Forever a place for friends and family to come together.
Centrally located between Philadelphia and NYC, The Inn at Fernbrook Farms is nearby to historic and cultural regions including Princeton, Bordentown, and New Hope, PA. The manor house, built in the 1740’s, appointed with antique furniture, features 7 bedrooms, 6 baths, multiple fireplaces, and a billiards table. In addition, the estate has 9 acres of extensive lawns and gardens, an outdoor hearth and a summer house, providing multiple venues for a picturesque wedding.
The farm, preserved forever against future development, also offers scenic views, walking trails throughout 60 acres of forest, creeks, and pond, animal pens for petting, and a historic barn. On this land, over 20 acres of organic vegetable production provides an incredible bounty of food for the Kitchen at Fernbrook. The Inn at Fernbrook Farms is special and will forever be a place for family and friends to come together.
– Lauren N.
From the Kitchen at Fernbrook
At this point in the culinary year, I often stare blankly into my box of CSA farm veggies, hoping that they will speak to me. Praying that their encrusted, monochromatic jackets of soil will somehow peel magically away, revealing glistening ideas as to what to create with them, like Cinderella’s pumpkin carriage. More often than ...»
In our house, pasta is a staple food. As a simple, quick meal, it is a veritable chameleon, changing depending on the herbs and produce I have season to season, or what meats I have in the fridge. Over the years, I have become a master of ragus of all sorts – thick, sultry sauces ...»
As fall approaches, the hearty vegetables begin to appear in farm markets. Sweet potatoes, acorn squash, swiss chard, kale, russets…all are harbingers of cooler air, festive occasions, and rib-sticking cuisine to fill you up and satisfy your soul. This recipe is one of my favorites. It works equally well as a side dish or vegetarian ...»