Stepping away from the usual cod and salmon is a way to use your buying power to fuel a more sustainable and interesting aquaculture.
Ouita’s first-ever revolving door was unlocked at 11 a.m. May 3 to whirl in guests for Honeywood’s first day of business. “I’m glad opening day is finally here,” she said. “We’ve done so much practice that our entire staff is ready to cook and serve and mix and pour.” So take a spin through the door and find yourself in a beautiful, welcoming space, with friendly faces ready to share the Honeywood experience.
David Wagoner is the Honeywood staff farmer — he's ours, all ours! — and on Tuesday, he drove his truck from Nicholas County loaded with tender lettuces, greens, baby beets and carrots to make his first official delivery to Honeywood. Ouita, Chef Josh and other staffers were sampling and raving about David's tasty lettuces. David's wife, Arwen, and daughter, Phoebe, helped ferry the Three Springs Farm bushel baskets into our new kitchen. We're getting closer to sharing David's great produce with guests!