Bill of Fare: Brick Farm Market serve...

Bill of Fare: Brick Farm Market serves homestyle food with locally grown ingredients

There are 1 comment on the The Jersey Journal story from Jan 31, 2014, titled Bill of Fare: Brick Farm Market serves homestyle food with locally grown ingredients. In it, The Jersey Journal reports that:

When Jon and Robin McConaughy bought Double Brook Farm in Hopewell Township, they set out to raise food for their family.

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Wayne

Richmond, IN

#1 Jan 31, 2014
This article does not do Brick Farm justice... They have an unparalleled selection of local cheeses, which Iíve been sampling since they opened. There is a butcher counter with all fresh cuts and delicious grass fed beef and great bacon. They also have an interesting collection of local and organic seasonal products and available ready-made fresh food you can pick up for easy dinners. A very unique place that I find myself in just about every week and Iím constantly trying something new.

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