On this episode of the Food About Town podcast, I spent some quality time with Phil Munson from Fisher Hill Farm talking about his life working on the farm. If you haven’t signed up for a CSA yet, you can still do so by visiting Fisher Hill at either the Rochester Public Market, Brighton Market, or the Canandaigua Market.
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We talked for a while about the diversity of the farm, the kinds of foods that bring different crowds, and using all parts of the animal. I’m an unabashed fan of what Phil is doing over at Fisher Hill. I have been buying my chicken, eggs and produce from him for a few years now and I haven’t regretted it since. Even throughout the winter, the stored vegetables kept me buying local as much as possible. Now that spring has sprung, I have been enjoying the new asparagus in my cooking at home.
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