Taste of the Country With Danielle French
Dear Friends & Neighbors,
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As I kicked back in the evening with a cup of herbal tea and ready to select from the menu of Netflix, “Taste of the Country” grabbed my attention. For the next few hours, I was quite impressed by Danielle French, the owner and creator of South Pond Farms, gathering people around the table to enjoy local food and foster connections with agriculture, nature, and each other.
“I am committed to bringing people together to experience the land and enjoy authentic food from the farm and local area. We provide our unique farm setting for weddings, social gatherings and corporate events. Respect for the land and the highest quality food are the threads woven through all the experiences that I create.” ~Danielle French~
Ms. French moved from city to the country at South Pond Farms, Ontario, with her four daughters about ten years ago. This beautiful hidden gem nestled in the Bethany Hills in Southern Ontario, is now hosting many weddings, supper club events, concerts, corporate gatherings, special events, using fresh locally grown food, herbs, flowers, and plants, and everything made from scratch.
Below, are links of SouthPond Farms:
- Episode 1 Trailer for website
- Episode 2 Trailer for website
- South Pond Supper Club
- Chris & Charlene’s Wedding-September 5, 2014
- Ilana & Josh-Jewish Wedding South Pond Farms
- Taste of the Country Episode 5
- Danielle’s French Countryside Dinner Party
- Taste of the Country Episode 9
- Taste of the Country Episode 10
The Taste of the Country series at Netflix does not only serve as a wonderful recreation footage of delicious and freshly cooked food enjoyed by relaxing people, but also as an informative series for those who are currently running and/or will be considering to run any farm-to-table establishment any where. I will look forward to some Central Floridian farm-to-table establishments picking up some ideas such as supper club, dinner and concert, etc., from this series, with a subtropical twist.
Gathered, written, and posted by Windermere Sun-Susan Sun Nunamaker
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