Thursday, August 6, 2009

Eating Dinner Out with a Little Foodie

From farm to table Woodberry Kitchen features the seasonal best from local growers and emphasizes organic meats and sustainable agriculture. Our goal is to nourish and delight our guests with cooking grounded in the traditions and ingredients of the Chesapeake region.

As a family we do not eat out often but when we do we make sure we go to a good restaurant that offers real food for kids and not just chicken nuggets. For my birthday we went to the most wonderful restaurant, Woodberry Kitchen! Woodberry Kitchen uses local and organic produce/meats and they have an amazing menu. As a starter we had potato chips and dip but not just any chips/dip we had homemade potato chips with a smoked onion dip, Little Foodie enjoyed the dip so much that she wanted us to ask for the recipe so we could make it at home. We also shared a yummy salad with spinach, peaches, goat cheese and a maple dressing. For dinner Little Foodies had a grilled cheese sandwich made on the most glorious bread and a salad with chunky carrots that she really enjoyed. My hubby had a soft crab sandwich on homemade bread with a pablano chile salsa and fries and I had suckling pig with delicious creamed corn, not the corn from a can but yummy sweet corn with real cream. For dessert we shared homemade chocolate pudding with homemade whipped cream and a piece of flourless chocolate cake with homemade vanilla ice cream. Needless to say we all left very full and very happy!

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