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Crazy Rooster Farm pastured lamb featured at Lucia's Minneapolis restaurant
Crazy Rooster Farm pastured lamb debuts at Lucia's To Go in Uptown neighborhood of Minneapolis
Featured at Lucia’s To Go, the Crazy Rooster Farm lamb will be served in Lamb Stew with Soft Polenta in the restaurant’s Sunday Night Special, part of a weekly changing menu based on the best of the season. This is the first time Crazy Rooster Farm lamb has been on the menu at a Twin Cities restaurant.
“Whenever I think about a leader in supporting local, sustainable food, I think of Lucia Watson,” said Jeff Rabkin, owner, Crazy Rooster Farm. “It’s a great compliment to have Crazy Rooster lamb served at my favorite Minneapolis restaurant.”
Crazy Rooster Farm pastured lamb is raised on nothing but chemical-free Wisconsin pasture and its mother’s milk with no hormones, antibiotics or genetically modified feed.
Crazy Rooster Farm and Amish Telephone Booth is a Wisconsin permaculture farm located in Buffalo County Wisconsin where it offers permaculture courses; family fun days; and pastured chicken, lamb and beef. It was called a “permaculture Shangri-la” by the New York Times, following the permaculture design certification course it offered in 2010. For more information, visit Crazy Rooster Farm at http://www.crazyroosterfarm.com/