Category Archives: take-out food

Want a Chef Helping to Prepare Your Dinner?

When Lori Pillsbury and Tim Elliott started planning the Farmers Plate and Pantry at 119 West Main Street in Carlton, one of the concepts was to fill a cooler and a freezer with prepared foods that people could purchase to complete … Continue reading

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They Did It!!!

About a month ago I wrote about the Farmers Plate and Pantry under development in Carlton. I wrote again to let you know they had a Kickstarter project underway and today I want to let you know it has been … Continue reading

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How Much Do You Like Local Food?

A couple of weeks ago I told you about Lori Pillsbury and Tim Elliott. They own Mended Fences Farm and are renovating space on Carlton’s Main Street for the Farmers Plate and Pantry. There you will be able to buy … Continue reading

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Three Way Dream Taking Shape in Reality

What’s in a dream? Well, for most people, not much. They fluff the pillow and turn over and start snoring again. But for Lori Pillsbury and Tim Elliott of Mended Fence Farms in Carlton, it’s time for action. Having acquired … Continue reading

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