdays[...]
We were included in the recent picnic feature by And North, a curated guide to upstate New York, alongside other Hudson Valley cooks at Edible Living and Brunette Wine Bar. The introduction to our part of the feature, written by Mimi, is below. You can read it in full at the And North website. Photo by Emma Tuccillo. Rhubarb Cinnamon Polenta Bars from Mimi Beaven of Little Ghent Farm Rhubarb sea[...]
We have been so lucky and are so grateful for all the hard working, talented and creative folks that have helped us on the farm, in the kitchen and with workshops so far on our journey - Jesse, Saundra, Eric, Jess, 'Cornish' Meg, Michael, Robyn, David, Kate, Meg, Maxine, Angelica, Jen and Tricia amongst them. Each and every one has brought something unique to our work and lives during these early [...]
For the latest little feature on people at or connected with our farm we sat down with Andrew ('Chip') Chiappinelli  who is chef-owner at Grazin' Diner in Hudson, NY. Most weeks of the year we supply Animal Welfare Approved eggs produced by our organically-fed hens here at Little Ghent Farm. There's a strong chance, if you have dined at Grazin' recently, that you've enjoyed some of our eggs.   Gra[...]
One-day workshop places now available for Thursday May 18th and Friday 19th. Our good friend and inspiration, David Hieatt, returns to the farm this Spring for two of his very popular workshops: How To Build  A Great Brand With Very Little Money and How A Simple Newsletter can Transform Your Business. These workshops consistently sell out in London and Wales and we’re very happy to welcome David [...]
Photo: Alissa Hessler A while back husband and wife team Alissa and Jacob Hessler came to visit Little Ghent farm from their home base in Maine. Over the past few years, Alissa has been working on finding, connecting with and photographing a network of creative people who decided to leave their urban existences behind and move to the country just as they had done (from Seattle to Coastal Maine)[...]
"Who was your architect?", "who was your builder?" Aside from "is there any bread today?" these are two of the most frequently asked questions here at Little Ghent Farm.  Some visitors have barely left their cars and these words, or a variation of them, are spilling out. In this post we have asked Neil, Adam and Bill to share with us some of their thoughts.  By way of background, the farm has b[...]
Sue Decker is the farmer at Blue Star Farm in Stuyvesant and Kinderhook, NY. We started buying vegetables from Sue before we had our farm, while we were weekenders when we shopped at Hudson farmers' market. We now buy many of our vegetables from Sue throughout the year for the farm kitchen. The vegetables Sue and her team grow are really delicious and we're constantly amazed and grateful about how[...]
Ironwood Farm, just a few miles from us, is one of the two farms we buy most of our produce from for our farm kitchen here at Little Ghent Farm. We really appreciate that they are a new business like us and being able to support their efforts by buying their product is important to us. Mostly though we buy their product because it is wonderful and delicious. As a family we subscribe to Ironwood's [...]
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Mimi has been involved with Perfect Ten for a number of years and we are very happy to be hosting a fundraiser for them. The Hudson area has received a lot of press recently about being a wonderful place to visit or live which, of course, it is. We all know that, however, Hudson also has challenges. Some of Hudson’s youth are on the 'front line' facing headwinds at school, at home and in the comm[...]