Archive for 'CHEFS & RESTAURANTS' Category

Foodies & Farmers Fridays

By treatyrockbeef - Last updated: Sunday, February 13, 2011

Hello Farmers Market Friends: The Treaty Rock Farm family was pleased to learn this week that Chef Jon Cambra will be featuring our beef this coming Friday Feb. 18th at his weekly “Foodies and Farmers” program at Castle Hill Inn in Newport, RI.

Want to Win a Gift Certificate to Trio ??

By treatyrockbeef - Last updated: Monday, November 29, 2010

Hello Farmers Market Friends: I want to thank my friend Shannon for standing in at the South Kingstown Farmers Market over the past two weekends while I was flyfishing in upstate NY and then sharing Thanksgiving with my family down in beautiful southern VA.  We are fully stocked with our wonderful 100% grass-fed, dry-aged beef [...]

South Coast Magazine Features Chef Robert Cassi and Treaty Rock Farm Stew Recipe

By admin - Last updated: Tuesday, October 5, 2010

We are pleased to welcome chef Robert Cassi and the Airport Grille in New Bedford to the Treaty Rock Farm family.  Robert takes local food seriously and sources much of his produce and meats from southern New England farms and purveyors.  Hand-crafted, house-made seasonal dishes enjoy signature presentations in his dining room.   An ongoing commitment to traditional foodways made grass-fed, dry-aged beef a [...]

Mews Tavern Spring Special

By treatyrockbeef - Last updated: Thursday, March 4, 2010

This week we had a litte SNAFU at the farm that caused us to lose power in one of our freezers.  About 50 pounds of London broil and top round defrosted and had to be treated as fresh product.  This was actually a blessing in disguise – under duress we sold most of it to [...]

National Award goes to Providence Restaurant

By admin - Last updated: Wednesday, January 27, 2010

We want to thank the chefs who purchase Treaty Rock beef for their menus, making the choice to support local agriculture, animal husbandry and family farms.  Food raised locally and naturally (1) tastes better (2) is better for you and (3) is better for the land upon which we depend for survival.  No restaurant in our area has placed that goal as driving central [...]