Friday, July 20, 2012

Johnson's Farm - Orange, MA

We actually stopped here twice, Kari and I for dinner, and then Kari, Paul and I for breakfast.  The dinner was spur of the moment, so no pictures or a lot of detail, but it was quite good - Kari had a great salmon dish which is good because sometimes salmon can be hit or miss.  We knew Johnson's would do it right.

For breakfast, Kari and Paul had the same thing (bad bloggers!)  It was the Maple Walnut Blueberry Pancakes with BACON.  Their bacon is always awesome, fresh, thick and meaty.  The pancakes were thick and fresh, very good with their homemade maple syrup.  We gave them a 4.25

I had the Eggs Benedict, which I've reviewed before.  The Hollandaise was again delicious, with an herby flavor on top of the tart, buttery flavor.  The eggs were cooked perfectly!  They scored a 4.5 this time.

We never miss stopping here when we're in Orange.  There a little off the beaten path but their only 1.3 miles from 2A on Wheeler Ave (they have a tiny sign at the intersection.)

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